compute the dimensions of a MapleMatrix or MatlabMatrix using Maple
MapleMatrix, or MatlabMatrix
The command dimensions computes the size of a matrix. This command is equivalent to the Matlab[size] command.
Use dimensions for computing dimensions of Maple variables, and Matlab[size] for computing the dimensions of MATLAB® variables.
If X is a string, then the size is computed using MATLAB®.
Executing the dimensions command returns an integer list with n elements for an n-dimensional object. For example, a 3x4 matrix is two-dimensional, therefore a list with two elements is returned. Each element corresponds to the size of that dimension. For the 3x4 matrix, the returned list is [3, 4].
Setting two Maple matrices.
maplematrix_a ≔ Matrix⁡1,2,3,3,4,5
maplematrix_b ≔ Matrix⁡8,7,6,3,2,1
The dimensions of these matrices in Maple are computed as
The matrices are set in the MATLAB® session
The product of maplematrix_a*maplematrix_b is computed in MATLAB® and the result is assigned to matlabmatrix_c. The dimensions of the new matrix are determined with the Maple call.
MatlabevalM⁡matlabmatrix_c = matlabmatrix_a * matlabmatrix_b
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