C = dot(A,B)
C = dot(A,B,dim)
C = dot(A,B) returns the
scalar product of the vectors A and B. A and B must
be vectors of the same length. When A and B are
both column vectors, dot(A,B) is the same as A'*B.
For multidimensional arrays A and B, dot returns
the scalar product along the first non-singleton dimension of A and B. A and B must
have the same size.
C = dot(A,B,dim) returns
the scalar product of A and B in
the dimension dim.
The dot product of two vectors is calculated as shown:
a = [1 2 3]; b = [4 5 6];
c = dot(a,b)
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