Problem Set 1 - Problem Set#1 Matlab Basics x=0:0.01:10...

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Problem Set #1: Matlab Basics x=0:0.01:10; - This colon operator specifies a whole series of values by specifying the first value in the series, the stepping increments, and the last value in the series. In this example (0) is the first value in the series, (0.01) is the stepping increment, and (10) is the last value in the series. A(:,4)=7; - This colon operator is used for selecting parts of matrices. In this example (A) represents the array, (4) represents the column number within the array, and (7) is what will replace all the numbers in column 4. 1.1 %PROGRAM test1.m % %This program solves problem 1.1 in Chapman (2008) % %Alix Boes %Spring 2011 >>x=0:0.1:10; >>y=2*exp(-0.2*x); >>plot(x,y)
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1.3 >>lookfor logarithm logspace - Logarithmically spaced vector. log - Natural logarithm. log10 - Common (base 10) logarithm. log2 - Base 2 logarithm and dissect floating point number. reallog - Real logarithm. betaln - Logarithm of beta function. gammaln - Logarithm of gamma function. logm - Matrix logarithm. utScaledLogm - Matrix logarithm with pre-scaling. logsig - Logarithmic sigmoid transfer function. sbiologf - Logarithm to a specified base.
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