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Learn how to calculate the dot product between two vectors using matlab. We will also learn how to enter and calculate the vector cross product using matlab.

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This video shows how to work with constant and product blocks in matlab/simulink software

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Large memristor arrays composed of hafnium oxide are demonstrated with suitability for computing matrix operations at higher power efficiency than digital systems. The nonmemory application of memristors is performed in an analog computing platform. Computational operations with 6-bit equivalent precision are shown and utilized to directly compute neural network inference within a memristor crossbar. This is reported by Miao Hu, Catherine E. Graves, Can Li, Yunning Li, Ning Ge, Eric Montgomery, Noraica Davila, Hao Jiang, R. Stanley Williams, J. Joshua Yang, Qiangfei Xia, and John Paul Strachan in the article https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.201705914. To know more, please go to the Advanced Materials homepage.

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Learn how to model a typical field-oriented controller architecture in Simulink® and Simscape Electrical™. This example shows field-oriented control of an induction motor.
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The video shows how to use Simscape Electrical to build a model that includes a squirrel cage asynchronous machine, a power inverter, voltage source, a power transformer, and a rectifier. The video explains how you can change parameters of various blocks in the model including motor parameters, switching devices in the inverter, and parameters of the transformer to customize the model for your application.
It demonstrates how phase currents and phase voltages can be measured from the model. It also shows how to model a mechanical load on the motor shaft. A proper choice of simulation solver is discussed to achieve the right balance of simulation speed and accuracy.
The video then explains how to model various components of a field-oriented controller. Those include proportinal-integral (PI) controllers for the inner current loops and outer speed and flux loops, Park and Clarke transforms, and space vector PWM generator, as well as an observer for estimating rotor position and speed.
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This video is a review of the dot product. It includes how to calculate the scalar dot product and the angle between two vectors.
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Theory of dot and cross products, and it's calculations in Matlab

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By Vishnu Jujhala and Vinod Kumar, Graduate Student At Texas Tech University, Spring 2015

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Dot and Cross Product in Matlab
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Learn more about field-oriented control: http://bit.ly/2QrXMMd
Learn how field-oriented control provides high-performance torque or speed control for various motor types, including induction motor, permanent magnet synchronous machines (PMSMs), and brushless DC (BLDC) motors.
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The video introduces a typical field-oriented controller architecture and explains various components involved. Those include AC motor, power inverter, Clarke, Park, and inverse Park transforms, inner-loop current controller, optional outer-loop speed or flux controller, space vector modulator algorithm, and an optional rotor speed and position observer.
The video explains how Park and Clarke transforms are used to simplify computations by converting AC current and voltage waveform into DC signals. Continuous and discontinuous modulation schemes for space vector modulation are discussed.
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MATLAB demonstration computing dot products and cross products of 3D vectors in Calc 3

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Implement and automatically tune a field-oriented control system that controls the flux and torque of a three-phase induction motor.
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The control system consists of four PI controllers. The rotor speed and flux controllers in the outer loop provide references to the current controllers in the inner loop using the measured rotor speed and three-phase stator current as well as the Clarke and Park transformations. The four PI controllers are tuned using the Closed-Loop PID Autotuner block in a single simulation. This block injects an excitation signal during closed-loop plant operation to estimate the plant frequency response and automatically tune the PID gains. Based on the PID outputs, a PWM Generator module is used to generate the gate control pulses for the semiconductor switches in the machine-side power inverter, such that the desired flux and torque specifications are met. The Closed-Loop PID Autotuner block is part of Simulink Control Design™ since MATLAB® R2018a and the induction motor and power converters have been modeled in Simscape Power Systems™.
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This demonstration uses a car to show how you can simulate open- and closed-loop systems in Simulink®.
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First, you will learn how to model and tune open-loop systems. The goal of the demonstration is to maintain the speed of a car. Then, you’ll explore the behavior of the open-loop system in the presence of a disturbance. To illustrate disturbance rejection, the video shows how to model and simulate a feedback control system . You will gain insight into how feedback control compensates for disturbance. You’ll investigate signals such as error (in this example, the error is the difference between the measured and desired output), actuating signal (here, the actuating signal is the pedal’s position) and system output (in this example, the output is speed).

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clear;clc;
load('data.txt');figure(1);scatter3(data(:,1),data(:,2),data(:,3),'.')
%%
hold on;scatter3(42.706,88.286,70.656,'diamond','r')
PCA=pca(data);%use Principal component analysis method
e1=PCA(:,1)'; e2=PCA(:,2)' ;e3=PCA(:,3)'; % 3 principal vector(3 eigenvector) of "data"
n1=[1 0 0] ; n2=[0 1 0] ; n3=[0 0 1]; % 3 unit vector Ox,Oy,Oz
%[PCA,~,lamda] = pca(data);%use this syntax to find eigenvalue of data. lamda is eigenvalue corresponding to 3 eigenvector (e1,e2,e3)
% --------Conclusion1: each eigvector(each Principal component)is unit vector(e1,e2,e3) ---------------------%
% --------Conclusion2: each eigvector(each Principal component) is always perpendicular to each other--------%
% --------It means that "dot product" or "scalar product" of each eigvector is equal to zero-----------------%
% --------Using the below syntax to find "scalar product" of 2 vector----------------------------------------%
% dot(e1,e2); % dot(e1,e3); % dot(e2,e3);
% --------Conclusion3: norm(||..x..||)of each eigvector(e1,e2,e3) is always equal to one-----%
% --------Using the below syntax to find "norm" of each eigvector----------------------------%
% norm(e1); % norm(e2); % norm(e3);
%% transformation matrix from "e" space to "n" space
R=[e1;e2;e3]; % rotation matrix. % match with xyz (e1//n1, e2//n2, e3//n3)
% R=[e3;e2;e1]; % If e1//n3, e2//n2, e3//n1
%%
newdata=(R*data')';
figure(2); n = fitNormal(newdata,1); grid on;
% https://jp.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/37775-plane-fitting-and-normal-calculation
% create the input data: data = rand(50,3)*100; data(:,3) = data(:,1) * .4 + data(:,2) * .6 + rand(50,1);
-------------------------------------GENERAL CASE------------------------------------------
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%% Load input 3D data
clear;clc;filename = 'test.txt'; inputfile = importfile(filename);
P = inputfile(:,1:3);%get data=coordinate(x,y,z) from set of data
x = P(:,1) ; y = P(:,2) ;z = P(:,3) ; % get (x,y,z) coordinate
x0 = x-mean(x) ; y0 = y-mean(y) ; z0 = z-mean(z) ; % remove mean
P1 = [x0 y0 z0] ; %this step to bring the coord of P near to the origin. The new coord will be created
scatter3(P1(:,1),P1(:,2),P1(:,3),'b.');%plot new coord of P1
HA=[min(P1(:,1)) min(P1(:,2)) max(P1(:,3))+1];%just for better visualaztion
hold on;scatter3(HA(:,1),HA(:,2),HA(:,3),'g.');%just for better visualaztion
%% Finding principal vector of 3D data P
PCA=pca(P);
e1=PCA(:,1)'; e2=PCA(:,2)' ;e3=PCA(:,3)'; % 3 principal vector(3 eigenvector) of "input data"
n1=[1 0 0] ; n2=[0 1 0] ; n3=[0 0 1]; % 3 unit vector Ox,Oy,Oz
%% transformation matrix from "e" space to "n" space
R=[e2;e1;e3]; % rotation matrix , match with xyz (e1//n2, e2//n1, e3//n3)
% R=[e1;e2;e3]; % rotation matrix , match with xyz (e1//n1, e2//n2, e3//n3)
% R=[e3;e2;e1]; % If e1//n3, e2//n2, e3//n1
%% Finding the new rotate data
newdata1=(R*P1')';%new data corresponding to P1 coordinate
hold on; scatter3(newdata1(:,1),newdata1(:,2),newdata1(:,3),'r.');
newdata=[newdata1(:,1)+mean(x),newdata1(:,2)+mean(y),newdata1(:,3)+mean(z)];
%% Plot the original & rotation 3D data
figure;scatter3(P(:,1),P(:,2),P(:,3),'b.');
hold on;scatter3(newdata(:,1),newdata(:,2),newdata(:,3),'r.');
HA=[min(P(:,1)) min(P(:,2)) max(P(:,3))+1];%just for better visualaztion
hold on;scatter3(HA(:,1),HA(:,2),HA(:,3),'g.');%just for better visualaztion
legend('original data(P)','rotated data(newdata)');title({'Plot the rotation matrix 3D point data';'(FINAL RESULT)'});
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MATLAB

In this video I explain how to use the Dot Product to help change coordinate systems.

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TheMrHandyMan

This video shows the difference between the dot and cross products.
With the vectors [a,b,c] and [x,y,z], the dot product results in the scalar a*x + b*y + c*z.
The cross product results the vector [b*z-c*y, c*x-a*z, a*y-b*x].

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Edward Shore

Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and exponentiation in Matlab.
Software: Matlab
Version: 2017a.
Topics:
1:30 - Addition (+) operator
4:10 - Multiplication (*) operator
5:28 - The 'clear' and 'clc' commands
6:35 - Multiplication (*), the dot product
8:32 - Multiplication (*), element by element
9:05 - Division (/,\) operator, "left" and "right" divisions
10:21 - Solving multiple linear equations using the "right" division
12:12 - Division (/) operator, element by element
12:30 - Division by zero
12:56 - Exponentiation (*) operator

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Yusri Yusup

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Matlab vector examples are defined and various vector operations (component-wise operations, scalar product, etc.) are examined and performed in Matlab.
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Adam Panagos

This is part 2 of my tutorial ! I cover
1) Introduction to Simulink
2) Connect VRML world to Simulink model
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4) Post processing results in MATLAB as an array

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The objective is to control the composition of the product by adjusting the reflux ratio for a continuous distillation column. The Simulink simulator is available at http://apmonitor.com/che436/uploads/Main/sp10.zip - this simulator is used to generate a step response and to add a PID controller for testing. See http://apmonitor.com/pdc/index.php/Main/DistillationControl for the full problem statement.

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INCA-VLINK a allows the deployment of Simulink® models as executable programs running on standard Windows PCs.This video introduces the main product features and shows how to work with the product.
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Math Tutor Series for Matlab Programming.

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This Course Focusing on the Essential Skills you should have if you are using or intended to use MATLAB, the course is about 61 tutorial each of them not more than 15 min, and includes the followings:
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Sect 24 - Adding and Subtracting Vectors and Multiplying Vectors by a Scalar
Sect 25 - Calculating the Vector Dot Product and Cross Product
Sect 26 - Finding the Mean, Sum, and Length of a Vector
Sect 27 - Extracting a Subset of Vector Elements
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Sect 29 - Joining Vectors Together
Sect 30 - Multiplying and Dividing Vectors Element-by-Element
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Sect 32 - Creating Vectors with Random Elements
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Sect 34 - Working with Vectors using the Symbolic Math Toolbox
Sect 35 - Inputting Matrices and Extracting Elements - Part 1
Sect 36 - Inputting Matrices and Extracting Elements - Part 2
Sect 37 - Adding and Subtracting Matrices and Multiplying by a Scalar
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Sect 39 - Multiplying and Dividing Matrices Element-by-Element
Sect 40 - Finding the Length, Size, Sum, and Number of Elements in a Matrix
Sect 41 - Joining Matrices Together
Sect 42 - Apply Mathematical Functions to Matrices
Sect 43 - Creating an Identity Matrix
Sect 44 - Matrix Transpose, Diagonal Elements, and LU Decomposition
Sect 45 - Solving A System of Equations using Row Reduced Echelon Form
Sect 46 - Matrix Determinant, Inverse, Trace, and Rank
Sect 47 - Matrix Norm, EigenValues, and the Characteristic Polynomial
Sect 48 - Working with Matrices and the Symbolic Math Toolbox
Sect 49 - Solving Algebraic Equations
Sect 50 - Solving Systems of Linear Equations
Sect 51 - Solving Algebraic Equations Symbolically
Sect 52 - Solving Systems of Algebraic Equations Symbolically
Sect 53 - Defining Mathematical Functions
Sect 54 - Taking Derivatives in Calculus
Sect 55 - Evaluating Derivatives at a Point
Sect 56 - Taking Partial Derivatives in Calculus
Sect 57 - Indefinite and Definite Integrals
Sect 58 - Taking Limits in Calculus
Sect 59 - Basic Scatter Plots
Sect 60 - Plotting Functions
Sect 61 - Changing Plot Appearance

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MathWorks coder products for MATLAB®, Simulink®, and Stateflow® share a common coder engine that is increasingly optimized for design patterns used by engineers in computer vision and automated driving/ADAS applications.
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Luis Sanchez

This video covers the arriving at a target, i.e. slowing down on approach.
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The Coding Train

In this video, we use QGen static analysis capabilities to detect a potential division by zero.

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Matteo Bordin

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BETA CAE Systems

Сlutch - a necessary element of the transmission. How to implement it, will be discussed in this video.
Сцепление - необходимый элемент трансмиссии. О том, как его реализовать, пойдет речь в данном видео.
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Иван Новожилов

To input the value of the matrix
a=[1 2 3;4 5 6;7 8 9];
b=[9 8 7;6 5 4;3 2 1];
To add
a+b
To subtract
b-a
To find transpose
a'
To find the inverse
inv(a)

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NishantTeaches

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Edupedia World

How to find determinant & inverse of a Matrix in MATLAB?

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http://www.FreedomUniversity.TV. A series of tutorial videos and examples on using matlab to solve problems. For questions, please contact Professor Santiago at [email protected] or visit the above website.

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