--- a/gabor/col2diag.m +++ b/gabor/col2diag.m @@ -2,15 +2,15 @@ %COL2DIAG Move columns of a matrix to diagonals % Usage: cout=col2diag(cin); % -% COL2DIAG(cin) will rearrange the elements in the square matrix cin so -% that columns of cin appears as diagonals. Column number _n will appear -% as diagonal number _-n and _L-n, where _L is the size of the matrix. +% `col2diag(cin)` will rearrange the elements in the square matrix *cin* so +% that columns of *cin* appears as diagonals. Column number *n* will appear +% as diagonal number $-n$ and $L-n$, where *L* is the size of the matrix. % % The function is its own inverse. % -% COL2DIAG performs the underlying coordinate transform for spreading +% `col2diag` performs the underlying coordinate transform for spreading % function and Kohn-Nirenberg calculus in the finite, discrete setting. -%M +% % See also: spreadop, spreadfun, tconv % AUTHOR : Peter Soendergaard. @@ -29,4 +29,4 @@ end; cout=comp_col2diag(full(cin)); -%OLDFORMAT +