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Unformatted text preview: Addition Scalar multiplication Transposition Matrix multiplication Matrix Multiplication • Defined when inner dimensions are same 11 • Determinant • Inverse of a Matrix 12 13 Approach • Analyze, understand, have general idea of how you would solve the problem (approach) • Perform derivations necessary for numerical solution of the problem • Write MATLAB program(s) (script, functions, etc.) to solve problem numerically • Test your program using analytical 14 15 16 Chapter4 17 MATLAB CODE 18 Chapter4 19 4.5 In a fashion similar to Prob. 4.4, develop your own Mfile to determine the smallest positive real number used in MATLAB. Base your algorithm on the notion that your com puter will be unable to reliably distinguish between zero and a quantity that is smaller than this number. Note that the result you obtain will differ from the value computed with realmin. Challenge question: Investigate the results by taking the base2 logarithm of the number generated by your code and those obtained with realmin. MATLAB CODE 20 LAB ASSIGNMENT 21 22 23...
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 Spring '11
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 Biomedical Engineering, Numerical Analysis, step size, BME 113L Introduction

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