Hi,
I am new in Matlab and I have to creat a moving window to make calculations for my research. I did it with the help of double loop which looks like this:
for c=417:500
for j=1:c
matrix(:,:,j,c)=y(:,j)*y(:,j)'S(:,:,c)
end
end
where "y" is 21 by 500 matrix of data, S is 21 by 21 by 500 matrix of data
The problem is that as "c" starts from 417, MATLAB first calculate 417 matrixes of "0" (number of "j") for 1:417 times (number of "c"). Only after that it starts to calculate the data that I need (for "c" equal from 417 to 500). Calculation of these first matrixes of "0" take long time, so does anybody know how to create a code which will start directly from 417 so I can speed up a process?
Many thanks an advance,
Katerina


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eipatova

10/16/2009 11:34:04 PM 

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On Oct 16, 7:34=A0pm, "Ekaterina Ipatova" <eipat...@list.ru> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am new in Matlab and I have to creat a moving window to make calculatio=
ns for my research. I did it with the help of double loop which looks like =
this:
>
> for c=3D417:500
> for j=3D1:c
>
> =A0 =A0 matrix(:,:,j,c)=3Dy(:,j)*y(:,j)'S(:,:,c)
> =A0end
> end
> where "y" is 21 by 500 matrix of data, S is 21 by 21 by 500 matrix of dat=
a
>
> The problem is that as "c" starts from 417, MATLAB first calculate 417 ma=
trixes of "0" (number of "j") for 1:417 times (number of "c"). Only after t=
hat it starts to calculate the data that I need (for "c" equal from 417 to =
500). Calculation of these first matrixes of "0" take long time, so does an=
ybody know how to create a code which will start directly from 417 so I can=
speed up a process?
>
> Many thanks an advance,
>
> Katerina =A0

Katerina :
I can't really tell what you're doing. You have 2D and 3D matrices
and then end up with a 4D matrix. Too complicated for me to figure
out. I'm not that good at visualizing hyperdimensional image space.
I don't know what that 4 dimensional array means. Can you explain
what you want to do in words? Do you want to do something like a
convolution or a sliding window type of filter? As a wild guess,
maybe you can check out these functions:
bsxfun(), convn(), imfilter()
ImageAnalyst


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