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February 6th, 2017, 07:13 AM   #1
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Unhappy Optimization Problem

I am new to this forum and any help is really appreciated.
I have following nonlinear equation:

[Tx;Ty;Tz] = Z * B/A

I have a data set for B and A (around 100 values) and i want to know Tx, Ty,Tz and Z. I have good initial estimate for Tx,Ty and Tz.
The Tx,Ty and Tz are constrained and a single constant value for them should satisfy whole data set, while Z can be different at each point.

Pretty complex.. Please help to solve it
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