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ASCEND is a flexible modelling environment for solving hard engineering and science problems.

It offers:
- an object-oriented model description language for describing your system,
- an interactive user interface that allows you to solve your model and explore the effect of changing the model parameters
- a scripting environment that allows you to automate your more complex simulation problems.



D = DISTMAT(X,Y) for matrices X and Y returns the distance matrix where the (i,j)th entry is the d-norm distance between the ith and jth row of X and Y respectively.

DISTMAT(X,Y,d) computes a specific d-norm distance. Default=2



DISTMATLATLON Computes distance matrix between list of coords in X and Y
D = DISTMATLATLON(X,Y) for matrices X and Y, with columns [Lat Lon],
returns the distance matrix where the (i,j)th entry is the distance
between the i'th...



By default, the sort order for queries in WordPress is descending. This will produce posts in reverse chronological order, the desired result for most blogs. However, in some cases, it may be desirable to have posts in ascending order. When...