mat2cell2

PURPOSE

Break matrix up into a cell array of same sized matrices.

SYNOPSIS

function C = mat2cell2( X, parts )

DESCRIPTION

``` Break matrix up into a cell array of same sized matrices.

Useful wrapper for matlab function mat2cell.  Instead of specifying
locations along each dimension at which to split the matrix, this
function takes the number of parts along each dimension to break X into.
That is if X is d1xd2x...xdk and parts=[p1 p2 ... pk]; then X is split
into p1*p2*...*pk matricies of dimension d1/p1 x d2/p2 x ... x dk/pk. If
di/pi is not an integer, floor(di/pi) is used.  Leftover chunks of X are
discarded. Using a scalar p for parts is equivalent to using [p p ... p].

So for example if X is 10*16, mat2cell2( X, [2 3] ) breaks X into 2*3
parts, each of size 5x5, and the last column of X is discarded.

USAGE
C = mat2cell2( X, parts )

INPUTS
X       - matrix to split
parts   - see above

OUTPUTS
C       - cell array adjacent submatrices of X

EXAMPLE
A=rand(6,10); B = mat2cell2(A,[3 3]),