#include<iostream>
using namespace std;
class matrix
{
int row,col,**p;
public :
matrix()
{
row=0;
col=0;
p=NULL;
}
matrix(int,int);
~matrix();
void read();
void display();
void add(matrix,matrix);
void mult(matrix,matrix);
};
matrix :: matrix(int r,int c)
{
row =r;
col =c;
p =new int*[row];
for(int i=0;i<row;i++)
p[i] =new int[col];
}
matrix :: ~matrix

People may already know the theme in XMind. Esp. the theme-extracting feature can extract all attribute settings of topics, relationships, lines, boundaries and etc. This also means applying a theme to the map will modify all these elements in it. But what if we just want to change the relationship, topic, or boundary only?

I am trying to make a projection matrix scaling the screen and making a coordination system. For some reason I don't think any of my matrix calling is working...

I've been looking at the documentation and the only drawBitmap() that allows a Matrix as parameter doesn't take any kind of screen coordinates by parameter.

I'm using the following code to draw my bitmap with a matrix rotation:

Matrix matrix = new Matrix();
matrix.setRotate(rotation,bitmap.getWidth()/2,bitmap.getHeight()/2);
canvas.drawBitmap(bitmap, matrix, null);

Which of course draws my bit

I'm reading official Android OpenGL ES 2.0 tutorial, and I noticed something.

I'm using this code:

Matrix matrix = new Matrix();
Bitmap bitmap = (Bitmap) BitmapFactory.decodeResource(getResources(), R.drawable.base);
matrix.setRotate(R0);
matrix.postTranslate(bitmap.getWidth()/2, bitmap.getHeight()/2);
Bitmap b = Bitmap.createBitmap(bitmap, 0, 0, bitmap.getWidth(), bitmap.getHeight(), matrix, true);
canvas.

I am trying to set a matrix of an image which I changed from original by zooming and panning. The new matrix value is not set when I want to show the same picture with the changed matrix.

I could get the matrix by getting the

imageView.getImageMatrix();

When I try to set it on a next view on a different activity on same image, its not changing the values.

this is a boot animation that i converted from the intro of matrix 1 movie.

Hello everybody,

Three conductors are being simulated in Maxwell with a peak current. From Maxwell I extract the impedance matrix (3x3 matrix) of the three conductors. Conductors are placed on top of each other so there will be mutual inductances and resistances.