After CVX completes, expressions and expression holders do not necessarily have their “optimal” (final) values. if you want to know the optimal (values) of expressions, you need to compute them starting from CVX variables, which will be at their optimal values.
tkc is an expression, because it is on the left-hand side of
Thank for your replay. I have a constrain tkc <= constant. so can i can just add tkc <= constant?
Regarding your immediately preceding post. if that is a constraint in your program and it complies with CVX’s rules,. then fine. If everything else in the constraint are constants,
tkc needs to be convex in order for the constraint to be convex and comply with CVX’s rules.
Is the constraint
tkc <= constant just a less detailed description than that provided in your subsequent post? If that is your constraint, then include it in your program, presuming
tkc is convex… Be sure that the constraint is placed after the
tkc = ... assignment statement.