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atanhm

matrix hyperbolic tangent inverse

Syntax

t=atanhm(x)

Arguments

x

a real or complex square matrix.

t

a real or complex square matrix.

Description

atanhm(x) is the matrix hyperbolic tangent inverse of matrix x. Results may be inaccurate if x is not symmetric.

Examples

A=[1,2;3,4];
tanhm(atanhm(A))

See also

  • atanh — hyperbolic tangent inverse
  • tanhm — matrix hyperbolic tangent
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