I have an array of a 1000 2x2 matrices that I store in the array `matrices`

of dimension `size(matrices) = (2,2,1000)`

. In standard Matlab syntax, if I have a thousand constants `c = [c1, c2, c3, ..., c1000]`

I can multiply each constant with a corresponding matrix by doing the following:

```
cmatrices = matrices .* reshape(c,[1,1,1000])
```

which gives `cmatrices = [c1*matrices(:,:,1), c2*matrices(:,:,2), ...]`

.

I would like to do the same in CVX, namely set a `variable c(1000)`

and perform `matrices .* reshape(c,[1,1,1000])`

. However, it seems that CVX explicitly does not support these operations, as the CVX file `times.m`

throws an error that the matrix dimensions do not agree.

Why is this operation not allowed in CVX? Can I get around this limitation?