Optimization

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Charles
Charles on 30 May 2011
Closed: MATLAB Answer Bot on 20 Aug 2021
*Modified Post*
I have a 3D matrix of this form:
gauss = values(3,3,3)
i.e
gauss(:,:,1) =
0.0155 0.0622 0.0155
0.0622 0.2494 0.0622
0.0155 0.0622 0.0155
gauss(:,:,2) =
0.0622 0.2494 0.0622
0.2494 1.0000 0.2494
0.0622 0.2494 0.0622
gauss(:,:,3) =
0.0155 0.0622 0.0155
0.0622 0.2494 0.0622
0.0155 0.0622 0.0155
What I want to do is create another 3D matrix of larger dimension, i.e of size (10,3,3)
I.e NewMatrix = zeros(10,3,3);
What I want:
NewMatrix(1:3,:,:) = NewMatrix(1:3,:,:) + gauss;
NewMatrix(2:4,:,:) = NewMatrix(2:4,:,:) + gauss;
NewMatrix(4:6,:,:) = NewMatrix(4:6,:,:) + gauss;
:
:
NewMatrix(8:10,:,:) = NewMatrix(8:10,:,:) + gauss;
So essentially I want to use the 'gauss' matrix fill the values of 'NewMatrix'. However, the placement of the matrix 'gauss' in 'NewMatrix' is to be optimized so that the values of 'NewMatrix' are as uniform as possible. Let me know if more clarification is needed. Any suggestion will be appreciated.
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Ivan van der Kroon
Ivan van der Kroon on 5 Jun 2011
Just put all weigths zero. I assume this is too trivial. I also noticed you opened a new topic, where you reformulated it for 1-D.

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