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Can I use my Windows Matlab r2012b license on a Unix Matlab r2012a install?


Dear all

I've got a standalone license for Matlab r2012b on my windows machine. I've now changed to a Linux based environment and I'd like to have matlab on it. My institution has only the r2012a iso for UNIX systems. Can I stil use my license for the b version?

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Re: How is this QUESTION solve in One Line.
PiyushGoel Goel" wrote in message <o968hr$agg$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> In a Right Angle Triangle ABC
>
> AB=3,AC=4 & BC=5
> at BC,E is middle point and D is altitude AD
>
> Find distance DE=?
>
> it is not a difficult question eveyone who know maths can solve easly but question is.........
>
> how is this question solve in one line.

DE = >> 5/2-3*3/5

ans =

    0.7000
Re: Ant colony algorithm (ACO)
Can anyone please send me aco code. Its quite urgent.
How is this QUESTION solve in One Line.
In a Right Angle Triangle ABC
 
AB=3,AC=4 & BC=5
at BC,E is middle point and D is altitude AD
 
Find distance DE=?
 
it is not a difficult question eveyone who know maths can solve easly but question is.........

how is this question solve in one line.
Re: lag length (VAR)
elaine kerr" <ek4@hw.ac.uk> wrote in message <eee4b55.-1@webx.raydaftYaTP>...
> can i use anything on matlab to determine a lag length, for example
> AIC or FPE? Or odes this need to be done before applying the data? i
> am investigating Granger causality

Maybe this helps:
https://de.mathworks.com/help/econ/model-specification-structures.html#bswxr8u-27

So I guess it has to be done manually...
Re: Deformable image registration (non-rigid registration)
Yamamoto <tokiyamamoto-rad@umin.ac.jp> wrote in message <eef40fc.-1@webx.raydaftYaTP>...
> I'm planning to start the deformable image registration using MATLAB.
> I'm making a search about it, however, there is little technical
> information, and I'm beginner both of MATLAB and registration. I
> would appreciate receiving any comments or suggestions.
>
> Thank you,
>
> Yamamoto
 Hi
Dear,
I am currently working deformable image registration using MATLAB and I am doing so much reserch cooperating with ou stephenson cancer center.
If you have any tool that help me with this coding or any important information or suggestion
let me know.

Sincerely , Mohammed
Re: Can you please help me in solving two set of ODE simultaneously using Matlab
Devarajan K" wrote in message <o92unj$nfr$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> I am currently working in Nonlinear Friction-Induced Vibration of a Slider–Belt System. I have to solve two set of ordinary differential equation. One is separation equation and another one is reattachment equation. During vibration, it is necessary to check whether the slider separates from the moving belt or remains in contact with it. The condition for staying in separation only depends on the vertical motion of the vibrating mass m, which is given by the following equation:
> y(t) > 0
> I have to solve the equations of motion for the mass during separation and the initial conditions for these separation equations are calculated from the equation of motion of reattachment at the last moment in contact.
> Then, the vertical displacement y(t) of the mass is monitored at the end of each time step. The condition for reattachment is when y(t) becomes zero, which means that the mass is vibrating downward back to the original static position. At this moment, the slider is just touching the moving belt without any contact force. If y(t) becomes negative at the end of a time step, then the bisection method is used to and the critical point, at which y(t) is very near zero satisfying the defined tolerance in the MATLAB codes, where the dynamics switches from separation phase to reattachment phase
> After reattachment, the equations of motion of this system have to be solved until the condition of separation is satisfied again and the initial conditions are calculated from separation governing equation at the last step before reattachment. This scenario of switching between contact and separation can be repeated.
> My code is give below and it is not giving correct results and I am not able reproduce the figure no 10 which is there in the journal paper titled “Nonlinear Friction-Induced Vibration of a Slider–Belt System’’
>
> Function File:
>
> function xdot = Numerical(~,x)
> global m c1 c2 k1 k2 k3 knl F nu
>
> if( (abs(x(3)) == 0) )
>
>
> xdot = [x(2); -((k1/m)+(k3/2*m))*x(1)-(c1/m)*x(2)-((-k3/2*m)+((nu*k2)/m))*x(3)-((nu*knl)/m)*(x(3))^3; x(4); (k3/2*m)*x(1)-((k2/m)+(k3/2*m))*x(3)-(c2/m)*x(4)-(knl/m)*(x(3))^3-(F/m)];
> % Ignoring separation
>
> else
>
> xdot = [x(2); -(c1/m)*x(2)-(k1/m)*x(1)-(k3/2)*x(1); x(3); -(c2/m)*x(4)+(k3/2*m)*x(3)-(k3/2*m)*x(3)-(F/m)];
> % Considering separation
>
> end
> end
>
> Run File:
>
> clc;
> clear all;
> global m c1 c2 k1 k2 k3 knl F nu
>
> m = 5; c1 = 0; c2 = 0; k1 = 100; k2 = 50; k3 = 60; knl = 100; F = 80; nu = 0.7;
>
>
> x0 = [0; 0; -1.5; 0]; % initial condition
> tspan = [0 100]; % time span
>
> [t,x] = ode45('Numerical',tspan,x0); % Solver
>
> p = x(:,1); % Displacement in x direction
> q = x(:,2); % Velocity in x direction
> r = x(:,3); % Displacement in y direction
> s = x(:,4); % Velocity in y direction
> plot(t,r);
>
> Expecting positive reply
>
> Thanks and Regards
> Devarajan K
> kdevarajanmts@gmail.com

Without getting into the details of your problem it seems to me that you should let the ode-functions take care of the reattachment-events (similar to bouncing?). Have a look at the ballode demo-file. There it is shown how to set up the functions necessary to automatically handle such discrete event.

HTH
Re: i am facing problem in solving these two questions
On 3/1/2017 1:10 AM, manideep mvs wrote:
> 1:- plot the function f(x)=cosx.sin(2x) and its derivative,both on
>the same plot,for -pi<=x<=pi.plot the function with a solid line,and
>its derivative with a dashed line.add a legend and label the axes
> 2:- plot the function f(t)=(((x+5)^2)/4+3x^2) for -3<=x<=5
>

There is no equation to "solve" here. The HW just says to plot
the function and its derivative.

syms x;
expr=cos(x)*sin(2*x);
fplot({expr,diff(expr,x)},[-pi pi])

Check help to customise line styles.

You should now able to do (2). But the HW question has
typo in it. It is f(x) and not f(t).
i am facing problem in solving these two questions
1:- plot the function f(x)=cosx.sin(2x) and its derivative,both on the same plot,for -pi<=x<=pi.plot the function with a solid line,and its derivative with a dashed line.add a legend and label the axes
2:- plot the function f(t)=(((x+5)^2)/4+3x^2) for -3<=x<=5
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