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Topic: matrix comparission
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Barry Shaw

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Re: matrix comparission
Posted: Dec 19, 2012 11:55 AM
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Is this a simplified version of what you want to do?
My solution would involve amalgamating the 72 matrices into a singular matrix first of all.

>> a=[1 2 33]';
>> b=[4 8 6]';
>> c=[7 5 3]';
>> d = [a b c];
>> e = max(d,[],2)



"WAFA " <wafa_ali_2009@yahoo.com> wrote in message <kas6ju$mpl$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> Hi, please I have 72 matrix with dimension 1000 * 1 for each one ,I want to get a matrix also 1000 * 1 with each element represents the maximum value of corresponding elements of the original 72 matrix . Like make comparison between the first element of each 72 matrix and so on .Thank u


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