Constrained Least Square Fitting

Let us try to understand the least square fitting method using an example:

Example

—Utpal Kumar (IES,  Academia Sinica)

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  1. @Rocio: “ones” is a function in MATLAB that creates a matrix of values 1. Here, ones(N,1) will create a N (rows) x 1(column) matrix of 1. G is the matrix of coefficient values of the model. For fitting a straight line, the model is v = 1.m1 + t.m2.

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