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how can i add each element in array to a fixed matrix

Asked by Arjan on 12 Apr 2013

I have a complex array A(3x1) and Iwant to add each element to each of entry of the complex matrix M (4x4), but without changing the size of the original matrix M(4x4):

A = [1+1i;2+2i;3+3i];

M= [1+1i 2+2i 3+3i 4+4i;2+2i 3+3i 4+4i 3+3i;5+5i 2+2i 3+3i 1+1i;3+3i 4+3i 2+1i 4+2i];

how can i do it ? thanks in advance

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Jan Simon on 12 Apr 2013

While the complexity of the values does not matter for the method, it is not clear what you expect as output.

Arjan on 12 Apr 2013

Hi Jan, Actually I want each element in the array A(3x1) to added to all the element in the matrix, therefore the result should be 3 new matrix for each element. for example :

A(1+1i) + M (4x4) = M1(4x4) % 1 new matrix

A(2+2i) + M (4x4) = M2(4x4) % 2 new matrix

A(3+3i) + M (4x4) = M3(4x4) % 3 new matrix

BR

Arjan

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Answer by Andrei Bobrov on 12 Apr 2013
Edited by Andrei Bobrov on 12 Apr 2013
out = bsxfun(@plus,M,reshape(A,1,1,[]));
M0 = num2cell(out,[1 2]);
[M1,M2,M3] = M0{:};

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