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Opposite of gradient matlab | The gradient is a linear operator that sends continuously differentiable scalar fields to vector fields. Then the linear operator that sends vector fields to scalar fields is the negative divergence. You have to be a little more careful when you are talking about opposite of something. Presuming you have the Image processing toolbox the imgradient function should do what you want. It calculates the gradient magnitude (and direction) of each pixel using standard Sobel gradient. From the discussion it sounds like you may want to calculate the gradient some other way. Recently I've come across a variant of a conjugate gradient method named fmincg. The function is written in MATLAB and is used in the famous Andrew Ng's course on Machine Learning on Coursera. According to the copyright notice, fmincg was written by Carl Edward Rasmussen. You can find the full text of fmincg on the MATLAB file exchange. |

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