Asked by dav
on 18 Feb 2013

hi,

Can someone please tell me how to correct the following code.

x = [yt,r]; a = eye(2); b = zeros(2,1);

opts = optimset('lsqlin'); opts.LargeScale = 'off'; opts.Display = 'none'; coef = lsqlin(x,yt2,-a,-b);

My x is a 1000*2 matrix. so i get an error. I read the help for that but couldn't understand it clearly.

thanks.

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Answer by Teja Muppirala
on 18 Feb 2013

Accepted answer

I don't think there is anything wrong with this code, except LSQNONNEG would be easier.

coef = lsqlin(x,yt2,-a,-b);

is the same as

coef = lsqnonneg(x,yt2);

When I run your core, I don't get any errors at all. I just get

coef =

0.4036 0

Which I have no reason to doubt is a valid answer.

Are you perhaps referring to the warning that comes up regarding the solver?

Answer by Matt J
on 18 Feb 2013

Edited by Matt J
on 18 Feb 2013

If you have 1000 unknowns why is "a" only 2x2?

Also, since your constraints are only lower bounds on the unknowns, use the lb input argument instead of A,b

Also, since you only have positivity constraints, consider using LSQNONNEG instead of LSQLIN.

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on 18 Feb 2013

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