Hi Debjyoti,

The functionality which you require can be achieved using MATLAB's Symbolic Math Toolbox. This process can be automated using loops. Here’s how you can do it:

Note: This might not be the exact approach you might be looking for, there might be some modifications to following sample code that will be required from your side. This is a list of few general steps you can consider:

- Initialize the Symbolic Variables: Before you start, ensure you have the Symbolic Math Toolbox installed and accessible in your MATLAB environment. Then, initialize the symbolic variables you plan to use.

2. Define Constants and Matrices:

3.Create a Symbolic Matrix of Symbolic Functions

Here's an example using a `for` loop to create a symbolic matrix where each element is a symbolic function of `x`, `y`, and `z`, involving operations with other matrices.

S(i, j) = A(i,j) * B(i,j) + x^i + y^j;

This loop iterates over each element of the matrix `S`, assigning a unique symbolic expression to each element. The expression `A(i,j) * B(i,j) + x^i + y^j` is just an example; you should replace it with your specific function involving the constants and matrices relevant to your application.

Hope above steps help you in acheiving your results!