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Subject: Finding a small matrix in larger one From: camilla belle Date: 8 Feb, 2012 15:34:20 Message: 1 of 13 
Hi. 
On 2/8/2012 9:34 AM, camilla belle wrote: 
Subject: Finding a small matrix in larger one From: Roger Stafford Date: 8 Feb, 2012 20:50:11 Message: 3 of 13 
"camilla belle" <camilla.belle@poczta.wp.pl> wrote in message <jgu4lt$8f4$1@newsfeed1.man.lodz.pl>... 
Subject: Finding a small matrix in larger one From: camilla belle Date: 8 Feb, 2012 21:02:57 Message: 4 of 13 
For unique numbers it will work but for repeated it will show every number 
On 2/8/2012 3:02 PM, camilla belle wrote: 
Subject: Finding a small matrix in larger one From: Bruno Luong Date: 8 Feb, 2012 21:57:24 Message: 6 of 13 
"camilla belle" <camilla.belle@poczta.wp.pl> wrote in message <jgu4lt$8f4$1@newsfeed1.man.lodz.pl>... 
Subject: Finding a small matrix in larger one From: camilla belle Date: 10 Feb, 2012 15:22:44 Message: 7 of 13 
Thanks for help. 
Subject: Finding a small matrix in larger one From: Matt J Date: 10 Feb, 2012 16:11:10 Message: 8 of 13 
Here's a simple filtering approach (doesn't handle NaNs though): 
Subject: Finding a small matrix in larger one From: Bruno Luong Date: 11 Feb, 2012 09:06:30 Message: 9 of 13 

Subject: Finding a small matrix in larger one From: Matt J Date: 11 Feb, 2012 18:40:28 Message: 10 of 13 
"Bruno Luong" <b.luong@fogale.findmycountry> wrote in message <jh5b2m$ad3$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... 
Subject: Finding a small matrix in larger one From: Matt J Date: 11 Feb, 2012 18:56:09 Message: 11 of 13 
"Matt J" wrote in message <jh6cms$f12$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... 
Subject: Finding a small matrix in larger one From: Roger Stafford Date: 11 Feb, 2012 21:02:29 Message: 12 of 13 
"Matt J" wrote in message <jh6cms$f12$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... 
Subject: Finding a small matrix in larger one From: Matt J Date: 11 Feb, 2012 21:14:12 Message: 13 of 13 
"Roger Stafford" wrote in message <jh6l15$948$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... 
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