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eig-function, octave vs matlab

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: eig-function, octave vs matlab
Date: Sat, 27 Jan 2007 15:31:00 -0500

On 27-Jan-2007, Alexander Sprafke wrote:

| I am working on octave 2.9.9 on linux. I am trying to port some  
| matlab code into octave. Actually, I am through so far, but noticed  
| that results computed with octave differ slightly (but still  
| significantely) from those computed with matlab.
| I spotted some lines which may be the reason, under matlab:
| [EXY,K2] = eig(M,'nobalance')
| Since octave's eig-function doesn't know about the nobalance-option,  
| I just changes this line to:
| [EXY,K2] = eig(M)
| otherwise octave wouldn't run the code. Maybe this is the reason of  
| the different results I obtain, so my question is:
| How do I get octave to act like matlab concerning above's command?

You haven't given us enough detail to help you, much less fix any
problem in Octave that you might have found.

If you think you have found a bug in Octave, please submit a
*complete* bug report to the bug list at address@hidden  Please read before submitting your report so you
will know what information to include so that someone might actually
be able to reproduce and fix the problem.


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