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Sum of N matrices

Pedro Guevara さんによって質問されました 2018 年 7 月 28 日
最新アクティビティ Pedro Guevara さんによって 編集されました 2018 年 7 月 30 日
The reason for this new message was to request a new favor.
Is there a code or function in matlab that allows me to add an undefined number (N) of matrices, which I already have a program? As an example I put the following situation to be understood better:
Aux = Mat (1) + Mat (2) + Mat (3) + .... + Mat (n)
I thank you for your attention and I hope you can help me with my predicament.

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Matt J
2018 年 7 月 28 日
The program that I already started has been pretty much taken advantage of using the eval function and I do not want to lose all that work.
Why not? That work hasn't helped you. It has hurt you, and will continue to hurt you. I'm willing to bet money that whatever you did with eval can be remade in 1/10th the time using the better practices described at Stephen's link.
Pedro Guevara 2018 年 7 月 28 日
OK, I will try to make my code implementing indexing. Could you ask for help if you need it? I appreciate your attention.
Stephen Cobeldick
2018 年 7 月 29 日
@Pedro Guevara: the approach using eval is specifically advised against by all experienced MATLAB users and by the MATLAB documentation, which has a whole page explaining why to avoid doing this. It states "A frequent use of the eval function is to create sets of variables such as A1, A2, ..., An, but this approach does not the array processing power of MATLAB and is not recommended. The preferred method is to store related data in a single array."
You have already already wasted more than one day trying to work with this inefficiently designed code, in contrast per isakson gave a much better solution in just a few seconds, which is simpler, neater, more efficient, less buggy, and easier to work with. This is one reason why you should rewrite your code: it will save you time! Do you see the pattern here? If you continue to design your code like this, then you will continue to fight your code for no real benefit. Or you could use arrays and indexing, which is what the MATLAB documentation recommends, and make developing, debugging, and running your code much faster.

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per isakson
回答者: per isakson
2018 年 7 月 29 日
編集済み: per isakson
2018 年 7 月 29 日
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I've modified the example of my comment.
n = 12;
sz = [3,3];
MKG = nan( sz(1),sz(2), n );
for ix = 1 : n
MKG(:,:,ix) = ones(sz); % inv(M_Trans)*M_Kele*M_Trans;
end
sum( MKG, 3 )
outputs
ans =
12 12 12
12 12 12
12 12 12
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Pedro Guevara 2018 年 7 月 30 日
I think I love you. XD I am trying to understand your code by making it run step by step and apparently, with some modifications, you can help me with the purpose of my work. Thank you very much.

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