Substituting a number for NaN in anonymous function
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I'm trying unsuccessfully to substitute a number for NaN in anonymous function. Here it's an example of the problem. Bear with it's silliness please:
g=@(x) (~isnan(f(x))).*f(x) + (isnan(f(x))).*1;
I'd expect that g(0)=1, but it's still NaN. What is wrong in the way that I defined g?
Alfonso Nieto-Castanon 2015-1-13
编辑：Alfonso Nieto-Castanon 2015-1-13
There may be "cleaner" ways to do this but one possibility would be:
g = @(x) [f(x) 1]*sparse(1+isnan(f(x)),1,1,2,1);
EDIT: and as others have pointed out the problem with your original g function is that, when f(x) is NaN, you get 0*NaN + 1*1 which still evaluates to NaN...
Star Strider 2015-1-13
If you want to define L’Hospital’s rule, you have to define it specifically. In the IEEE standard that MATLAB implements, 0/0 is NaN.
See if this works in your application:
n = @(x) 2.*x; % Numerator Function
d = @(x) x; % Denominator Function
Lh = @(n,d,x) (n(x+1E-12)-n(x)) ./ (d((x+1E-12)-d(x))); % L’Hospital’s RUle
Lh0 = Lh(n,d,0) % Evaluating AT 0
Lh2 = Lh(n,d,2) % Evalutaing At 2