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Mohsen Davarynejad


22 total contributions since 2011

Professional Interests: Optimization, Evolutionary Computation

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how to force Draggable points to move along a line?
Hi All. I would like to use impoint to generate a draggable point. But I want to force it to move along a line. I try to do so ...

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optimization routine for function that is not smooth and also has a lot of local minimum
All the algorithms suitable for black-box optimization can be used. These algorithms, including Genetic algorithms (GA) and Part...

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Wilcoxon rank sum test
I would like to check if my data is smaller than zero or not. Assume the following example. A = -1*ones(15,1); [p, h, S...

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how to cyclically shift an array?
x = [1 : 1 : 10] for i = 1 : 5 x = [x(2:end) x(1)] end

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plotting lines
y = [0:.1:10] plot(5,y) xlabel('Re') ylabel('Im') http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imaginary_number

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problem plotting complex function
The problem is that eps_compl is just a single number, and not an array. You compute eps_compl for every point, but you do not ...

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A little help?
The Matrix of interest of poster is: A = [1,2,3;4,5,6;7,8,9]; and the soloution is the following: B = A - min(A(:)); C...

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can't add axis labels
xlabel('Frequency (Hz)'); ylabel('Surface Impedance');

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ODE 45 intermediate value?
So the dynamics of your model changes based on the outcome of the model. Supose that when y(1) at time t1 gets above for instanc...

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Return coordinate of first nonzero element.
A=boolean(2*rand(10,10)>1) % Creating a random Matrix Row = 2; % Assumung you are looking for the first 0 of the row 2. Co...

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A little help?
Matrix = 2*rand(10,10) - 1

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Matrix position stored in a variable!
Suppose A=rand(10,10) and I need to access the following elements in A: A(2,3), A(4,5), A(6,7). If the positions are stored in a...

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ode45
The only thing you have to do is to change plot(t,x(1),'red') to plot(t,x(:,1),'red') and so on for the rest o...

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ind2sub output dimension
My question is regarding the output of the ind2sub function. In my code, since the input dimention of ind2sub changes, i should ...

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WFDB - reading in ECG files
First you have to download the rdsign212.m and rdsign212.dll. To read the first N samples of an M-lead ECG (supposing that the d...

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Password protect my subsystem using a password
http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/newsreader/view_thread/274895

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ploting graph.
x=linspace(0,10,100); y1 = 5*x.^2 + 9*x - 5; y2 = -2*x.^2 + 4*x + 10; plot(x,y1,'r'); hold on; plot(x,y2,'b'); ...

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minimum of an array
My guess is the the following scales better: B = A; %work on a copy, not the original B([2 5],:) = []; %remove the 2...

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Accessing to the position stored in a variable
Suppose I have a matrix, A=rand(5,5) and an array, b=[2,3]. How can I extract the A(2,3) element? I know a simple solution is A(...

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mppt by using pso method
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Re: Running mex file from MATLAB R2009b on 64-bit Windows
Hi, Thank you so much, Indeed i had to use SDK (x86). My problem is solved, Thanks, Mohsen.

6 years ago | 5978 views

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Running mex file from MATLAB R2009b on 64-bit Windows
Hi, I installed the Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express and Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows Server 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5...

6 years ago | 5978 views