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Dear all, 
Subject: program a simple algorithm From: Torsten Hennig Date: 29 Jul, 2010 06:53:57 Message: 2 of 16 
> Dear all, 
Torsten Hennig <Torsten.Hennig@umsicht.fhg.de> wrote in message <1672989918.21168.1280386468043.JavaMail.root@gallium.mathforum.org>... 
Subject: program a simple algorithm From: Torsten Hennig Date: 29 Jul, 2010 07:39:38 Message: 4 of 16 
> Torsten Hennig <Torsten.Hennig@umsicht.fhg.de> wrote 
> 
Subject: program a simple algorithm From: Saurabh Mahapatra Date: 30 Jul, 2010 02:09:04 Message: 6 of 16 
These are my thoughts: I have a concern with the problem definition. 
"Saurabh Mahapatra" <saurabh.mahapatra@mathworks.com> wrote in message <i2tc80$pkv$1@fred.mathworks.com>... 
Subject: program a simple algorithm From: Torsten Hennig Date: 30 Jul, 2010 10:29:19 Message: 8 of 16 
> "Saurabh Mahapatra" <saurabh.mahapatra@mathworks.com> 
Subject: program a simple algorithm From: Torsten Hennig Date: 30 Jul, 2010 10:57:36 Message: 9 of 16 
> > "Saurabh Mahapatra" 
The basic "count = 0 and while" structure should look something like this: 
Subject: program a simple algorithm From: Torsten Hennig Date: 30 Jul, 2010 13:45:01 Message: 11 of 16 
> The basic "count = 0 and while" structure should look 
Subject: program a simple algorithm From: Anna Kaladze Date: 30 Jul, 2010 15:43:04 Message: 12 of 16 
Torsten hi, 
Subject: program a simple algorithm From: Anna Kaladze Date: 30 Jul, 2010 16:15:07 Message: 13 of 16 
Hi Andy and Torsten, 
Subject: program a simple algorithm From: Anna Kaladze Date: 31 Jul, 2010 06:28:24 Message: 14 of 16 
Hi. The method does not work unfortunately. 
Subject: program a simple algorithm From: Torsten Hennig Date: 31 Jul, 2010 10:29:42 Message: 15 of 16 
> Hi. The method does not work unfortunately. 
Subject: program a simple algorithm From: Anna Kaladze Date: 31 Jul, 2010 14:06:05 Message: 16 of 16 
Yes, Torsten, you are right. I need to add one more "step" involving another vector x_feedback. That is, given x_new, x_feedback will take specific values and I need now the program update x_old in such a way to make x_feeback eventually equal x_old. Thanks a lot. 
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