Hessian matrix of a scalar function
This functionality does not run in MATLAB.
hessian(f, x) computes the Hesse matrix (the
Hessian) of the scalar function
Cartesian coordinates, i.e., the square matrix of second partial derivatives
The Hessian of the function f(x, y, z) = x y + 2 x z is the following matrix:
delete x, y, z: hessian(x*y + 2*z*x, [x, y, z])
An arithmetical expression (the scalar function)
A list of (indexed) identifiers
Matrix of the domain
For a function , X a subset of , the p×p matrix
is called the Hesse matrix of f.