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Topic: Meijer-G function .m file
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Gervais

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Registered: 5/11/13
Re: Meijer-G function .m file
Posted: May 12, 2013 3:26 PM
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"Nasser M. Abbasi" wrote in message <kmktd0$h2q$1@speranza.aioe.org>...
> On 5/11/2013 2:38 AM, Gervais wrote:
> > "Nasser M. Abbasi" wrote in message <kmkp38$4qo$1@speranza.aioe.org>...
> >> On 5/11/2013 1:10 AM, Gervais wrote:
> >>
> >>
> >> This is mupad function.
> >>
> >> type mupad, then in the new window type
> >>
> >> meijerG([[1],[]], [[],[2]],x)
> >>
> >> it should work now.
> >>
> >> Matlab 2013a
> >>
> >> --Nasser

> >
> > Thank you very much for your answer.
> > I can effectively type the function in the new window. However,
> >I cannot obtain numerical results with the meijerG function. I do not see I to do it.
> >
> > In fact, I want to obain numerical results so that to evaluate the
> >performance analysis of wireless communications networks. I then need to plot
> >some figures for that end, and I do not know I could achieve it, even with
> >the use of Mupad (the aforementioned window).
> >
> > Thank you very much for your suggestions
> >

>
> try evalin:
>
> EDU>> x=4;
> EDU>> evalin(symengine, sprintf('meijerG([[1],[]], [[.5],[.4]],%f)',x))
>
> 1.272701359518434436410056881777
>
> EDU>> x=5;
> EDU>> evalin(symengine, sprintf('meijerG([[1],[]], [[.5],[.4]],%f)',x))
>
> 1.2538810500643783439989037985641
>
> etc..
>
> --Nasser
>
>

Thank you again, very much.
Your tricks are really helpful.

Best Regards.



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