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Asked by PK
on 23 Oct 2012

is there a chance to multiply this way rand(1,10)*rand(10,100) but the way of calculation is each singe element of 1x10 mtx should multiply entire row of 10x100 mtx

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Answer by Andrei Bobrov
on 23 Oct 2012

a = rand(1,10); b = rand(10,100);

out = bsxfun(@times,a.',b);

Answer by Jan Simon
on 23 Oct 2012

Edited by Jan Simon
on 23 Oct 2012

While I'd prefer BSXFUN as Andrei has posted already, there is an alternative:

a = rand(10,1); % Transposed! b = rand(10,100); R = a(:, ones(1, 100)) .* b;

Time measurements seems like the ONES is not created explicitely, such that this is more efficient than it looks like.

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