Asked by Y I
on 3 Dec 2018 at 23:35

Hello

- I need to solve the problem which is written in the following form:

I have all the terms except ws, which I need to find. Firstly I don't understand how I can rewrite this problem in the following way Ws = ... Is it possible?

And how to solve this problem in Matlab? I did not find suitable function which corresponds to this form...

2. From the same article:

I don't have any idea how they rewrite this but how to solve this problem in this form?

What I found in Matlab is:

But what does it mean this 2 at the bottom and can I use this function to solve equation (3)?

Since H and h are the matrices, so can I write in matlab vector A which contains another matrices?

Thank you!

Answer by Walter Roberson
on 4 Dec 2018 at 0:29

Accepted Answer

||expression|| with subscript 2 means the 2-norm, also known as the Euclidean distance. With the Euclidean distance being sqrt() of a sum of squares, and with the result of the 2-norm being squared by lsqnonneg, what is being computed is effectively the sum of squares.

Likely this is the same thing that your equation means with ||expression|| squared with no subscript 2, so Yes, lsqnonneg is a plausible function.

Walter Roberson
on 8 Dec 2018 at 23:05

Are your ws permitted to be complex valued? Are they permitted to be negative?

Y I
on 8 Dec 2018 at 23:11

Yes, ws are permitted to be complex and negative.

Walter Roberson
on 8 Dec 2018 at 23:14

Then Yes, it looks to me as of you can use the \ operator.

MATLAB offers multiple methods of solving problems.

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