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#### Compute SVD of a Matrix Without use loop (For ... End ) in matlab

```HI ALL.
i must compute svd of matrix a=64 x 8357 that each column of a related
to one block of image.
for compute svd of each column, i need all svd's of each column , then
i must use reshape(a(:,1) , [8,8]) and then, compute svd of this
result.
i can not use loop , because so time consuming.

Does Anybody Know how can  use reshape with change numbers (that
number of numbers equal to columns) and without use loop, compute all
columns reshape?

Thanks.
``` 0 5/14/2011 7:30:18 AM comp.soft-sys.matlab  211266 articles. 24 followers. 1 Replies 711 Views Similar Articles

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```Mansour Hashemi <mansur.hashemi@gmail.com> wrote in message <2f545a93-2b97-4260-8b90-ffc1e29de7f7@p13g2000yqh.googlegroups.com>...
> HI ALL.
> i must compute svd of matrix a=64 x 8357 that each column of a related
> to one block of image.
> for compute svd of each column, i need all svd's of each column , then
> i must use reshape(a(:,1) , [8,8]) and then, compute svd of this
> result.
> i can not use loop , because so time consuming.
>
> Does Anybody Know how can  use reshape with change numbers (that
> number of numbers equal to columns) and without use loop, compute all
> columns reshape?
====================

You could just do this

A=reshape(a,8,8,8357);

for i=1:8357
svd(A(:,:,i))
end

However, you can't avoid doing the SVD with a for-loop and I find it hard to believe that doing a reshape() in this same loop will dominate the computation time.
``` 0 5/14/2011 1:40:04 PM Similar Artilces:

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