Inconveniences working with matlabFunction

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I think that I am repeating the same sort of question I bothered you yesterday but I did not expect to run into peoblem again. Consider the following:
>> syms x y
>> g=[x*y y^2;x^3 1-x^2];
>> G=matlabFunction(g)
G =
function_handle with value:
I am not happy with this. I would prefer the 'reshape' to be removed. Why? because this is never convenient in letting me to to do vector operations. For instance, if I use the command G([1 1],[1 1]) then matlab throws an erros message. How can I tell matlab PLEASE make the following matlab function for me:
In my codes G (different G, of course) is the Hessian matrix and I need to use it for my optimization problem in order to get faster and more accurate solutions.
Thanks for your kind help, in advance!

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 8 Sep 2022
The reshape argument simply takes the vector of argumentsin the square brackets [] and creates a matrix from them, as required. One option is to use arrayfun. However, it wil then interpret its inputs as —
GL([x(1) x(2)],[y(1) y(2)])
So changing the arguments so you and the function agree on how they should be claculated will be necessary, regardless of the funciton version you end up using —
G = @(x,y)reshape([x.*y,x.^3,y.^2,-x.^2+1.0],[2,2]); % 'matlabFunction' Result
GL = @(xv,yv) arrayfun(G, xv,yv, 'Unif',0);
V = GL([1 2],[3 4])
V = 1×2 cell array
{2×2 double} {2×2 double}
ans = 2×2
3 9 1 0
ans = 2×2
8 16 8 -3
G2 = @(x,y)[x.*y y.^2; x.^3 1-x.^2]; % Your Original Function (Vectorised)
V = G2([1 2],[3 4])
V = 2×4
3 8 9 16 1 8 0 -3
G2L = @(xv,yv) arrayfun(G2, xv,yv, 'Unif',0);
V2 = G2L([1 2],[3 4])
V2 = 1×2 cell array
{2×2 double} {2×2 double}
ans = 2×2
3 9 1 0
ans = 2×2
8 16 8 -3
Both end up producing the same result.

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