Asked by Light
on 8 Jun 2013

How can i give difference to number by '

S

S'

S''

And i will use it in next calculation.

U=S+1

U'=S'+2

P=S''+5 ....etc

But error message appeared

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Answer by Matt J
on 8 Jun 2013

Edited by Matt J
on 8 Jun 2013

You haven't shown your error (or the code that generates it), so I have to guess what you are doing, but you cannot include non-alphanumeric characters other than underscores in the names of variables.

In any case, to solve a linear system of equations, you wouldn't define different variables. You would write the equations in matrix-vector form

A*x=b

and solve via

x=A\b

This is MATLAB, after all!

Light
on 8 Jun 2013

I'm a electrical engineering student. I need different variables.

dQ(max(negcolumn))=dx(max(negcolumn))*U(max(negcolumn)).^2*10.^-6; S'(max(negcolumn))=S(max(negcolumn))-dQ(max(negcolumn))*1i; S''(max(onerow))=S'(max(negcolumn))+S(max(onerow));

S is changed in everystep.

And S' is used in next step

dU01'=(real(S')*real(R01)+imag(S')*imag(R01))./U0/1000; dU01''=(real(S')*imag(R01)-imag(S')*real(R01))./U0/1000; U01t=sqrt((U0-dU01').^2+dU01''.^2);

If S S' S'' is only defined by S i can't get real S' value. Is it impossible in MATLAB??

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