function xb = fcosine(A, w0, omega, n1, nf) n = n1:nf; wb = w0; xb = A*cos(wb*n + omega); subplot(4,1,2), stem(n, xb) grid end But you should re-think about your Matlab function design. ...

c,memory-management,cuda,nvidia,cosine

I was able to reproduce problematic behavior on a supported config (CUDA 6.5, CentOS 6.2, K40). When I switched from CUDA 6.5 to CUDA 7 RC, the problem went away. The problem also did not appear to be reproducible on an older config (CUDA 5.5, CentOS 6.2, M2070) I suggest...

You have the number of positions between the points, and then you have the current position. Think of mu as a percentage of the linear distance between the first point and the second that is determined by the current position, and the total number of positions. That is: mu =...

After correcting the computation of the ratios there still remains one thing to do: Lose the lines angOne = Math.toRadians(angOne); at this point, angOne does not contain any angle. If the sides obey the triangle inequality, angOne should at that point contain a number between -1 and 1 that does...