First I would like to say that I have searched the for uncertain fitting, robust fitting, linear optimization, convex optimization, etc. But I'm lacking the knowledge to solve this problem, and I need your help.
I have a function gnom(x) = sin(x)*cos(x) and an uncertain part dg(x) = alpha*sin(8x)
and g(x) = gnom(x) + dg(x)
I have the function sampled, it means that:
k = -47:1:47;
x = 0.021*k;
But I don't have alpha, but it is bounded: 0 <= alpha <= 0.2
I want to find the upper and lower bounds of g(x). This means finding alpha that maximizes g(x) and alpha that minimizes g(x). Two separate problems.
I'm almost sure that these problems (individually) can be written as a optimization problem in the form:
max g(x) = sin(x)*cos(x) + alpha*sin(8x) s.t. 0 <= alpha <= 0.2
BUT since I have the function SAMPLED it should not be this difficult (non linear optimization). I could write the problem as:
max G1 + alpha*G2 s.t. 0 <= alpha <= 0.2
G1 = sin(x)*cos(x) SAMPLED with x = 0.021*k; (as defined before). G1 is a <95x1 double>
G2 = sin(8x) SAMPLED with x = 0.021*k; (as defined before). G2 is a <95x1 double>
alpha is the constant to be found
I would like this to be solved as an optimization problem (matlab or SeDuMi native commands) and not algorithmically (with for loops, etc). I need this because there are more complicated optimizations that need to be solved...
I know that this is not hard, but I've searched a lot and could not find an answer... I hope you guys can help me.
Thank you very much