how to integrate over array boundaries

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sarngon on 19 Mar 2015
Answered: Salah Djerouni on 8 Feb 2020
Hi Guys ,
I want to write a code which includes an array like x=[1 2 3;4 5 6] and
my function is
f=@(y) (y-x).^2
Q= integral ( f,0,x);
. I couldn't be successful about it and I need help how can I take an integral over array boundries like this.

Answers (3)

Roger Stafford
Roger Stafford on 19 Mar 2015
If you consult the website:
you will find that 'integral' does not accept arrays for its integration limits. You must use scalar (individual numbers) quantities for these limits. This means of course that you will have to use for-loop constructs to compute Q in a corresponding matrix for each of the separate values in x.

Mike Hosea
Mike Hosea on 19 Mar 2015
Edited: Mike Hosea on 19 Mar 2015
Two steps to set it up. First make it work with a scalar x:
>> Qscalarx = @(x)integral(@(y)(y - x).^2,0,x);
Now vectorize it with ARRAYFUN:
>> Q = @(x)arrayfun(Qscalarx,x);
Now use it.
>> Q([1 2 3;4 5 6])
ans =
0.33333 2.6667 9
21.333 41.667 72
Mike Hosea
Mike Hosea on 20 Mar 2015
Then you need to put p(w) in there everywhere you have just p, and each term involving w anywhere must use an element-wise operator rather than a matrix operator when it connects with other terms depending on w.
Qscalarx = @(x)integral(@(w)k1*(x-w)*(k*l*vi/(wr*ccons)).*(((1+p(w)*l)*vi/ccons).^(k-1)).*2.71.^((-((1+p(w)*l)*vi/ccons)).^k),0,x);
I'd probably define a couple of constants here.
c1 = kr*(k*l*vi/(wr*ccons));
c2 = vi/ccons;
Qscalarx = @(x)integral(@(w)c1*(x-w).*(((1+p(w)*l)*c2).^(k-1)).*2.71.^((-((1+p(w)*l)*c2)).^k),0,x);

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Salah Djerouni
Salah Djerouni on 8 Feb 2020
Professor Mike Hosea,
if you possible to help me ,i want to calculate intensity arrias with the equation below in matlab sure :
a(t) is vector of acceleration
t : is vector of time

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