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function noindex = recursiveCol(arr,index) %Given a matrix of doubles and an index, write a function recursiveCol %that finds the sum of all of the elements in the specified column. Your %function should then delete specified column. If that sum is a valid %column index for the new, smaller matrix, then make another call to %recursiveCol using the new matrix and the sum as inputs. (The validity %of the new index has everything to do with the number of columns in the %smaller matrix.) The index will always be an integer, but it may not %be positive. %The function should terminate when the sum of the current column is not %a valid index for the new, smaller matrix. The function should return %every valid index that was found in the order that they were found. If %the original given index is invalid, the result should be an empty
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Unformatted text preview: %vector. [r c] = size(arr); %finds the dimensions of the array of numbers if index > c | index <= 0 %terminating condition; if the specified index is greater than the number of columns, then the %result will be an empty vector noindex = ; %empty vector result elseif index > 0 & index <= c %condition to check if the index is greater than 0 (the vector doesn't %exist) and less than or equal to the number of columns total = sum(arr(:,index)); %finds the total sum of the specified column arr(:,index) = ; %eliminates the column that the sum was found noindex = [index recursiveCol(arr,total)]; %clones the original function and concatenates it with the original %index value end end...
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course CS 1371 taught by Professor Stallworth during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Tech.

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