"<!--Consider a square in the (x1,x2) plane in R3 defined as-

C={x belongs to R3 |-1<=x1<=1, -1<=x2<=1, x3=0}

Now my question is that how to find affine hull of the above example.

I hope to hear from you soon."

Name:

Mrinal Kumar Rai Baruah

Thu, 11/15/2012 - 12:51

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Affine Hull(Convex Optimization)

"<!--Consider a square in the (x1,x2) plane in R3 defined as-

C={x belongs to R3 |-1<=x1<=1, -1<=x2<=1, x3=0}

Now my question is that how to find affine hull of the above example.

I hope to hear from you soon."

Name:

Mrinal Kumar Rai Baruah

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