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concepts of programming languages robert w sebesta Reviews Category:Education books Category:English non-fiction books Category:American non-fiction books Category:2012 non-fiction booksQ: Inverse of a matrix in Octave I was trying to compute the inverse of a square matrix in Octave. I took the inverse of the matrix by using the command inv(). However, the output of inv() was very large (It was a 200-by-200 matrix). When I checked the matrix the rows and columns were transposed from the original matrix. Why is that so? A: The reason is that the output of inv() is transposed. To check this, use the command A=inv(A). You will then see that A is a 200 x 200 matrix. You can manually transpose the matrix and then use inv() on it, but it is much faster and more convenient to use Matlab's built-in tranpose command on a matrix. For example, Matlab's inv(A) is equivalent to A.'. Submarine cable systems, also referred to as point-to-point systems, are in common use. In such systems, a single active circuit is installed at a customer location, and a single passive circuit is installed at a hub location. A circuit may be either single or multi-pair and may be twisted-pair or coaxial, depending on the customer's requirements. Such systems are typically used for data communication, either for transmitting data traffic, for example Internet data traffic, or voice traffic, such as voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) traffic. Examples of such systems include the variants of the FSL (fiber-strand-loop) system as defined in ITU (International Telecommunications Union) standards G.813 and G.814, and the variants of the FTN (fiber-to-the-node) system as defined in ITU-T recommendation G.821. The FSL and FTN systems use twisted-pair wire as the active medium, and the interface equipment between a submarine cable and a customer's premises or a network node comprises a power source. The voltage source of a submarine cable is typically a high-voltage power source, e.g. 1.2 kV. The voltage is typically stepped down by a dedicated transformer from the high-voltage source to a high-volt




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