Asked by Nilanjan Roy
on 29 May 2012

Hi I have a 100x100 matrix, A. I am doing the following:

q=0:0.1:50;sym k; for j=1:length(q)

B1(j)=sum(exp(q(j)*A(k,1)), k=1..100); end for j=1:length(q)

B2(j)=sum(exp(q(j)*A(k,2)), k=1..100); end .................................. .................................. for j=1:length(q)

B100(j)=sum(exp(q(j)*A(k,100)), k=1..100); end

The problem is perhaps with the command but I tried with both sum/symsum and some other variations. But always matlab gives one or the other error.

It would be very helpful if someone could suggest some "correct" command. Thanks a ton.

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Answer by Geoff
on 29 May 2012

Accepted answer

I would expect this to work:

B = zeros(length(q), size(A,2)); for j = 1:length(q) B(j,:) = sum( exp(q(j)*A) ); end

Nilanjan Roy
on 29 May 2012

Geoff
on 29 May 2012

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## Walter Roberson (view profile)

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