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# Speeding Up MATLAB Applications25

Today I’d like to introduce a guest blogger, Sarah Wait Zaranek, who is an application engineer here at The MathWorks. Today she talks about speeding up code from a customer to get... 更多内容 >>

# A Way to Automate “Regular” Renaming17

Recently someone at MathWorks asked me how he could automate the renaming of a bunch of M-files containing underscores ('_') in the names with derived names that removed the underscores and used... 更多内容 >>

# Should min and max Marry?38

Do you ever need both the minimum and maximum values on the same data? Sometimes I do, for example, when I want to tweak the limits of a 2-dimensional plot. So... 更多内容 >>

# Structure Initialization50

This post continues in the theme of other recent ones, questions frequently posed to me (and probably others). It has to do with initializing structures. There is a healthy... 更多内容 >>

# Deal or No Deal21

This post continues in the theme from my last post, where people routinely come to me on a topic. Today I want to distinguish
between indexed assignment, where you can take advantage of scalar... 更多内容 >>

# Purpose of inv33

I have received comments from several savvy customers suggesting that we remove the function inv from MATLAB. The reasons are because people who don't know enough numerical analysis... 更多内容 >>

# In-place Operations on Data45

Recently I mentioned that I would describe a relatively new optimization we have for MATLAB code that allows some function calls to operate on variables without allocating more... 更多内容 >>

# Selecting Data and Surrounding Values6

I recently was working with Dave Schoppik on extracting a subset of elements from his dataset. In his lab, they work to understand
the ways our brains enable us to move. Here's Dave's description.
... 更多内容 >>

# Creating Sparse Finite-Element Matrices in MATLAB49

I'm pleased to introduce Tim Davis as this week's guest blogger. Tim is a professor at the University of Florida, and is the
author or co-author of many of our sparse matrix functions (lu, chol,... 更多内容 >>

# Reordering Arrays11

There are some cases, particularly simulations, in which we need to choose a few items from a finite list. A friend mentioned to me that he was doing a Monte Carlo... 更多内容 >>

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