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What if you globalize the variables that you want to define in the nonlcon function. You would write global variable1.. global...

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A Matlab function pregress.m to carry out linear regression for an arbitrary order n polynomial.

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Probably not as efficient as those above, but this is the simplest way I always tried to do it. j= find(row1==1.5); for ...

Your function name must match the file name you save it under. Could this be the issue?

Don't know if this is any assistance to you but--Here is my code for the Gauss-Seidel iterative method: function [ X, Nt...

Set each ODE equal to zero on the RHS and minimize the difference between the two terms on the LHS for each of your ODEs to be o...

# Engineering Optimization- Theory and Practice 4th Edition by Singiresu Rao # Optimization Concepts and its Applications in En...

Hello sir, I obtained what I assume to be the correct result for your program: Local minimum found that satisfies the con...

Hello sir, I obtained what I assume to be the correct result for your program: Local minimum found that satisfies the const...

First of all, you initialize n_loss as a 3x1 column vector of zeros and then start to define it as a 3x3 matrix when you use the...

I don't know if this will be useful to you or not but there is a series of tutorials and files for mpc & simulink in the file ex...

Matlab code t0= 0; %assign an initial time t0 tf= 100; %set final time tf for t=t0:tf {execute commands} end Is this...

Or: By all means, the solution method above will work. However, as your function increases in complexity, that command become...

I am a little confused on the code you've provided. Perhaps if you were to clarify the problem statement and your objective mo...

Something that may be more efficient for your code is: Tfn(1)= 5 % initial value of Tfn for 2:700000 Tfn(n)=(1/32)*...