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Convolution of many vectors

Calle Swedhag さんによって質問されました 2016 年 11 月 30 日
最新アクティビティ Chris Turnes
さんによって 回答されました 2016 年 12 月 5 日
I will try to explain my problem thoroughly. I have an input vector F that could be thousands of elements long. For this example lets say F is [1,2,3,4,5].
I then have a function that generates polynomial coefficients out of element k in F. The function could be
[k^2, 5*k, k+2]
for F(1) the polynomial coefficients are [1^2, 5*1, 1+2] and for F(2) it's [2^2, 5*2, 2+2] and so on. This I can accomplish with a loop. After generating polynomial coefficients for all elements k in F, I have to multiply the corresponding polynomials all together. Think of it like (1 + 5x + 3x^2)*(4 + 10x + 4x^2)*...*(F(5)^2, F(5)*5, F(5) + 2). I thought a convolution loop might work here, but I feel like it's a bit too complex for me to make one. Remember that in this example the number of elements in F was 5, but it might as well be thousands.
Thankful for any help I might get.

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For the assignment, every coefficient vector corresponds to a simple quadratic polynomial.

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Andrei Bobrov
Answer by Andrei Bobrov
on 1 Dec 2016
Edited by Andrei Bobrov
on 1 Dec 2016

f = @(k)[k+2, 5*k, k.^2];
A = f((1:5)');
[m,n] = size(A);
B = zeros(1,m*(n-1)+1);
B(1:n) = A(1,:);
for ii = 1:m-1
B(1:n-ii+ii*n) = conv(B(1:ii*n-ii+1),A(ii+1,:));
end
x = [7,5];
out = polyval(B,x);
or
f = @(k)[k+2, 5*k, k.^2];
A = f((1:5)');
x =[7,5];
out = squeeze(prod(sum(A.*(reshape(x,1,1,[]).^(2:-1:0)),2)));

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Chris Turnes
Answer by Chris Turnes on 5 Dec 2016

You can use a fun trick here. Each of these polynomials is a quadratic, so you can find their roots easily enough:
F = F(:); % just in case F isn't a column...
rs = [(-5*F + sqrt((5*F).^2 - 4*(F+2).*(F.^2))) ./ (2*(F.^2)); ...
(-5*F - sqrt((5*F).^2 - 4*(F+2).*(F.^2))) ./ (2*(F.^2))];
Now you have all the roots for each polynomial, and when you multiply polynomials you just multiply their roots, so you can build the monic version of your final polynomial by just calling p=poly(rs). The last step is to factor in the leading coefficients by p = prod(F.^2)*p;

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