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Cartesian product of sets

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MATLAB live scripts support most MuPAD functionality, though there are some differences. For more information, see Convert MuPAD Notebooks to MATLAB Live Scripts.


solvelib::cartesianProduct(S, …)


solvelib::cartesianProduct(S,...) returns the cartesian product of its arguments.

The arguments may be sets of any type, consisting of complex numbers; the result is a set that consists of vectors, or a symbolic call to solvelib::cartesianProduct. See solve for an overview of the different kinds of sets in MuPAD®.


Example 1

For finite sets, the result is similar to that of combinat::cartesianProduct but consists of vectors and not of lists:

S:= solvelib::cartesianProduct({1, 2}, {3, 4})


delete S:

Example 2

For infinite sets, results of various types are possible, e.g., solvelib::VectorImageSet or solvelib::cartesianPower:

solvelib::cartesianProduct(R_, R_)

solvelib::cartesianProduct(PI*Z_, Z_)



Set of complex numbers

Return Values


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