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150 • Explain how to ﬁnd the optimal trade-oﬀ curve of T ther versus J ch . Your method may involve
solving several convex optimization problems.
• Plot the trade-oﬀ curve over a reasonable range, and be sure to explain or at least comment
on the endpoints of the trade-oﬀ curve.
• Plot the treatment formulation amounts versus k , and the bloodstream concentration versus
t, for the two trade-oﬀ curve endpoints, and one corresponding to T ther = 8.
Warning. We’ve found that CVX can experience numerical problems when solving this problem
(depending on how it is formulated). In one case, cvx_status is “Solved/Inaccurate” when in fact
the problem has been solved (just not to the tolerances SeDuMi likes to see). You can ignore this
status, taking it to mean Optimal. You can also try switching to the SDPT3 solver. In any case,
please do not spend much time worrying about, or dealing with, these numerical problems.
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2013 for the course C 231 taught by Professor F.borrelli during the Fall '13 term at University of California, Berkeley.
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