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function [x,y] = find_xy(HF)
% Name: Ting-Tsung, Lin
% NetID: tlin14
% simulate one run of the algorithm to find the optimum weight in function
% find_xy
mp1_data;
D_main= diag(-(1./d(1:n)+1./d(2:n+1),0);
D_upper= diag(1./d(2:n),1);
D_lower= diag(1./d(2:n
function handles= final_graphs
% Name: Ting-Tsung, Lin
% NetID: tlin14
% This function shows how the solutions approach in the functions.
global Data
figure
mp1_data;
Forces=Data(:,1);
Lengths=Data(:,2);
handles(1)=plot(Forces, Lengths, 'r*');
hold on
Tru