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How can I find a sub matrix of a matrix (of any size) where this happens:(Homework question)

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For example:
A = [21 25 -5 4; 21 25 -5 4; 22 26 21 22; 21 25 25 26; 21 25 -5 21];
the sub matrix of A is
B = [21 25 -5; 22 26 21];
Both B and B' are sub arrays of A
I can use size and length functions only...

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Matt J
Matt J el 6 de En. de 2013
Editada: Matt J el 6 de En. de 2013
Hint: First I would concentrate on the special case B=A. How would you test equality between A and B without using commands like ALL, ISEQUAL, etc...? Once you've solved that part, you can just loop over all submatrices and apply the same comparison function.
I'm assuming you are allowed to use for-loops and math operators like &, +, -, ==, etc... even though there are functions that these operators call. Otherwise, I think the whole thing is impossible.
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Zaza el 6 de En. de 2013
B=A if A is symmetric
do i need to use nested for-loops?
Image Analyst
Image Analyst el 6 de En. de 2013
Yes, four of them should do it. One to move the rectangular window (the size of B or B') along rows and columns of A, and inside that nested pair of for loops, another pair to check the values of A inside the window for matches with corresponding elements of B and B'. Make sure you calculate the starting and stopping indexes of the for loop correctly so that you don't go outside the arrays.

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