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linspace(2,2,2) returns [2 2] ??

```May be the help for linspace should change?

It says:

"LINSPACE(X1, X2, N) generates N points between X1 and X2."

Notice, it says BETWEEN.

But when I ask for 2 points, between 2 and 2:

----------------
EDU>> linspace(2,2,2)

ans =

2     2
---------------

May be mathematically this is ok? i.e. there are infinite points between
the point and itself? (on the real line), but from programming point of
view, it is confusing. no?

--Nasser
```
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```Maybe it should say "generates N points between X1 and X2, inclusive."

What did you expect to get back as an answer from issuing linspace(2,2,2)?

I didn't understand your statement "there are infinite points between the point and itself?"  How do you have an infinite number of points between 2 and 2?   I can see an infinite number of points between 2 and something that's not itself, like 2.00000000000000001, but if they are absolutely perfectly identical how are you getting an infinite number of points?
```
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Image
10/10/2010 6:16:04 PM
```On 10/10/2010 11:16 AM, Image Analyst wrote:
> Maybe it should say "generates N points between X1 and X2, inclusive."
>
> What did you expect to get back as an answer from issuing linspace(2,2,2)?
>

I was just not expecting it to "work". may be an error message. That is
not the point. The point is that it did work.

> I didn't understand your statement "there are infinite points between the point and itself?"
> How do you have an infinite number of points between 2 and 2?

But that is my point. How come? Matlab says so.  Ask matlab for one
million points between 2 2 and it will return one million points between
2 and 2.

I am was trying to possibly given some hand waving pure mathematical
justification of why Matlab did that. The idea is that some pure math
person could argue that there are infinite points on the real point. No
matter how small the delta gets, there are still infinite more point.
But since we are on a real discrete machine, this should not apply.

I was not supporting what linespace does, merely trying to think
out-loud what was in the mind of who wrote it to work this way.

>I can see an infinite number of points between 2 and something that's not itself.

Exactly. That is why I posted this. So you agree with me that there is
"something" wrong here. May be we agree that the documentation needs to
be more clear to justify this result.

--Nasser
```
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Nasser
10/10/2010 6:37:26 PM
```"Nasser M. Abbasi" <nma@12000.org> wrote in message <i8sv1m\$5k3\$1@speranza.aioe.org>...
> May be the help for linspace should change?
>
> It says:
>
> "LINSPACE(X1, X2, N) generates N points between X1 and X2."

I understand they are "linearly equally spaced" from the previous sentence of the help. i.e., it will returns (for N>=2):

y(k) = X1+(k-1)*(X2-X1)/(N-1), for k=1,...N

If I plug X1 = 2, X2 = 2, and N = 2 It will returns y(1)=2 and y(2) =2. It looks perfectly consistent to me.

The help says it returns "N points in between" (of the closed-inverval), it does not claims there are at least "N *distinct* points in between". So I don't see any problem mathematically either.

Bruno
```
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Bruno
10/10/2010 6:53:04 PM
```On 10/10/2010 11:53 AM, Bruno Luong wrote:

>
> The help says it returns "N points in between" (of the closed-inverval),
> it does not claims there are at least "N *distinct* points in between".

For me, "in between" implies distinct points.

"between" implies a delta, hence different points, hence distinct.

You said yourself, there can't be points between a point and itself.

Hence, the points returned must be distinct points.

>
> Bruno

--Nasser
```
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Nasser
10/10/2010 7:08:30 PM
```"Nasser M. Abbasi" <nma@12000.org> wrote in message <i8t2vb\$gkl\$1@speranza.aioe.org>...
> On 10/10/2010 11:53 AM, Bruno Luong wrote:
>
> >
> > The help says it returns "N points in between" (of the closed-inverval),
>  > it does not claims there are at least "N *distinct* points in between".
>
> For me, "in between" implies distinct points.
>
> "between" implies a delta, hence different points, hence distinct.
>

Mathematically, a point X is in between A and B if

A<=X<=B

> You said yourself, there can't be points between a point and itself.

Did I said that?

Bruno
```
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Bruno
10/10/2010 7:14:04 PM
```"Nasser M. Abbasi" <nma@12000.org> wrote in message <i8t153\$asm\$1@speranza.aioe.org>...
> On 10/10/2010 11:16 AM, Image Analyst wrote:
> > What did you expect to get back as an answer from issuing linspace(2,2,2)?
> >
>
> I was just not expecting it to "work". may be an error message. That is
> not the point. The point is that it did work.
----------------------------------------------------------

If you were the programmer to program up linspace, what you *you* do?  Sounds like you would throw an exception if someone passed in X1 = X2.  I'm not sure I or others would like that, especially since you can always check for this situation before calling linespace:
if abs(X1-X2) < eps
warndlg()
else
linspace()
end
It doesn't seem right to generate an error for those who have no problem with the way it operates.  You always have the choice to check, but why remove the choice to use it that way for them?
```
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Image
10/10/2010 7:40:05 PM
```On 10/10/2010 12:14 PM, Bruno Luong wrote:

>
>> You said yourself, there can't be points between a point and itself.
>

> Did I said that?
>
> Bruno

Sorry, mixed you up with ImageAnalyst, who said:

" I can see an infinite number of points between 2 and something that's
not itself"

Was not looking too carfully on who I was answering.

--Nasser
```
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Nasser
10/10/2010 7:59:52 PM
```On 10/10/2010 12:40 PM, Image Analyst wrote:
> "Nasser M. Abbasi"<nma@12000.org>  wrote in message<i8t153\$asm\$1@speranza.aioe.org>...
>> On 10/10/2010 11:16 AM, Image Analyst wrote:
>>> What did you expect to get back as an answer from issuing linspace(2,2,2)?
>>>
>>
>> I was just not expecting it to "work". may be an error message. That is
>> not the point. The point is that it did work.
> ----------------------------------------------------------
>

> If you were the programmer to program up linspace, what you *you* do?

But that is NOT the point.

You are jumping on an implementation issue.

First, we decide if the "behavior" is correct based on the
specification/documentation.

Next, if we agree that the "behavior" is inconsistent with the the
specification/documentation, then the next point is what to do.

We can measure the cost of making it behave as documented in this case,
vs. leaving things the way they are and may be improve the documentation.

You already jumped on the cost of changing the implementation, before we
agreed that the  "behavior" is not consistent with the specifications.

For me, what to do, is a separate design issue, I am merely pointing
what I think is an inconsistent behavior of a function. That is all.

>Sounds like you would throw an exception if someone passed in X1 = X2.  I'm not sure I or others would
>like that, especially since you can always check for this situation
before calling linespace:
> if abs(X1-X2)<  eps
>    warndlg()
> else
>    linspace()
> end
> It doesn't seem right to generate an error for those who have no problem with the way it operates.
> You always have the choice to check, but why remove the choice to use
it that way for them?

You already suggested what I would, and then starting to argue that what
I would not is not right? You'd make a good lawyer :)

--Nasser
```
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Nasser
10/10/2010 8:09:26 PM
```
"Nasser M. Abbasi" <nma@12000.org> wrote in message
news:i8sv1m\$5k3\$1@speranza.aioe.org...
> May be the help for linspace should change?
>
> It says:
>
> "LINSPACE(X1, X2, N) generates N points between X1 and X2."
>
>
> Notice, it says BETWEEN.
>
> But when I ask for 2 points, between 2 and 2:
>
> ----------------
> EDU>> linspace(2,2,2)
>
> ans =
>
>      2     2
> ---------------
>
> May be mathematically this is ok? i.e. there are infinite points between
> the point and itself? (on the real line), but from programming point of
> view, it is confusing. no?

linspace(x1, x2, N) returns a 1-by-max(0, N) vector containing N equally
spaced points.  If N > 0, the first element of the vector is x1; if N > 1
then the last element of the vector is x2.  If x1 == x2, then the equal
spacing between points is 0 and the vector will consist of N copies of x1.

--
Steve Lord
slord@mathworks.com
comp.soft-sys.matlab (CSSM) FAQ: http://matlabwiki.mathworks.com/MATLAB_FAQ
http://www.mathworks.com

```
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slord (13689)
10/11/2010 3:45:33 AM
```"Nasser M. Abbasi" <nma@12000.org> wrote in message <i8t2vb\$gkl\$1@speranza.aioe.org>...
>
>
> "between" implies a delta, hence different points, hence distinct.
>

It seems like you describe "colon" operator. No where LINSPACE documentation states it must ensure a strictly positive step, thus distinct output.

In fact the second input can be larger or smaller or EQUAL than the first input. The output are linear spaced between then regardless which one is larger.

The doc is perfectly consistent.

Bruno
```
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Bruno
10/11/2010 6:08:04 AM
```This might be more subtle and worth to explain to students:

>> a=linspace(1,1+eps);
>> length(a)

ans =

100

>> length(unique(a))

ans =

2
>> sum(a==1)

ans =

50

>> sum(a==1+eps)

ans =

50

>>

% Bruno
```
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Bruno
10/11/2010 6:17:04 AM
```In article <i8u18u\$9oh\$1@fred.mathworks.com>,
Steven_Lord <slord@mathworks.com> wrote:
>linspace(x1, x2, N) returns a 1-by-max(0, N) vector containing N equally
>spaced points.  If N > 0, the first element of the vector is x1; if N > 1
>then the last element of the vector is x2.  If x1 == x2, then the equal
>spacing between points is 0 and the vector will consist of N copies of x1.

I don't see how it could be more logical (or simple) than this.

Francis
```
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fburton
10/11/2010 10:24:44 AM
```On Oct 11, 6:24=A0am, fbur...@nyx.net (Francis Burton) wrote:
> In article <i8u18u\$9o...@fred.mathworks.com>,
>
> Steven_Lord <sl...@mathworks.com> wrote:
> >linspace(x1, x2, N) returns a 1-by-max(0, N) vector containing N equally
> >spaced points. =A0If N > 0, the first element of the vector is x1; if N =
> 1
> >then the last element of the vector is x2. =A0If x1 =3D=3D x2, then the =
equal
> >spacing between points is 0 and the vector will consist of N copies of x=
1.
>
> I don't see how it could be more logical (or simple) than this.

It's more complicates than that

>> for i =3D -2:3, linspace(2,2,i),end

ans =3D     2
ans =3D     2
ans =3D     2
ans =3D     2
ans =3D     2     2
ans =3D     2     2     2

>> for i =3D -2:3, linspace(2,1,i),end

ans =3D     1
ans =3D     1
ans =3D     1
ans =3D     1
ans =3D     2    1
ans =3D     2    1.5    1

Hope this helps.

Greg
```
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Greg
10/13/2010 1:32:27 AM
```In article <aae9a4af-8b70-4b0a-8af5-e438961d8649@u10g2000yqk.googlegroups.com>,
Greg Heath  <heath@alumni.brown.edu> wrote:
>On Oct 11, 6:24?am, fbur...@nyx.net (Francis Burton) wrote:
>> In article <i8u18u\$9o...@fred.mathworks.com>,
>>
>> Steven_Lord <sl...@mathworks.com> wrote:
>> >linspace(x1, x2, N) returns a 1-by-max(0, N) vector containing N equally
>> >spaced points. ?If N > 0, the first element of the vector is x1; if N > 1
>> >then the last element of the vector is x2. ?If x1 == x2, then the equal
>> >spacing between points is 0 and the vector will consist of N copies of x1.
>>
>> I don't see how it could be more logical (or simple) than this.
>
>It's more complicates than that
>
>>> for i = -2:3, linspace(2,2,i),end
>
>ans =     2
>ans =     2
>ans =     2
>ans =     2
>ans =     2     2
>ans =     2     2     2
>
>
>>> for i = -2:3, linspace(2,1,i),end
>
>ans =     1
>ans =     1
>ans =     1
>ans =     1
>ans =     2    1
>ans =     2    1.5    1
>
>Hope this helps.

So would you change the documentation or the implementation,
and how?

Francis
```
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fburton
10/13/2010 12:28:56 PM
```Nasser M. Abbasi wrote:
> May be the help for linspace should change?
>
> It says:
>
> "LINSPACE(X1, X2, N) generates N points between X1 and X2."
>
>
> Notice, it says BETWEEN.
>
> But when I ask for 2 points, between 2 and 2:
>
> ----------------
> EDU>> linspace(2,2,2)
>
> ans =
>
>      2     2
> ---------------
>
> May be mathematically this is ok? i.e. there are infinite points between
> the point and itself? (on the real line), but from programming point of
> view, it is confusing. no?
....

IMO, no, not really.

Although, perhaps it could say "on the range of x1 to x2" instead and be
more precise.

--

```
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dpb
10/13/2010 12:48:03 PM
```Dear Nasser,

> "LINSPACE(X1, X2, N) generates N points between X1 and X2."

"LINSPACE(X1, X2, N) generates N equally spaced points from X1 to X2."
(as ever, I'm not sure if this is correct English)

Anyhow, this mathematically vague help text does not seem to be a problem for a lot of Matlab users. In opposite to that the functional form of SAVE ("save('FileName', 'Variable')") is described exactly and correctly in the help section, but you can find a pile of posts conerning this in CSSM.

Jan
```
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Jan
10/13/2010 1:33:11 PM
```On Oct 13, 8:28 am, fbur...@nyx.net (Francis Burton) wrote:
> Greg Heath  <he...@alumni.brown.edu> wrote:
> >On Oct 11, 6:24?am, fbur...@nyx.net (Francis Burton) wrote:
> >> In article <i8u18u\$9o...@fred.mathworks.com>,
>
> >> Steven_Lord <sl...@mathworks.com> wrote:
> >> >linspace(x1, x2, N) returns a 1-by-max(0, N) vector containing N equally
> >> >spaced points. ?If N > 0, the first element of the vector is x1; if N > 1
> >> >then the last element of the vector is x2. ?If x1 == x2, then the equal
> >> >spacing between points is 0 and the vector will consist of N copies of x1.
>
> >> I don't see how it could be more logical (or simple) than this.
>
> >It's more complicates than that
>
> >>> for i = -2:3, linspace(2,2,i),end
>
> >ans =     2
> >ans =     2
> >ans =     2
> >ans =     2
> >ans =     2     2
> >ans =     2     2     2
>
> >>> for i = -2:3, linspace(2,1,i),end
>
> >ans =     1
> >ans =     1
> >ans =     1
> >ans =     1
> >ans =     2    1
> >ans =     2    1.5    1
>
> >Hope this helps.
>
> So would you change the documentation or the implementation,
> and how?

Current version

>> help linspace

LINSPACE  Linearly spaced vector.
LINSPACE(X1, X2) generates a row vector of 100 linearly
equally spaced points between X1 and X2.

LINSPACE(X1, X2, N) generates N points between X1 and X2.
For N < 2, LINSPACE returns X2.

Modification

LINSPACE  Vector with equally spaced elements.

LINSPACE(X1, X2) generates a row vector of 100 equally
spaced points between X1 and X2, inclusive.

LINSPACE(X1, X2, N) returns X2 for N < 2.

For N >=2, LINSPACE(X1, X2, N) generates a row vector
of floor(N) equally spaced points between X1 and
X2, inclusive.

Hope this helps.

Greg
```
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Greg
10/13/2010 2:56:08 PM

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Hi ! This is, finally, *in topic* ;-) I've got too many "off topic" warnings ;-) I've got a working copy of OS/2 warp 4 (thank you, guys !). In the doc is said that minimum requirement is Pentium 100. I can put it in my 8595-ONG with TurboChip only :-( Do you have a table that summarizes PS/2 models, the OS/2 version that can be installed and sys requirements ? In other word, for example, which version can be installed on a Model 80-386 ? What is the minimum ram ? Do you ever tried OS/2 2.1 for windows ? I found a copy that was distributed with a PC magazine (CD + 2 boot floppies) On Aug 25, 7:00 am, supervinx <superv...@libero.it> wrote: > I've got a working copy of OS/2 warp 4 (thank you, guys !). > In the doc is said that minimum requirement is Pentium 100. > I can put it in my 8595-ONG with TurboChip only :-( You can run Warp 4 in "lesser" machines, I ran the original release of Warp 4 on a 9590-DLG (50MHz 80486 with 16MB of RAM) quite successfully for a long time. The Convenience Packs (re-releases with FixPaks integrated) may have increased the minimum system requirements. > Do you have a table that summarizes PS/2 models, the OS/2 version that > can be installed and sys requirements ? > In other word, for example, which version can be installed on a Model > 80-386 ? What is the minimum ram ? I wouldn't bother with anything less than OS/2 Warp Connect (which is Warp 3 plu...

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LaTex equation numbering like 2.1, 2.2, also 2.0.1, 2.0,2, 2.1.1, etc
David Roach wrote: > Is there a simple command to have latex number > the equations by the section numbers automatically. > > David From the LaTeX Companion (what a wonderful book!) %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % number equations within sections % In preamble \makeatletter \@addtoreset{equation}{section} \makeatother \renewcommand{\theequation}{\thesection.\arabic{equation}} %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Numbers within sections...I use this all the time in articles. Even works with ******************* ******************* Brilliant. And then I got numbering within subsections by repeating and editing (not replacing), so I now have:- (Just after the documentClass command) \makeatletter \@addtoreset{equation}{section} \makeatother \renewcommand{\theequation}{\thesection.\arabic{equation}} \makeatletter \@addtoreset{equation}{subsection} \makeatother \renewcommand{\theequation}{\thesubsection.\arabic{equation}} Bob Bob Marlow schrieb: > David Roach wrote: > >> Is there a simple command to have latex number >> the equations by the section numbers automatically. >> >> David > > From the LaTeX Companion (what a wonderful book!) > > %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% > > % number equations within sections > % In preamble > > \makeatletter > \@addtoreset{equation}{section} > \makeatother > \renewcommand{\theequation}{\thesection.\arabic{equation}} > > %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% [more code] > Hi! I th...

RE: [Stackless] Stackless ported to 2.2.3 #2 #2
This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C36B3B.C85D5C30 Content-Type: text/plain That did the trick. Thanks. Heng Sun Chao System Solution Testing Cognos Inc. 738-1338 x 5051 -----Original Message----- From: Christian Tismer [mailto:tismer@tismer.com] Sent: Monday, August 25, 2003 2:26 PM To: Chao, Heng Sun Cc: Pythonistas; Stackless@tismer.com Subject: Re: [Stackless] Stackless ported to 2.2.3 Chao, Heng Sun wrote: > I did so. The help works fine. However, I remember there was some > variable I had to set to make the recursion work for 100000. Right now, > recursion dies at before 1000 depth. sys.setrecursionlimit is a standard Python function. ciao - chris -- Christian Tismer :^) <mailto:tismer@tismer.com> Mission Impossible 5oftware : Have a break! Take a ride on Python's Johannes-Niemeyer-Weg 9a : *Starship* http://starship.python.net/ 14109 Berlin : PGP key -> http://wwwkeys.pgp.net/ work +49 30 89 09 53 34 home +49 30 802 86 56 pager +49 173 24 18 776 PGP 0x57F3BF04 9064 F4E1 D754 C2FF 1619 305B C09C 5A3B 57F3 BF04 whom do you want to sponsor today? http://www.stackless.com/ Join us at Cognos' biggest event of the year Enterprise 2003, The Cognos Business Forum. Taking place in over 25 cities around the world, it's an opportunity for Busine...

The mod_perl 2.0.2 + apache v2.2.3 #2
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I'm trying to run applications that need glibc 2.2.4 in a Linux (formerly RH 7.2, but kernel + most apps + gcc + glibc updated) box whose current glibc is 2.3.2 (obtained from Fedora's glibc-2.3.2-101.4.i386.rpm). I have several questions where I'd appreciate some help. - checking the version definitions for both runtime loaders (RTLs, or ld-linux.so), I see that: - both RTLs define ld-linux.so.2, GLIBC_2.0, GLIBC_2.1 - ld-2.2.4.so defines versions GLIBC_2.1.1, GLIBC_2.2, GLIBC_2.2.3, which ld-2.3.2.so does not - ld-2.3.2.so defines GLIBC_PRIVATE and GLI...

The mod_perl 2.0.2 + apache v2.2.3 #2
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wxGTK 2.4.2 issues (GTK 2.2.4)
Hello all, I tried the first time my wxMSW application on Linux with wxGTK and I experienced following issues und would like to know if it is a GTK limitation or wx' one: - Loading .xpm - files in .xrc - resources doesn't work (no handler) But perhaps in a toolbar wxBitmap("myIcon_16.xpm") works. - No "real" MDI support and no StatusBar support for Childframes (this _should_ be documented) - wxTE_RIGHT does not work for wxTextCtrl - wxListCtrl in wxLC_ICON - Style aligns the icons to the left. I know that's a Win32-Feature to align the icons "centre" but Evolution also supports this (perhaps Gnome feature?) Thanks, Michael Forstner --------------------------------------------------------------------- Please read http://www.wxwindows.org/mlhowto.htm before posting. To unsubscribe, e-mail: wx-users-unsubscribe@lists.wxwindows.org For additional commands, e-mail: wx-users-help@lists.wxwindows.org ...

ANNOUNCE: AFS Perl API 2.2.2 released #2
AFS Perl API Version 2.2.2 I am pleased to announce the AFS Perl API 2.2.2 release The AFS module bundle is a dynamically loadable extension to Perl. It gives the AFS user and administrator access to many of the AFS programming APIs, allowing you to make these calls directly from Perl, rather then processing the output of a command. The AFS module bundle is a thin layer above the low-level AFS APIs. Where To Get It The version 2.2.2 is now available at http://www.MPA-Garching.MPG.de/~nog/perl/AFS-2.2.2.tar.gz http://www.cpan.org/authors/id/N/NO/NOG/AFS-2.2.2.tar.gz This release should work on all UNIX/Linux platforms which have AFS API interfaces and the appropriate C compilation environment. User visible changes in this release - improved test drivers - improved Make scripts including checks for Perl "unthreaded" version For more information about the current state of the AFS Perl API, check my "AFS Perl API Kwiki" site at: http://www.mpa-garching.mpg.de/kwiki/nog/afsperl/ Share and Enjoy! Norbert -- Ceterum censeo | PGP encrypted mail preferred. Redmond esse delendam. | PGP Key at www.MPA-Garching.MPG.de/~nog/ ...

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