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Say I have two matrices of the form

A = [1 0 0 1 0 1] (1 x 6 row vector)

and

B = [ a b c] (1 x 3 row vector). The number of elements in B = number of 1s in A.

Is there any matrix operation that could be done on A and B that would give me C = [a 0 0 b 0 c]? That is the 1's of A should be replaced with the values in B and zeros left as it is.

I am looking for operations that would not access the individual elements separately (i.e. I am not looking for things like if A(1)==1, C(1)=A(1)*b(1) etc... or inserting zeros.) I am looking for some operation like A*B that would give this result.

Sorry about the cryptic title. I can't really describe it without examples.

A = [1 0 0 1 0 1] (1 x 6 row vector)

and

B = [ a b c] (1 x 3 row vector). The number of elements in B = number of 1s in A.

Is there any matrix operation that could be done on A and B that would give me C = [a 0 0 b 0 c]? That is the 1's of A should be replaced with the values in B and zeros left as it is.

I am looking for operations that would not access the individual elements separately (i.e. I am not looking for things like if A(1)==1, C(1)=A(1)*b(1) etc... or inserting zeros.) I am looking for some operation like A*B that would give this result.

Sorry about the cryptic title. I can't really describe it without examples.

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