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There are three known matrices M, N, and K.

M is a (4*4) matrix:

M=

[ 1 0 2 3;

2 1 3 5;

4 1 1 2;

0 3 4 3 ]

N is a (4*3) matrix:

N=

[ 3 0 4;

1 5 2;

7 1 3;

2 2 1 ]

K is a (2*4) matrix:

K=

[ 1 0 2 3;

2 1 3 5 ]

There is an unknown matrixV, whose size is (3*2).

My question is:

How tominimizetheinfinity normofM+NVKand find the V which can minimize the infinity norm of the matrix function? the question formulation is shown in the following:

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# How to Minimize the infinity norm of a matrix function

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