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Subject: Find quantity of number changes in a vector From: quintessod@googlemail.com Date: 24 Mar, 2009 19:48:08 Message: 1 of 10 
Hi, 
Subject: Find quantity of number changes in a vector From: us Date: 24 Mar, 2009 19:53:01 Message: 2 of 10 
quintessod@googlemail.com 
Subject: Find quantity of number changes in a vector From: Roger Stafford Date: 24 Mar, 2009 19:55:02 Message: 3 of 10 
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Subject: Find quantity of number changes in a vector From: Roger Stafford Date: 24 Mar, 2009 20:55:03 Message: 4 of 10 
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Subject: Find quantity of number changes in a vector From: quintessod@googlemail.com Date: 24 Mar, 2009 23:52:09 Message: 5 of 10 
On 24 Mar, 20:55, "Roger Stafford" 
Subject: Find quantity of number changes in a vector From: andywocky@gmail.com Date: 24 Mar, 2009 23:55:09 Message: 6 of 10 
On Mar 24, 3:48=A0pm, quintes...@googlemail.com wrote: 
Subject: Find quantity of number changes in a vector From: Roger Stafford Date: 25 Mar, 2009 01:58:02 Message: 7 of 10 
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Subject: Find quantity of number changes in a vector From: Matt Fig Date: 25 Mar, 2009 02:50:02 Message: 8 of 10 
It seems to me that the sum solution could give false results depending on what exactly the vector to be examined looked like. We are only given one example, which has elements on 
Subject: Find quantity of number changes in a vector From: us Date: 25 Mar, 2009 05:59:03 Message: 9 of 10 
"Matt Fig" 
Subject: Find quantity of number changes in a vector From: Matt Fig Date: 25 Mar, 2009 06:07:11 Message: 10 of 10 
"us " <us@neurol.unizh.ch> wrote in message <gqch76$5uj$1@fred.mathworks.com>... 
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