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Optimisation of energy system

Perhaps you will find some inspiration in the example Optimal Dispatch of Power Generators: Problem-Based. Alan Weiss MATLAB m...

Optimisation of energy system

Perhaps you will find some inspiration in the example Optimal Dispatch of Power Generators: Problem-Based. Alan Weiss MATLAB m...

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my equation has 3 variables but i want to integrate with respect to only one variable ,so that i can optimize the ramaining two from the resulting equation

This seems like a solution. Of course, I don't know what your real bounds are on d and e, so I just guessed. Notice that I used...

my equation has 3 variables but i want to integrate with respect to only one variable ,so that i can optimize the ramaining two from the resulting equation

This seems like a solution. Of course, I don't know what your real bounds are on d and e, so I just guessed. Notice that I used...

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FMINCON requires all values returned by functions to be of data type double

Generally, in order for us to be able to help you need to report the entire error message that you receive, everything in red. A...

FMINCON requires all values returned by functions to be of data type double

Generally, in order for us to be able to help you need to report the entire error message that you receive, everything in red. A...

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How can I specify a Min LeafSize in a decision tree and also optimize it?

Take a look at the hyperparameter optimization argument of fitctree. You can fit the MinLeafSize parameter. To set the range you...

How can I specify a Min LeafSize in a decision tree and also optimize it?

Take a look at the hyperparameter optimization argument of fitctree. You can fit the MinLeafSize parameter. To set the range you...

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How do we define prob=optimproblem for multiple energy storage systems

Most likely, you should use a single problem, but have multiple variables that represent the batteries' charge levels or whateve...

How do we define prob=optimproblem for multiple energy storage systems

Most likely, you should use a single problem, but have multiple variables that represent the batteries' charge levels or whateve...

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Why almost the same optimization function gives different results?

I am not 100% sure, but my reading of the fitcecoc documentation shows that 'auto' has this description: 'auto' — Use {'Coding'...

Why almost the same optimization function gives different results?

I am not 100% sure, but my reading of the fitcecoc documentation shows that 'auto' has this description: 'auto' — Use {'Coding'...

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How to Setup Surrogate Optimization with Data input

The error is clear: you have just three variables, so the indices of the integer variables have to be in the range 1 through 3. ...

How to Setup Surrogate Optimization with Data input

The error is clear: you have just three variables, so the indices of the integer variables have to be in the range 1 through 3. ...

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fmincon stopped because the size of the current step is less than the value of the step size tolerance and constraints are satisfied to within the value of the constraint tol

I do not understand what your constraints do. They seem to depend on random numbers, and so change every time they are called. T...

fmincon stopped because the size of the current step is less than the value of the step size tolerance and constraints are satisfied to within the value of the constraint tol

I do not understand what your constraints do. They seem to depend on random numbers, and so change every time they are called. T...

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How to use fmincon for multivariable optimisation of a cost function with different levels of sensitivity to different variables?

Usually you should not use DiffMinChange. The more recent version of the option is FiniteDifferenceStepSize. That option accepts...

How to use fmincon for multivariable optimisation of a cost function with different levels of sensitivity to different variables?

Usually you should not use DiffMinChange. The more recent version of the option is FiniteDifferenceStepSize. That option accepts...

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Auto differentiation vs finite differences in optimization toolbox

Yes, finite differences can be faster than AD. Typically, this occurs in situations like yours where the function or functions a...

Auto differentiation vs finite differences in optimization toolbox

Yes, finite differences can be faster than AD. Typically, this occurs in situations like yours where the function or functions a...

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How optimize multiple responses of dataset ?

I think that you probably want to fit a function to the data, where the function represents the response. Obviously your data do...

How optimize multiple responses of dataset ?

I think that you probably want to fit a function to the data, where the function represents the response. Obviously your data do...

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How to use fmincon as fminbd with two different variables

I think that you need to understand that fmincon minimizes a function of a single argument, usually called x. The x argument can...

How to use fmincon as fminbd with two different variables

I think that you need to understand that fmincon minimizes a function of a single argument, usually called x. The x argument can...

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Maximum Diversified Porfolio (MDP) fmincon optimization problem doesn't work

You say that x is 12-by-1, yet you write x0 as 1-by-12. That could be the problem. Try x0 = zeros(n_asset,1); % Now x0 is 12-by...

Maximum Diversified Porfolio (MDP) fmincon optimization problem doesn't work

You say that x is 12-by-1, yet you write x0 as 1-by-12. That could be the problem. Try x0 = zeros(n_asset,1); % Now x0 is 12-by...

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How to prevent fmincon from immediately going to the lower bound of time in a minimum time problem?

I am not sure that I understand exactly what is happening. But it sounds to me as if the nonlinear constraints are not being sat...

How to prevent fmincon from immediately going to the lower bound of time in a minimum time problem?

I am not sure that I understand exactly what is happening. But it sounds to me as if the nonlinear constraints are not being sat...

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how to make nelder mead trajectory gif on matlab

This example might help. Make sure you click the "Open in MATLAB" button to be able to access all the code. Alan Weiss MATLAB ...

how to make nelder mead trajectory gif on matlab

This example might help. Make sure you click the "Open in MATLAB" button to be able to access all the code. Alan Weiss MATLAB ...

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How to do optimization?

I am not 100% sure that I understand you, because you have two different definitions of Fr, namely Fr = 0.5: 0.1: 0.9; Fr = m*...

How to do optimization?

I am not 100% sure that I understand you, because you have two different definitions of Fr, namely Fr = 0.5: 0.1: 0.9; Fr = m*...

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How to follow the progress of fminunc

See the Plot Functions topic. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation

How to follow the progress of fminunc

See the Plot Functions topic. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation

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Way to overcome tolerance limit restriction, without change in initial value in fsolve function OR any other way out.

I'm not sure what you are trying to do, because apparently the initial point is a solution. But if you want fsolve to take a fut...

Way to overcome tolerance limit restriction, without change in initial value in fsolve function OR any other way out.

I'm not sure what you are trying to do, because apparently the initial point is a solution. But if you want fsolve to take a fut...

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Performance of Mixed-integer linear programming (MILP) with intlinprog

MILP is a notoriously difficult problem type. For suggestions, see Tuning Integer Linear Programming. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathem...

Performance of Mixed-integer linear programming (MILP) with intlinprog

MILP is a notoriously difficult problem type. For suggestions, see Tuning Integer Linear Programming. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathem...

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Assigning different upper and lower bounds to function input variables when calling the function during optimization

You need to write your function of one variable, say x = [x1,x2,x3,x4,x5]. For example, function RMSE = energy_demand(x) % Here...

Assigning different upper and lower bounds to function input variables when calling the function during optimization

You need to write your function of one variable, say x = [x1,x2,x3,x4,x5]. For example, function RMSE = energy_demand(x) % Here...

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What acquisition function should I use in Bayes Optimization?

For information about acquisition functions, see Acquisiton Function Types. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentati...

What acquisition function should I use in Bayes Optimization?

For information about acquisition functions, see Acquisiton Function Types. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentati...

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How do I solve two ode (dct/dt and dR/dt) simultaneously with ODE45 and optimize two parameters using global optimization ?

For a relevant example, see Optimize an ODE in Parallel. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation

How do I solve two ode (dct/dt and dR/dt) simultaneously with ODE45 and optimize two parameters using global optimization ?

For a relevant example, see Optimize an ODE in Parallel. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation

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Need some help about optimization with matlab and simulink.

For a relevant example, see lsqnonlin with a Simulink® Model. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation

Need some help about optimization with matlab and simulink.

For a relevant example, see lsqnonlin with a Simulink® Model. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation

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difference between Optimization terminated: maximum number of generations exceeded and Optimization terminated: average change in the fitness value less than .

1 means that the process has stalled, and whether this is good or bad depends on what you want. If the stall window is large, th...

difference between Optimization terminated: maximum number of generations exceeded and Optimization terminated: average change in the fitness value less than .

1 means that the process has stalled, and whether this is good or bad depends on what you want. If the stall window is large, th...

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Problem-Based Optimization, No feasible solution found

Your problem is infeasible as given. Using the routines in Investigate Linear Infeasibilities, I found the following. Convert th...

Problem-Based Optimization, No feasible solution found

Your problem is infeasible as given. Using the routines in Investigate Linear Infeasibilities, I found the following. Convert th...

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Input user data into Surrogate Optimization Function

To pass extra parameters see Passing Extra Parameters. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation

Input user data into Surrogate Optimization Function

To pass extra parameters see Passing Extra Parameters. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation

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How to set a boundary condition to my solution of the fitness function? (MATLAB genetic algorithm)

I believe that your optimization will work much better using patternsearch as the solver instead of ga, or even using surrogateo...

How to set a boundary condition to my solution of the fitness function? (MATLAB genetic algorithm)

I believe that your optimization will work much better using patternsearch as the solver instead of ga, or even using surrogateo...

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Can you help me with the output of my optimizer?

Use this example as a guide: Example of a Nested Output Function. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation

Can you help me with the output of my optimizer?

Use this example as a guide: Example of a Nested Output Function. Alan Weiss MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation

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fmincon options settings mrsgarch

Here are some options you can try (some of your values do not make sense, such as having MaxIter be greater than MaxFunEvals, or...

fmincon options settings mrsgarch

Here are some options you can try (some of your values do not make sense, such as having MaxIter be greater than MaxFunEvals, or...

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How exactly is the merit function weight 'w' cycled in the surrogateopt function algorithm?

Each sample point uses one weight (one merit function at any one time). The weights cycle after every new point is generated. A...

How exactly is the merit function weight 'w' cycled in the surrogateopt function algorithm?

Each sample point uses one weight (one merit function at any one time). The weights cycle after every new point is generated. A...

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