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solving memory problem for this code

Asked by Naime
on 19 May 2019
Latest activity Answered by Walter Roberson
on 19 May 2019
I run this code for X that has size 42*12
if size(X,2)==1
M=0;
end
n = size(X, 1);
rank_X = rank(X);
for d = 1:(n-1)
newn = n - d;
indices_matrix = combnk(1:n, newn);
Mset = 0; % for breaking the loop need to define initial value
for j = 1:size(indices_matrix, 1)
indices = indices_matrix(j, :);
X_minus_d = X(indices, :);
rank_X_minus_d = rank(X_minus_d);
if (rank_X_minus_d < rank_X)
dstar = d;
M = n - dstar;
Mset = 1;
break
end
end
if Mset == 1 % breaking from first loop
break
end
end
And gives this error
Out of memory.
How can I fix this problem?

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Answer by Walter Roberson
on 19 May 2019

You cannot fix that. combnk(1:n,newn) takes all combinations of 1:n, newn at a time, where your n is 42, and newn is 41 down to 1. The maximum number of combinations is 538257874440 when newn = 21 . For that, each entry would be length 21 doubles, 8 bytes per double, so you would need 538257874440 * 21 * 8 = 90427322905920 bytes, which is about 83 terabytes of memory. Do you have that much RAM in your system?:

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