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Unformatted text preview: . (That is, you do not know the coefficients or exponents in the posynomial expressions.) You do know a set of k designs, given by w(1) , . . . , w(k) ∈ Rn , and their associated objective values P ( w (j ) ) , D ( w (j ) ) , A(w(j ) ), j = 1, . . . , k. You can assume that these designs satisfy the width limits. The goal is to find a design w that satisfies the width limits, and the design specifications P (w) ≤ Pspec , D(w) ≤ Dspec , 91 A(w) ≤ Aspec , where Pspec , Dspec , and Aspec are given. Now consider the specific data given in blend_design_data.m. Give the following. • A feasible design (i.e., w) that satisfies the specifications. • A clear argument as to how you know that your design satisfies the specifications, even though you do not know the formulas for P , D, and A. • Your method for finding w, including any code that you write. Hints/comments. • You do not need to know anything about circuit design to solve this problem. • See the title of this problem. 92 12 Signal processing...
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