### MATLAB >> GAUSS code

I will appreciate to whom tell me how to use the GAUSS code language
in the Matlab 6.5. There are some functions for Monte Carlo
application that the matlab do not recognize. Like seqa or seqm.

### MATLAB >> GAUSS code

In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,

I go into the posh French restaurant, and order in fluent
Cantonese. Why don't they ever get my meal right?

In your case, its Gauss, as opposed to Matlab. Why would
code written in one language work in the other?

John

--
The best material model of a cat is another, or
preferably the same, cat.
A. Rosenblueth, Philosophy of Science, 1945

### MATLAB >> GAUSS code

John D'Errico:
<SNIP down to essentials...

but - <john>! do you really need a hint:

all(ismember('french','cantonese'))

:-)
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### MATLAB >> GAUSS code

GAUSS.ZIP in the Matlab Central File Exchange
has some of the functions that you need (and u don't have to learn
French)

```Hi,

I'm trying to transfer a script from the 'Gauss' software to Matlab.
The 2 softwares are very similar but the first one is a kind of
precursor.
My problem is the following: I've used the optimization function
called 'optmum' in Gauss but can't find the corresponding one in
Matlab. I've found one called 'fminunc' but I don't get the same
results.
Does anybody know this function and can help me?
Many Thanks
Regards
Ron
```

```Hi all.

just wondering the different between "Gauss" and "Gauss Engine" softwares?
```

```I'm trying to implement a gauss-seidel solution. But, I can't figure
out where my problem is? I've looked at resources all over the web but
my bug still exists..

function [ x ] = GS( a, b )
%TEST Summary of this function goes here
%   Detailed explanation goes here

n = length(b);
xs = zeros(n, 1);
x = xs;
residual = 1;

while (residual > 10^-3)
x = xs;
for ii=1:n
sum1 = 0.0;
sum2 = 0.0;

for jj = 1: ii-1
sum1=sum1+a(ii,jj) * xs(jj);
end

for jj = ii : n
sum2 = sum2 + a(ii,jj) * x(jj);
end

r(ii) = b(ii) - sum1 -sum2;
end

for ii=1:n
xs(ii) = x(ii) + r(ii)/a(ii, ii);
end
r = b - a*xs;

residual = norm(r);

end

>> A

A =

14    24     3
4    54     6
74     8     9

>> b

b =

4
5
6

>> GS(A, b)

It never converges.

Thanks for any insight.