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Fit points and specify the slope at one of the points

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Dennis Nikitaev
Dennis Nikitaev on 9 Feb 2021
Commented: darova on 10 Feb 2021
Hello,
I have a series of 4 points:
x=[-0.385444 0 0.985035 4.36849];
y=[0.599583870363438 0.103 1.00644809697272 2.02362891855202];
At x=0.985035, I need the slope to be 0.
How do I do this?
I am familiar with the spline function, but it will only let me specify the slope at the begining and end of the curve.
Thank you.
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darova
darova on 10 Feb 2021
Can you make a drawing of ho the curve should look like

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Answers (1)

Alex Sha
Alex Sha on 10 Feb 2021
Hi, try the function below:
y = p1+p2*x^2-p3*exp(p4*x);
to ensure the slope being 0 in point of "x=0.985035", should add a constraint of "p2*(2*xx)-p3*(exp(p4*xx)*p4)=0", where xx=0.985035. The result will be:
Root of Mean Square Error (RMSE): 0.287966090994206
Sum of Squared Residual: 0.331697878249934
Correlation Coef. (R): 0.913088032059037
R-Square: 0.833729754289445
Constrained Functions: p2*1.97007-p3*(exp(p4*0.985035)*p4)-0 = 1.44750877950628E-11
Parameter Best Estimate
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p1 -0.154217819730129
p2 -0.391394281530186
p3 -0.727826672642068
p4 0.591562409273376

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