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anu vru

linear programming optimization equality constraints

Asked by anu vru
on 14 Feb 2018
Latest activity Edited by Matt J
on 14 Feb 2018
hello, i am trying to do linear programming. and i am trying to find the minimum of my objective function.
i have attached the code. and my problem statement is also attached. i keep getting error for my equality constraints i tried every possible way known to me to solve. still couldn't fix it if anyone could suggest a way, it would be really helpful thank you


Well, I need the X values which will make my pv+pw-L=0...
I need the X values for Pv and PW... And I am pretty sure my code doesn't consider them as constants
Well, I need the X values which will make my pv+pw-L=0...
There are no X values appearing anymore in the expression pv+pw-L. Are we still talking about pv*x(1)+pw*x(2)-L=0?
Similarly, is the objective still f(x) = pv*x(1)+pw*x(2) ?
Yes....I need the x

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Answer by Matt J
on 14 Feb 2018
Edited by Matt J
on 14 Feb 2018
 Accepted Answer

for that that L I need values for x(1) and x(2)...such that pv*x(1)+pw*x(2)-L=0 or atleast close to Zero
The above is a a version of what you said here with corrections added by me based on your later comments.
If the whole point is really to minimize |pv*x(1)+pw*x(2)-L| subject to bounds on x, then you should really be using lsqlin:
clear x
for i=N:-1:1
f=[pv(i) pw(i)];
[x{i} fval{i}]=lsqlin(f,l(i),[],[],[],[], [0.5,0.5],[2.5,2]);


yes its working now
also is a way i could get all the possible solutions?? for example
pv=1;pw=2 and L=4
therefore my x values can be x=[0 2] or x=[2 1] and more non integer answers. is there a possibility i can get all those values??
i have further analysis to do on it.
"the trust region reflective algorithm requires at least as many equations as variables" It is showing this warning... Also how is using lsqlin better than linprog?
yes its working now
If so, please Accept-click the answer to certify that the question has been addressed.
The set of all possible solutions will typically be an infinite set of points satisfying the inequalities,
L-optimalValue <= pv*x1+pw*x2 <= L+optimalValue
lbv<= x(1) <=ubv
lbw<= x(2) <=ubw
You can find the vertices of this region using this package.

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