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Basic concepts and definitions
Summation convention and index notation
meaning v = vi i i .
v = vi ii,
T = Tij iiij,
meaning T = Tij i ii j .
i =1 j =1
v = [v] = [v x , v y , v z ]
2. BASIC CONCEPTS
CM deals with continuum properties.
Continuum properties continuous single-valued functions of
space and time.
(density, displacement, velocity, )
Field theory deals with such functions.
The field F
Biomedical Signals and Images
14 z12 z2+ z 3
N = [ 1 -1]; %Numerator coefficients
D = [1 -4 -2 1]; %Denominator Coefficients
W = [ -pi : (pi/150) : pi]; 0requency range
freqz(N,D,W); %plotting the frequency response of the
function x = plotsinusoid(f,a,startT,endT,step); %create a function with input parameters
frequency,amplitude,start time, end time, step
t = [startT:step:endT];
0efine the time in seconds a vector beginning at 'startT'
increasing in step
Plotting histograms for each features to distinguish difference (if any) between those with and
% Partition data into training and test class and features
trainclass =classes(1:300); 0ist 300 values in classes column
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN
Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS) Singapore
CROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENT (BMGT2004S)
BBS26 FT Singapore
Copyright March 2017
Author: Jacob Eisenberg (2017)
This manual was prepared for University College Dublin as a c