query regarding matrix manipulation

Discussion in 'MATLAB' started by mahesh kumar, Mar 2, 2006.

  1. mahesh kumar

    mahesh kumar Guest

    i am recieving an error" matrix is singular to precision" while
    computing gaussian probability. how can i avoid it? i need help
    mahesh kumar
    mahesh kumar, Mar 2, 2006
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    Ken Davis Guest

    Either fix your code, if you have an error, or don't us a singular matrix!
    Ken Davis, Mar 2, 2006
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  3. mahesh kumar

    mahesh Guest

    how can i know that matrix is singular by just seeing it? error
    during second iteration. code is ok during first iteration.
    thanks 4 reply
    mahesh, Mar 2, 2006
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    Ken Davis Guest

    I don't know why there would be any iterations involved computing with
    gaussian probability. Indeed, I don't even know what function(s) you are
    calling. But, of course, how could I know those things, since you have not
    posted them. When you composed your post, just what kind of help were you
    expecting to get from the little bit of information you posted? What kind of
    answer were you hoping for? How did you think we could help you? Ponder
    these questions as you compose your next query. Think about what information
    you could provide to help someone to help you. Think about what kind of
    things they might need to know to answer your question... and include them.
    Ken Davis, Mar 2, 2006
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    mahesh Guest

    hello sir
    i have tried to send you the matlab programs in which error is
    coming. but failure notice comes every time tried to send u the
    mail. pls give ur another mail id to which i can send attachments.
    mahesh, Mar 3, 2006
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    Ken Davis Guest

    This is a group discussion. Don't send anything to me. Post it to this
    Ken Davis, Mar 3, 2006
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