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Vassilios Vassiliadis


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Problem with use of pmode function
Hello, I'm trying to execute an algorithm in parallel mode using pmode.However,after a few minutes (or hours,sometimes),a messa...

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Re: Generate Random Matrix (mxn)
Thank you very much for the assist...It has been very helpful...

6 years ago | 28632 views

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Re: Generate Random Matrix (mxn)
Hello, thanx for the assist.However,b is a (1000x10) matrix with random numbers from the interval [1 1000] and not [1 49]...

6 years ago | 28632 views

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Re: Generate Random Matrix (mxn)
Thanx, however I forgot to mention that all randomly-generated numbers should be integer (and not floating)... Sorry for the in...

6 years ago | 28632 views

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Generate Random Matrix (mxn)
Hello, I'd like to generate a random matrix (e.g. 1000x10) with numbers in the interval [1 49].However,I'd like to incorporate a...

6 years ago | 28632 views

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Re: How to generate vector of random numbers in any interval (e.g.
Hello, another issue which I've not managed to tackle is the following: Assuming that I generate a random vector of numbers rest...

6 years ago | 34000 views

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Another issue:How to transform a vector of randomly generated numbers in the interval [-1 1],so as to sum up to 1??
Hello, another issue which I've not managed to tackle is the following: Assuming that I generate a random vector of numbers rest...

6 years ago | 1151 views

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Re: How to generate vector of random numbers in any interval (e.g.
Thank you very much for your help... Vassilios

6 years ago | 34000 views

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Re: How to generate vector of random numbers in any interval (e.g. [-1 1]) that sums to 1)
Thanx,I find it very useful...

6 years ago | 34000 views

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How to generate vector of random numbers in any interval (e.g. [-1 1]) that sums to 1)
Hello, I'd like to generate a vector of random numbers,which take values in any interval (e.g. [-1 1]),and this vector sums to 1...

6 years ago | 34000 views