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Re: Programatically creating delayed

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  • Subject: [mg110255] Re: Programatically creating delayed
  • From: "Stuart Nettleton" <Stuart.Nettleton at uts.edu.au>
  • Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2010 08:09:43 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: University of Technology, Sydney
  • References: <201006081106.HAA18787@smc.vnet.net>

Hi Lenoid,
Your extended function is much appreciated. It will be even more useful  
now you have generalised it. I have avoided using Hold until now because  
it seemed to be quite an advanced topic. As you will see from my next  
question, I am still a bit vague when it comes to this function.
My intended use for your assignElementsFull function is in a modelling  
application that I simplify to the following for illustration:
Clear[Prev, eqns, a, b];
Prev[vec_] := Flatten[{First[vec], Most[vec]}];
eqns = {a == Prev[b], b == Table[1, {3}]};
lhs = Map[ToString[#] &, Cases[eqns, Equal[m_, n_] -> m]]
Scan[assignElementsFull[#, "element", 3] &, lhs]
eqns2 = Flatten[Map[Thread[#] &, eqns]]
Solve[eqns2, Flatten[lhs]]

I would like to isolate the left hand side of the equations without  
evaluation, and then use these variables to create element vectors. Then I  
would like to use the variables in the vector form. My experiments using  
Hold to eliminate the errors have not yet been satisfactory. Please excuse  
my laborious syntax!
Would you be able to suggest a way forward?
Many thanks,
Stuart

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