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I have time domain signal that varies in amplitude over time. I need to hold the value of the signal at zero when the amplitude of a peak/trough falls below a certain value.
If you have the signal in vector representation, you can do this easily. For example, given: v = [0.81, 0.91, 0.12, 0.91, 0...

meer dan 6 jaar ago | 0

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knitromatlab/fmincon options
I am trying to run an optimization using knitromatlab with the same options I used for fmincon. However, I noticed that with fmi...

meer dan 6 jaar ago | 0 answers | 0

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I am confused by the documentation for fgoalattain
When the weighting function weight is positive, fgoalattain attempts to make the objectives less than the goal values. To make t...

bijna 7 jaar ago | 1 answer | 0

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Is there a way to plot the output of my function for fmincon evaluations?
I want to plot the progression of my objective as it is being optimized by fmincon. I was hoping the output would be in a regula...

bijna 7 jaar ago | 1 answer | 0

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Vary step size for fminunc
Is there a way to adaptively update DiffMinChange during execution of fminunc? I ask because I am using fminunc in a problem whe...

bijna 7 jaar ago | 1 answer | 0

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fminunc with user-supplied gradient
Why is it that if I run fminunc with gradient supplied (return gradient in output, set 'GradObj' to 'on', etc) and print out the...

ongeveer 7 jaar ago | 1 answer | 0

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mex setup doesn't recognize vs10 compiler
Why does Matlab (R2011a) not recognize the Visual Studio 2010 C++ compiler installed on my system. I understood there were some ...

meer dan 10 jaar ago | 1 answer | 0

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