## How do you find the Hamming distance between two vectors?

The Hamming distance between two vectors is simply the sum of corresponding elements that differ between the vectors. The Hamming distance between the two vectors would be 2, since this is the total number of corresponding elements that have different values.

**What is Hamming distance in Matlab?**

The Hamming distance is the fraction of positions that differ. If you want the number of positions that differ, you can simply multiply by the number of pairs you have: Theme. numberPositionsDifferent = size(A,2)*pdist(A,’hamming’);

### What is the Hamming distance for each of the following codewords 10101 10000?

After performing exclusive-OR operation, we get result (10000) and then we identify number of one’s in that result is treated as a hamming distance. Here we have only 1 one in this result. So, the hamming distance of this codeword is 1.

**How does Matlab calculate Euclidean distance?**

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- G = rand(1, 72); G2 = rand(1, 72); D = sqrt(sum((G – G2) .^ 2));
- V = G – G2; D = sqrt(V * V’);
- D = norm(G – G2);
- D = DNorm2(G – G2);
- docsearch euclidean.

## What is the Hamming distance between 10101 and 11110?

The Hamming distance d(10101, 11110) is 3 because 10101 ⊕ 11110 is 01011 (three 1s).

**What is the Hamming distance of bit strings 10101 and 11110?**

### How do you find the distance between two points in MATLAB?

dist() can calculate the Euclidean distance of multiple points at once, it can certainly be used to calculate the distance for two points, although it seems to be an over-kill because the equation sqrt((x1-x2)^2+(y1-y2)^2) can do that too.

**What is the Hamming distance between 11100 and 10100?**

Suppose there are two strings 1101 1001 and 1001 1101. 11011001 ⊕ 10011101 = 01000100. Since, this contains two 1s, the Hamming distance, d(11011001, 10011101) = 2.

## What is the Hamming distance between 10101010 and 10010010?

10101010 ⊕ 10010010 = 111000. Since there are three zeroes, the hamming distance is 1 + 1 + 1 = 3.

**What is the Hamming distance of this D 1011 0101?**

6

Since the two codewords differ in 6 bit positions as indicated by bold letter bits, the hamming distance is 6.

### How do you use the distance function in Matlab?

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- d = distance( site1,site2 ) returns the distance in meters between site1 and site2 .
- example.
- d = distance(___, Name,Value ) returns the distance with additional options specified by name-value arguments.

**How do you find the distance between two objects?**

Press and hold the CTRL key, and select two objects in the Scene View with the Select tool . Click Review tab Measure panel Measure Shortest Distance . The scene view automatically zooms to the measured area. The optional dimension label displays the shortest distance between the selected objects.