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Re: NMinimize a function of NMaximize
*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
*Subject*: [mg79971] Re: NMinimize a function of NMaximize
*From*: ben <benjamin.friedrich at gmail.com>
*Date*: Fri, 10 Aug 2007 01:38:44 -0400 (EDT)
*References*: <f9endl$meh$1@smc.vnet.net>
Hi Saptarshi,
Your problem seems to be the use of symbolic expressions,
where your need numeric values.
Try this
xopt[p_?NumericQ]:=First@NMaximize[{d[x,p,3],0\[LessEqual]x\
[LessEqual]1},x]
NMinimize[{xopt[p],0\[LessEqual]p\[LessEqual]1},p]
Bye
ben
On 9 Aug., 11:40, sapsi <saptarshi.g... at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a function
> g[x_]:=1 (Pi - 2 x*Sqrt[1 - x^2] - 2 ArcSin[x])
> d[x_, o_, n_] := Abs[g[x] - Normal[Series[g[y], {y, o, n}]]] /. y -> x
>
> d[] is the absolute difference of g[] and its Taylor series
> approximation
>
> dm[p_] := NMaximize[{d[x, p, 3], 0 <= x <= 1}, x][[1]]
>
> dm[] is the maximum absolute difference between the Taylor series
> approximation(3rd order) around p and g[].
> I wish to find that value of 'p' that minimizes this maximum
> difference - i tried plotting and can see where the minima occurs but
> would like the exact value. So, it thought this would work
>
> NMinimize[{NMaximize[{ d[x, p, 3], 0 <= x <= 1}, x], 0 <= p <= 1}, p].
> Instead i get errors (briefly)
>
> NMaximize::nnum: The function value -Abs[-2.41057-(2 (<<19>>-p)^2 \
> p)/Sqrt[1-p^2]+2 p Sqrt[1-p^2]+(2 (<<1>>)^3)/(3 Sqrt[1-<<1>>] \
> (-1+p^2))-(4 (0.652468-p) (-1+p^2))/Sqrt[1-p^2]+2 ArcSin[p]] is not a
> \
> number at {x} = {0.652468}. >>
> NMaximize::nnum: "The function value \
> -Abs[-2.41057-(2\(<<19>>-p)^2\p)/Sqrt[1-p^2]+2\ p\ Sqrt[1-p^2]+(2\(<<\
> 1>>)^3)/(3\Sqrt[1-<<1>>]\(-1+p^2))-(4\(0.652468-p)\(-1+p^2))/Sqrt[1-p^
> \
> 2]+2\ ArcSin[p]] is not a number at {x} = {0.6524678079740285`}."
> NMaximize::nnum: The function value -Abs[-2.41057-(2 (<<19>>-p)^2 \
> p)/Sqrt[1-p^2]+2 p Sqrt[1-p^2]+(2 (<<1>>)^3)/(3 Sqrt[1-<<1>>] \
> (-1+p^2))-(4 (0.652468-p) (-1+p^2))/Sqrt[1-p^2]+2 ArcSin[p]] is not a
> \
> number at {x} = {0.652468}. >>
> NMinimize::nnum:
>
> Can anyone provide any pointers on how to find the minimum of dm[]?
> Thank you for your time
> Saptarshi
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