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question about matrix interleavers??

Asked by mary on 26 May 2013

how to interleave a matrix and deinterleave it?? so it gets back to its original state?

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the cyclist on 26 May 2013

I suggest you give more detail and/or a small example of what you mean. I, for one, don't understand specifically what you mean by "interleave".

mary on 26 May 2013

interleaver: it rearrange or reshape the matrix deinterleaver : it restores the original arrangement of the maatrix

Image Analyst on 26 May 2013

That's no answer.

mary

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Answer by Azzi Abdelmalek on 26 May 2013
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you can use reshape function. give an example of matrices you want to interleave

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Azzi Abdelmalek on 26 May 2013

How do you want to change it?

Azzi Abdelmalek on 26 May 2013

There are many function to change your matrix

flipud
fliplr
rot90
circshift
mary on 26 May 2013

i will try these .. thank you indeed

Azzi Abdelmalek
Answer by Image Analyst on 26 May 2013

Not sure what you mean, but here's one way/interpretation:

m1 = magic(6)
m2 = ones(10, 6)
columns = size(m1, 2)
m1Rows = size(m1, 1)
m2Rows = size(m2, 1)
m3 = zeros(m1Rows+m2Rows, columns);
% Interleave.  If there's any difference in the number of rows,
% the mismatching rows will be zero.
% You could handle that differently if you want to,
% for example, just append the remaining rows
% of the taller array.
for row = 1 : max([m1Rows, m2Rows])
	m3Row = 2 * (row-1)+1;
	if row <= m1Rows
		m3(m3Row, :) = m1(row, :);
	end
	if row <= m2Rows
		m3(m3Row+1, :) = m2(row, :);
	end
end
m3

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