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Thanks for your reply. But what is A and b is my case? I am still confused.

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For example, given x1=(1,2,3), x2=(3,4,5), x3=(2,3,1). Then, H=a1*x1+a2*x2+a3*x3 forms a convex hull, where a1+a2+a3=1, a1,a2,a3...

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I know it is applicable to plot a 2D contour for a function with 3 variables. For example, use contour(x,y,z) to plot a functi...

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Asked 3 years ago

Thanks a lot

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Responded 2 years ago

Thanks a lot!!!

No, that was my example. My function is much more complex. So I need to use subs(diff(f,t), {X,t}, (X-value, t-value)) where X ...

Hello everyone, For example, my function is x1^2*t^2 + x2^2*t^2+ .... + xn^2*t^2 + t^2, where n is any integer, I want to get t...

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Hello everyone, I am confused about how to find square root in the Galois Field. For example, in GF(2^4), a=gf(15,4); And t...

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Thank you so so much. You really helped me a lot. It is not the problem with my function. Actually, the book's result is not tha...

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My function: function f=myfun(Alpha,X,g) N=100; n=0:100; ti=2*pi*n/N; for i=1:101 f(i)=(cos(ti(i))+cos(2*ti(i)+X(1)+g(1)*Alpha...

Run the fminimax function, got the following 'error'. magnitude of search direction less than 2*options.TolX Active inequalitie...

Have 3 random variables, but need to plot in two dimensions. Here is the function. f=1+2*r1*cos(omega)+2*r2*cos(2*omega)...

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