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Scilab Help >> Elementary Functions > Complex > conj

conj

Complex conjugate

Syntax

[y] = conj(x)

Arguments

x,y

Matrices of real or complex numbers (full or sparse storage). Matrices of polynomials or rationals, with real or complex coefficients.

Description

conj(x) components are the complex conjugate of x components.

Examples

x = [1+%i, -%i; %i, 2*%i];
conj(x)
x'-conj(x)  //x'  is conjugate transpose

// With polynomials:
x = [%z-%i 2*%i %i*%z^2-1]
conj(x)

// With rationals:
A = [ %z/(1-%z)  (1-%z)/%z^2]
B = A(1,[2 1])
C = A + %i*B
conj(C)
B,imag(conj(C))

See also

  • quote — (') transpose operator, string delimiter

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Last updated:
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