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from __future__ import division, print_function, absolute_import
from . import _nnls
from numpy import asarray_chkfinite, zeros, double
__all__ = ['nnls']
def nnls(A, b):
Solve ``argmin_x || Ax - b ||_2`` for ``x>=0``. This is a wrapper
for a FORTRAN non-negative least squares solver.
A : ndarray
Matrix ``A`` as shown above.
b : ndarray
Right-hand side vector.
x : ndarray
Solution vector.
rnorm : float
The residual, ``|| Ax-b ||_2``.
The FORTRAN code was published in the book below. The algorithm
is an active set method. It solves the KKT (Karush-Kuhn-Tucker)
conditions for the non-negative least squares problem.
Lawson C., Hanson R.J., (1987) Solving Least Squares Problems, SIAM
A, b = map(asarray_chkfinite, (A, b))
if len(A.shape) != 2:
raise ValueError("expected matrix")
if len(b.shape) != 1:
raise ValueError("expected vector")
m, n = A.shape
if m != b.shape[0]:
raise ValueError("incompatible dimensions")
w = zeros((n,), dtype=double)
zz = zeros((m,), dtype=double)
index = zeros((n,), dtype=int)
x, rnorm, mode = _nnls.nnls(A, m, n, b, w, zz, index)
if mode != 1:
raise RuntimeError("too many iterations")
return x, rnorm