Re: Particular structure

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• Subject: [mg33558] Re: Particular structure
• From: Erich Mueller <emueller at mps.ohio-state.edu>
• Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2002 04:09:06 -0500 (EST)
• Organization: Ohio State University
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```You could make a table of the f's using outer

Outer[f[#1, #2, z] &,
Table[Subscript[x, n], {n, 5}],
Table[Subscript[y, n], {n, 5}]]

Then just map the operation onto each row/column as appropriate.

Erich

On Fri, 29 Mar 2002, Yas wrote:

> G'day,
> How do I go about achieving the structured list below,
>
> {f[x1, y1, z], ... , f[xn, y1, z]}
>
> followed by some operation on the above list (e.g Fold), store the
> result and then, do the same again for other y values, as in,
>
> {f[x1, ym, z], ... , f[xn, ym, z]}
>
> until the last value of ym.
>
> In summary, the n values of x get slotted in first for one value of y
> then the resulting list is evaluated, the answer stored, values of x get
> slotted in again, y is incremented and so forth until all (m) values of
> y have been done.
>
> Thanks
> Yas
>
>
>

```

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