Vertically concatenate multiple fi
objects
c = vertcat(a,b,...)
[a; b; ...]
[a;b]
c = vertcat(a,b,...)
is called for the
syntax [a; b; ...]
when any of a
, b
, ...
,
is a fi
object.
[a;b]
is the vertical concatenation of
matrices a
and b
. a
and b
must
have the same number of columns. Any number of matrices can be concatenated
within one pair of brackets. N-D arrays are vertically concatenated
along the first dimension. The remaining dimensions must match.
Horizontal and vertical concatenation can be combined, as in [1
2;3 4
].
[a b; c]
is allowed if the number of rows
of a
equals the number of rows of b
,
and if the number of columns of a
plus the number
of columns of b
equals the number of columns of c
.
The matrices in a concatenation expression can themselves be
formed via a concatenation, as in [a b;[c d]]
.
Note
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