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Stefano Francavilla


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Hi. I have a two-dimensional array Z of size 10x15, and two vectors, A = [1 2 4] and B = [3 2 1]. Using A and B, I want to access the following elements in Z: Z(1,3), Z(2,2), Z(4,1) only
I think you get a submatrix where the elements you are looking for are in the main diagonal: use diag(Z(A,B))

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How to convert 'findpeaks' function using HDL coder?
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Max Peak Distance (findpeaks)
I wrote this code, it isn't elegant but I hope could be helpful. %% 1st step - Find a large amount of peaks with non-string...

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Max Peak Distance (findpeaks)
Hi, I'm using the 'findpeaks' function and i want to insert a min and max limit to the distance between the peaks. In the functi...

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