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courseproject_test - function courseproject_test f %In this...

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Unformatted text preview: function courseproject_test f %In this step I import the file containing the data (data.txt), assigning %the time vector to the variable time, and the concentraion vector to the %variable c. Next I convert the time from minutes to seconds. I compute %the length of the c vector and then divide by 101 (the number of required %points after thinning), this gives me the interval that i need to extract %the new data. The tnew and cnew values are globalized so that they can %later be used in the cost function. % global tnew cnew g data = load('data.txt'); d time = data(:,1); t time = time.*60; t c = data(:,2); c L = length(c); L interval = L/101; i %-------------------------------------------------------------------------- %Thinning Step %Sets up 2 for loops, one that takes every 35th (the interval value) data %point in c and assigns it to cnew (the new, thinned concentration %vector). The second for loop does the same thing to the time vector % r = 1; r for i = 1:round(interval):L cnew(r,1) = c(i,1); r = r + 1; end e r = 1; r for i = 1:round(interval):L tnew(r,1) = time(i,1); r = r + 1; end e %--------------------------------------------------------------------------...
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course EGM 3344 taught by Professor Raphaelhaftka during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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