Error in line for CVX

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Aniz Mohamed Rafeeck
Aniz Mohamed Rafeeck on 26 Sep 2021
Commented: the cyclist on 27 Sep 2021
T = 3;
K = 3;
q = 1;
p = [10,1,8];
v = {};
v(1,:) = {[0.08 0.01 1.13;
0 0.02 1.1;
0 0 1.03]};
v(2,:) = {[0.06 0.03 1.07;
0 0.04 1.16;
0 0 1.04]};
v(3,:) = {[0.03 0.01 1.08;
0 0.08 1.01;
0 0.0 1.1]};
cvx_begin
v_max = [0.08 0.01 1.13;
0 0.04 1.16;
0 0 1.1];
variable m(3);
expression P(3);
for i = 1:T
P(i) = (1+1/100)^(m(i)-i)*(1+sum(v_max(m(i),:)));
end
minimize(sum(P))
subject to
for i = 1:T
m(i)<=T;
m(i)>=i;
end
cvx_end
I get an error as

Answers (2)

the cyclist
the cyclist on 26 Sep 2021
I don't know CVX, but the error message seems straightforward. My best guess is that m is a variable of type cvx, and you are trying to use it as an index in this expression:
v_max(m(i),:)
It seems that this syntax is not allowed. Perhaps there is some kind of type conversion you can use.
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the cyclist
the cyclist on 27 Sep 2021
I don't know. You are asking a CVX question, not a MATLAB question. Maybe you can find a forum for CVX.

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Sulaymon Eshkabilov
Sulaymon Eshkabilov on 26 Sep 2021
Here is the corrected part of the code:
...
%cvx_begin % Invalid MATLAB command
v_max = [0.08 0.01 1.13;
0 0.04 1.16;
0 0 1.1];
% variable m(3); % Invalid MATLAB command
% expression P(3); % Invalid MATLAB command
m= [1, 2, 3];
for i = 1:T
P(i) = (1+1/100)^(m(i)-i)*(1+sum(v_max(m(i),:)));
end
min(sum(P))
for i = 1:T
m(i)<=T;
m(i)>=i;
end
% cvx_end % Invalid MATLAB command
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the cyclist
the cyclist on 26 Sep 2021
Those commands are valid for the CVX toolbox.

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