hprdhj(hx1 [, hx2]), hx1 and hx2 REAL matrices representing complex data with Hermitian symmetry |

hprdhj(hx1, hx2) computes the element-wise complex product of elements in the columns of hx1 and hconj(hx2), considered as complex matrices in packed Hermitian form. The result is also a complex matrix in packed Hermitian form. If hx1 or hx2 represents a single complex series (has 1 column), that series is multiplied by all the series in the other arguments. For example, if hx1 is m by 1 and hx2 is m by 3, hprdhj(hx1,hx2) is equivalent to hprdhj(hconcat(hx1,hx1,hx1),hx2). hprdhj(hx) is equivalent to hprdhj(hx,hx) and produces an packed Hermitian output matrix with the squared moduli of the elements of hx, considered as complex numbers, in the real part of the result, with zeros in the imaginary part. See topic 'complex' for discussion of complex matrices in MacAnova. See also hprdh(), hprdhj(), hconj().

Gary Oehlert 2003-01-15