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# Michal Kvasnicka

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Pareto front is always represented by convex hypersurface. So, you can use every methods how to visualize surface in 3-D case.

5 days ago | 0

Matlab function to compare 2 numbers
Just use function MinValue = min(a,b) That is all what you need.

5 days ago | 0

MATLAB use for GPU computing CUDA technology, which is supported only by NVIDIA cards.

5 days ago | 1

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I have two questions regarding function "findchangepts" (DSP Toolbox): 1. How to effectively create additional output vector ...

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function "findchangepts" outputs
I have two questions regarding function "findchangepts" (DSP Toolbox): 1. How to effectively create additional output vector "x...

12 days ago | 87 views

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Re: exact hypervolume computation
Sorry, complexity of Ibanes method is O( n^(d-2)*log(n))

1 month ago | 848 views

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Re: exact hypervolume computation
Complexity of Fleischer's method is O(n^3* d^2) and Ibanes (see above mentioned link) method is O( n^(d?2)*log(n)) n ... numbe...

1 month ago | 848 views

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Re: The future of MATLAB (versus python)
From your previous post: MATLAB + parallel toolbox (with GPU CUDA support) + 16 workers Distributed computing server + a few ...

1 month ago | 21775 views

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Re: The future of MATLAB (versus python)
Anaconda ... Are you joking??? HPC + Distributed computing functionality, REPOs, etc are incorporated at WORKGROUP subscription...

1 month ago | 21775 views

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Re: exact hypervolume computation
For anybody, including upset Bruno Luong, who is interested in effective computation of hypervolume of the multidimensional par...

1 month ago | 848 views

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Re: exact hypervolume computation
Bruno, this is discussion forum for matlab users, which are looking for help. Not quiz-riddle corner.

1 month ago | 848 views

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Re: exact hypervolume computation
Ok ... you are clarifying terminology, but I am looking for any effective method. For dim > 2 is possible find only hyper simpl...

1 month ago | 848 views

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Re: exact hypervolume computation
For Dim > 2 there are no cubes but hyper simplexes.

1 month ago | 848 views

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Re: exact hypervolume computation
Could you be more specific? In higher dimensions the situation is not clear to me.

1 month ago | 848 views

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Re: exact hypervolume computation
function hv = hypervolume(F, AU, U, N) % Approximates the hypervolume of a Pareto frontier. First, it generates % random sample...

1 month ago | 848 views

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Re: exact hypervolume computation
My data represents the multi-dimensional pareto-front, so the whole data-set is represented by one hyper-simplex (pareto front i...

1 month ago | 848 views

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exact hypervolume computation
Dear Matlab users, I am looking for matlab code, which is able to compute exactly (not approximately by monte-carlo sampling) h...

1 month ago | 848 views

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Re: The future of MATLAB (versus python)
This is Just extremelly subjective opinion without any relevant facts. Many, many scientist can say the same comment about Pyth...

2 months ago | 21775 views

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Re: The future of MATLAB (versus python)
From my point of view is most frustrating thing, that people from Mathworks ignore discussions like this. I tried many times to ...

3 months ago | 21775 views

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Specific vectorization problem
I need to vectorize the following matlab code, which is now slow for bigger matrices A and multiplicity vectors m: function cA ...

5 months ago | 468 views

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Run Code Faster With the New MATLAB Execution Engine
In this blog: http://blogs.mathworks.com/loren/2016/02/12/run-code-faster-with-the-new-matlab-execution-engine/ we can read, tha...

9 months ago | 485 views

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Re: specific multisets comparison problem
Sorry, is not clear to me, how to use the run-length encoder/decoder in this case.

10 months ago | 536 views

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Re: specific multisets comparison problem
This is my current solution: function D = mcpr(T,V) E=unique(T); hT=histc(T,E); hV=histc(V,E); rep=[hV;hT-hV]; % for < R2015a D...

10 months ago | 536 views

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specific multisets comparison problem
I am looking for vectorized matlab function to solve following problem: I have sorted multiset T = [1 1 1 1 2 ...

10 months ago | 536 views

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find linear grid
Hello, I am solving the following problem: I have a finite set of sorted data points. How to find the linear grid (number of e...

11 months ago | 604 views

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Re: speed for-loop product vs vectorised product
Yes I totally agree, but the situation is even worse. In R2015B profiler runs produce contradictory timing results to normal run...

1 year ago | 1424 views

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Re: speed for-loop product vs vectorised product
OK I can send to TMW my functions which shows that this problem is not spurious but more or less systematic. But the fact is, th...

1 year ago | 1424 views

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Re: speed for-loop product vs vectorised product
In this situation, programmers are not able to reliably locate which part of code is responsible for final total performance. ...

1 year ago | 1424 views

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Re: speed for-loop product vs vectorised product
As I said above: ====== I just check some representative selection of my performance sensitive functions and situation with prof...

1 year ago | 1424 views

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Re: speed for-loop product vs vectorised product
Hi Loren, the above mentioned results are taken after few warm-up runs, so the results are representative. I am not sure if yo...

1 year ago | 1424 views