simple math question

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LIU WEIHUA 2011 年 11 月 18 日
There has a function can be written as: y=H*[X,Y,1]'. where [X,Y,1]is known constants. I want finding the derivatives of the series of matrix H=A*[r1,r2,t]; where A is a 3 by 3 matrix,and r1,r2,t is 3 by 1 column . During the derivatives process, A ,r1,r2,t should be viewed as the variables separately. Is anyone know how to tackle it with matlab? Or just give me some tips on this.Thank you very much!
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LIU WEIHUA 2011 年 11 月 20 日
sorry ,I express wrong ,it's derivatives instead of partial derivatives.


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Alex 2011 年 11 月 20 日
If I understand correctly, you have H as a function of r1, r2, & t.
By this, you have 3 partial derivatives, dH/dr1, dH/dr2, & dH/dt.
If those 3 partial derivative are what you want, then this is done much easier on paper.
let, A be a matrix with elements aij, with i being the row and j be the column.
(in this case, I am assuming the matrix A has only constants, folling the same steps will get you the results for variables with higher powers).
Then, H is a system of 3 equations with 3 unknowns. Looking at the first row,
a11*r1 + a12*r2 + a13*t = H1,
then dH/dr1 becomes d(a11*r1) = dH1/dr1
then dH/dr2 becomes d(a12*r2) = dH1/dr2
then dH/dt becomes d(a13*t) = dH1/dt
(the other 2 rows follow the same).
These 9 results can be combined back into a dH matrix, with each row representing one of the partial derivatives.
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Alex 2011 年 11 月 20 日
This can be explained more in depth at:




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