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Possibly spurious solutions - Matlab blocked with no answers

There is a approximate solution for original equations： p2: 35001350.3279785 p3: 35113789.3799513 u2: -8.90075607998193 u3: ...

4 dagen ago | 0

Interpolation schemes that produce positive second derivatives of the interpolant

How about to replace interpolation with a fitting function, which ensure non-negative second derivatives: 1: For data: x = [...

24 dagen ago | 0

How to find the equation of the data available of a graph?

Try the fitting function below: Sum Squared Error (SSE): 1.05153845767184 Root of Mean Square Error (RMSE): 0.17850714760936...

ongeveer een maand ago | 0

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can help me to found empirical equation for data L1 vs T1

How about the one below, much simple and works well: Sum Squared Error (SSE): 0.348116593172766 Root of Mean Square Error (R...

ongeveer 2 maanden ago | 2

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can help me to found empirical equation for data L1 vs T1

It is not easy to find a function to describe the curve. Refer to the fitting function and result below: Sum Squared Error (S...

ongeveer 2 maanden ago | 1

how to fit the coupled differential equations and get the coefficients?

Refer to the results below: Sum Squared Error (SSE): 46715596564.0427 Root of Mean Square Error (RMSE): 35062.1990798768 Corr...

3 maanden ago | 0

Derivative not working plot

Unfortunately, the "exp2" fitting result below given by Matlab is not correctly. theFit = General model Exp2: theF...

3 maanden ago | 0

curve fitting exponential function with two terms

If taking the fitting function as: y=a*exp(b*x) + c*exp(d*x); and also taking the data like below directly; x = [6500 6350 580...

3 maanden ago | 0

Damped Oscillation Equation Fitting

if taking fitting function as: x=a*exp(-b*t)*sin(w*t+phi) for trial-1 Sum Squared Error (SSE): 9.1948847955911E-5 Root of Mea...

4 maanden ago | 0

Fitting a model to my data using non linear least square fit method

The best solution: Root of Mean Square Error (RMSE): 0.0143800358786989 Correlation Coef. (R): 0.998885623657614 R-Square: 0....

5 maanden ago | 0

Fsolve don't work good with trigonometric

There are some solutions like below No. 1 2 3 4 5 xa1 0.835289443057692 1.97769580537186 0.119396464246135 0.813305799520437 0...

6 maanden ago | 0

fsolve result is not desirable even giving a close starting point

For Qingbin's equations, although it is a problem that has passed a long time, it is worth and interesting to have a try, there ...

6 maanden ago | 0

using lsqnonlin with multiple functions

@joshua payne refer to the results below Sum Squared Error (SSE): 0.377485784540046 Root of Mean Square Error (RMSE): 0.082102...

7 maanden ago | 0

Least squares linear regression with constraints

If using direct nonlinear fitting a1 59.737732722511 a2 2.72067588034148 a3 -0.192039313150924 Whi...

7 maanden ago | 0

How do I curve fit the data set

@Prajwal Magadi, one more function: Sum Squared Error (SSE): 75571.6557870726 Root of Mean Square Error (RMSE): 2.7490299341...

7 maanden ago | 1

fitting data with a combination of exponential and linear form ( a*exp(-x/b)+c*x+d )

If taking fitting function as "y=a*exp(-x/b)+c*x+d", the result will be: Sum Squared Error (SSE): 0.473516174967249 Root of Me...

8 maanden ago | 1

Fitting multiple exponential function .

@Saroj Poudyal, the result you obtained is not the best one, refer to the global optimization solution below: Sum Squared Error...

9 maanden ago | 1

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How to fit multiple gaussian in a curve ?

For the summation of 6 Gaussians function: Sum Squared Error (SSE): 2.61218021364296E-9 Root of Mean Square Error (RMSE): 4.49...

10 maanden ago | 0

Curve fitting the data series

Refer to the results below, should be the unique global solution: Sum Squared Error (SSE): 0.0378758633912789 Root of Mean Squ...

11 maanden ago | 1

Non-linear Multi-Variable Fitting

If possible, post out your data file please

ongeveer een jaar ago | 0

Genetic Algorithm not returning best found solution

Taking my experience, GA is not an efficient and ideal global optimization algorithm, in lots of cases, GA like random reserach ...

ongeveer een jaar ago | 0

Solving a system of Non-linear Equations with Complex numbers

There are much more solutions else: x1: 5000+3401.68025708298i x2: 5000-3401.68025708301i x3: -3.62536433474507+0i x1: 5...

meer dan een jaar ago | 0

How do I fit a regression equation to find coefficients and exponents?

Although the results may seem strange, mathematically speaking, the result below is the best one: Sum Squared Error (SSE): 87...

meer dan een jaar ago | 0

How to constraint the values of fitted parameters with lsqcurvefit?

hi, the result is good enough Sum Squared Error (SSE): 0.0105245967805521 Root of Mean Square Error (RMSE): 0.01938758511131 ...

bijna 2 jaar ago | 1

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curve fitting tool custom equation

if taking only part of data, for example, from No. 105 to No. 300, then the result will looks good Sum Squared Error (SSE): 111...

bijna 2 jaar ago | 0

The fsolve function fails to give me an answer for seven unknowns. What should I do?

Just doing some equivalent deformation (change division into multiplication), for example, form: f(5)=((x(1)^3)*(x(2))/(x(4)*...

bijna 2 jaar ago | 0

How to curve fit an equation that gets values from another equation?

How about the results below: Residual Sum of Squares (RSS): 34.9122402573179 Root of Mean Square Error (RMSE): 0.9585109100402...

ongeveer 2 jaar ago | 0

Unable to find explicit solution

One solution seems to be: t: -8.33315732250827

ongeveer 2 jaar ago | 0

Curve fitting with custom function

It is hard to get stable and unique result for Da125's problem, especially for parameters of "lambda" and "n". refer to the resu...

meer dan 2 jaar ago | 0

FItting 3d with fourier

If taking the fitting function as: the result will be: Root of Mean Square Error (RMSE): 0.000481289122874164 Sum of Square...

meer dan 2 jaar ago | 2

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