I have a function f(x,y) for x \in R^{2} and y > 0. It is the following: f(x,y) = (\norm(x)^{3})/(y^2), where \norm is l-2. I’m looking at a research paper that utilized CVX and had this as a cost function term. Is there any way I can use compositions of built-in functions to represent this?

I think you can introduce a new variable `z`

and add the constraint `norm(x) <= z`

, then use @Michal_Adamaszek 's solution from How can I write this kind of constraint in cvx .

Putting it altogether, and in order to deconflict variable name, substituting `t`

for `x`

in my code for that solution in the last post of that thread, we get, if I haven’t made a mistake,

```
variables x(2) y z s t
norm(x) <= z
{z,s,y} == rotated_lorentz(1)
{s,t,z} == rotated_lorentz(1)
```

Then use `t`

in place of `norm(x)^3/y^2`

Yes, I think this should work. Much thanks!