The assignment cannot be performed because the size of the left side is 1×1 and the size of the right side is 0×0.

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zx yang
zx yang on 17 Nov 2021
Commented: zx yang on 17 Nov 2021
The object function I code is as below, when I use the ga to call this function , occur the error:"The assignment cannot be performed because the size of the left side is 1×1 and the size of the right side is 0×0." But I do not know where is wrong.Anyone who can help me ? The code and the data needed I have upload,please help me. Thanks advanced.
function F = evaluate_objective(x)
global y_e beta lamda sample1 r0
f = zeros(1,3);%
Xt = [x(1) x(2) x(3) x(4) x(5) x(6) x(7) x(8) x(9) x(10)];
B = [1 1+sum(Xt)];% 一次项
[mS,nS]=size(sample1);[mX,nX]=size(Xt);
if nX~=nS %check that both matrices are of the right shape
Xt=Xt';
[mX,nX]=size(Xt);
end
Phi = zeros(mX,mS); %compute pairwise distances of points in X and S
for ii = 1:mX
for jj = 1:mS
Phi(ii,jj) = exp(-0.5*((norm(Xt(ii,:)-sample1(jj,:)))./r0)^2);
end
end
f(1) = abs((y_e(:,1) - (Phi*lamda(:,1)+B*beta(:,1))))/y_e(:,1);
f(2) = abs((y_e(:,2) - (Phi*lamda(:,2)+B*beta(:,2))))/y_e(:,2);
f(3) = abs((y_e(:,3) - (Phi*lamda(:,3)+B*beta(:,3))))/y_e(:,3);
F = max(f);
end

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Stephen
Stephen on 17 Nov 2021
Edited: Stephen on 17 Nov 2021
"But I do not know where is wrong"
The problem is caused by using GLOBAL variables instead of parameterizing the function properly:
One/some/all of those global variables are empty (probably because they are still set to the default empty array) and so the calculations on the RHS of these lines are empty:
f(1) = .. empty
f(2) = .. empty
f(3) = .. empty
But clearly you cannot assign zero elements to one element, thus the error.
The solution, as I stated at the start, is to parameterize the function properly:
S = load('var.mat');
fnh = @(x) evaluate_objective(x, S.Y, S.beta, S.lamda, S.sample1, S.r0);
out = ga(fnh,..)
But becuse your function has other errors, I cannot run this.
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