Not Enough Input Arguments in GA

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nesrine nesrine
nesrine nesrine on 14 Aug 2014
Commented: Star Strider on 15 Aug 2014
function L=ga1(x)
load FM.mat;
load L0.mat;
load Lmsd.mat;
load Lrst.mat;
FM=FM(:,1);
L0=L0(:,1);
Lrst=Lrst(:,1);
Lmsd=Lmsd(:,1);
FT=x(1)*L0+x(2)*Lrst+x(3)*Lmsd;
L=abs(FM-FT);
end
Hi,
I have this problem when i run my genetic algorithm. At the first time it works but when i run again it return : Not Enough Input Arguments
I want a help to find a solution
Thanks

Answers (2)

Hikaru
Hikaru on 15 Aug 2014
You have to define the variable x before you run this program.
The error "Not Enough Input Arguments" means that MATLAB doesn't know what the values in the brackets in the first line are.

Star Strider
Star Strider on 15 Aug 2014
How are you calling the ga function? You have to tell ga the length of x.
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Star Strider
Star Strider on 15 Aug 2014
That’s given in the second argument to the ga function, termed ‘nvars’ in the documentation.

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