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Matrix Operators In MatLab®(Illustrated Expression)

In this article on Mechanical Base, you will find various matrix operators that you can manage the matrix elements in Matlab® according to your requirements. If you know the below operatör rules in Matlab® coding, it will be vital in your advanced mathematical coding Matlab® in the future.

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Matrix Operators And Their Descriptions In Matlab®

a(:); This code creates a vector that includes a successively aligned row of “a” matrix elements.

a(:, i); The “j” row of the matrix “a” will be indexed in Matlab®.

a(j,:); The “j” column of the matrix “a” will be indexed in Matlab®.

a(:,[i j]); The “j” and “i” rows of the matrix “a” will be indexed in Matlab®.

a([i j],:); The “j” and “i” columns of the matrix “a” will be indexed in Matlab®.

e=a:b:n; An “e” matrix that will be created that has (a, a+b, a+2b,…,n) elements.

length(a); The row number of matrix “a” will be indexed.

[m,n]=size(a); The row and column number of the matrix “a” will be indexed to “m” and “n” variables.

max(a); The biggest element of the matrix “a” will be indexed in Matlab®.

min(a); The smallest element of the matrix “a” will be indexed in Matlab®.

[m, i]=max(a); It indexes the biggest element a column vector “a” to “m”, and indexes its row number to “i” in Matlab®.

[m, i]=min(a); It indexes the smallest element a column vector “a” to “m”, and indexes its row number to “i” in Matlab®.

sort(a); The elements of the matrix “a” will be sorted from biggest to smallest.

a(:,i)=[]; It will delete the “i” column of matrix “a”.

an (i,:)=[]; It will delete the “i” row of the matrix “a”.

Conclusion

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