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# DiskMatrix

 DiskMatrix[r] gives a matrix whose elements are in a disk-shaped region of radius r, and are otherwise . DiskMatrix[r, w]gives a w×w matrix containing a disk of s with radius r. DiskMatrix[{r1, r2, ...}, ...]yields an array whose elements are in an ellipsoidal region with semi-axis ri in the i index direction.
• The disk of 1s is always at the center of the region.
• In DiskMatrix[r] or DiskMatrix[{r1, ...}] the matrix or array is sized so as to just include all nonzero elements.
• The disk-like region is taken to be the best discrete approximation to a circular disk possible given the size of the matrix.
• DiskMatrix[All, w] gives a w×w matrix containing a disk that is as large as possible.
• DiskMatrix[..., {w1, w2, ...}] gives a w1×w2×... array.
• DiskMatrix[{r1, ..., rn}, w] gives a w×...×w array.
• DiskMatrix[All, {w1, ..., wn}] gives a w1×...×wn array containing an ellipsoid that is as large as possible.
• The radius r need not be an integer; in general elements are 1 if their distance from the center is not more than .
• For integer r, DiskMatrix[r] yields a (2r+1)×(2r+1) matrix.
This computes and plots a square disk-shaped matrix of radius 7:
This computes and plots a square disk-shaped matrix of radius 7:
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Create a rectangular ellipse-shaped matrix:
Put a disk inside a bigger matrix:
Extend the disk to the boundaries of the matrix:
Automatically choose an odd width to just fit the disk:
Extend the disk to the given width, and automatically choose the height:
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