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Topic: How can i figure this 'nonlinear least square problem'?
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How can i figure this 'nonlinear least square problem'?
Posted: Jun 14, 2012 10:54 PM
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Hi all!
Now i have this formula:
min sum(|A*M1(n)*exp(j*theta*n)-M2(n)|^2) ,n =0,...,N-1;
Unknown parameters
A: complex value
theta:real value

Known data:
M1(n):samples
M2(n):samples

I want to make that formula minimum,how can i do?I only know that it's a nonlinear least squares problem.please help me,thank you!



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