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Delshad Ayoubi


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How can I make my code faster?
clear, clc, close all %-------------------------------------------------------------% N = 10^3; M = 400; radie = 5...

4 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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How do I use hist3 with my code?
In this code, I'm plotting a lot of particles and I want to represent them visually in a hist3 plot. I don't know how to make it...

5 years ago | 0 answers | 0

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Double for loop in a random walk. How do I loop over all particles simultaneously instead of looping the amount of steps for each separate particle one at a time?
I currently have a script that utilizes a double for loop in order to create a random walk in 2D. It however is looping over all...

5 years ago | 2 answers | 0

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How do I make a 2D randomwalk?
I have so far only been able to make a 1D randomwalk but I have to make it into 2D. Below is my code for 1D. How do I change it ...

5 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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I want to loop a value into a vector, how do I do this?
I am trying to loop through my script in order to get several values of one variable (D_N), and then putting all these values in...

5 years ago | 2 answers | 0

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How to put all the values of a for loop in a vector?
I want D_N to get another value in each loop and then put that value in a vector, T amount of times. Basically, I want to be abl...

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Plot the same function several times in one go (Random walk)?
clear clc ================== N = 10; % number of steps. M = 10; x_t(1) = 0; for n = 1:N a = ...

5 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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How do I draw the graph of the same function several times?
clear clc x_t(1) = 0; N = 10^2; for t = 1:N xlabel('t'), ylabel('x_t'), title('Random Walk') ...

5 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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Write a function fml(x) where given vector x returns first, middle and last. If the number of elements in the vector are even, middle should take the mean value of the innermost elements.
function [first, middle, last] = fml(x) %FML Returns the first, middle, and last element of x first = x(1); last = x(le...

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