tim.hochberg at ieee.org
Thu Jul 26 11:35:27 CDT 2001
From: "Nils Wagner" <nwagner at isd.uni-stuttgart.de>
> A matrix operation is that of stacking the columns of a
> matrix one under the other to form a single column.
> This operation is called "vec" or "cs" (c)olumn (s)tring
> A is a m * n matrix
> vec(A) = reshape(transpose(A),(m*n,1))
I assume you mean:
First off, the following is a bit simpler and means you don't have to carray
m and n around
> How can I copy the result of vec(A) into the i-th column of another
> matrix called B ?
B = zeros([m*n, p])
B[:,i:i+1] = vec(A)
However, I don't think this is what you really want. I suspect you'd be
B[:,i] = ravel(A)
Ravel turns A into an m*n length vector [shape (m*n,)] instead of m*n by 1
array [shape (m*n,1)]. If all you want to do is insert it into B, this is
going to be more useful.
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