# picos.expressions.set_ellipsoid¶

Implements Ellipsoid.

Classes

class picos.expressions.set_ellipsoid.Ellipsoid(n, A='I', c=0)[source]

An affine transformation of the Euclidean unit ball.

Definition

For , invertible and , an instance of this class represents the set Unlike most sets, instances of this class offer a limited set of algebraic operations that are generalized from expressions to sets in the natural way. In particular, you can add or substract constant vectors of matching dimension and apply matrix multiplication from the left hand side, both of which will act on the term in the definition above.

Example

>>> from picos import Ellipsoid, RealVariable
>>> Ellipsoid(3)  # Three-dimensional Euclidean unit ball.
<Centered Unit Ball: {I·x : ‖x‖ ≤ 1}>
>>> Ellipsoid(3, range(9))  # Linear transformation of the unit ball.
<Centered Ellipsoid: {[3×3]·x : ‖x‖ ≤ 1}>
>>> Ellipsoid(3, "2I", 1)  # Offset ball of radius two.
<Offset Ellipsoid: {2·I·x +  : ‖x‖ ≤ 1}>
>>> 2*Ellipsoid(3) + 1  # The same using algebraic operations.
<Offset Ellipsoid: {2·I·x +  : ‖x‖ ≤ 1}>
>>> x = RealVariable("x", 3)
>>> (2*x + range(3)) << (4*Ellipsoid(3) + 5)  # Constraint creation.
<4×1 SOC Constraint: ‖(4·I)^(-1)·(2·x + [3×1] - )‖ ≤ 1>


Note

Due to significant differences in scope, Ellipsoid is not a superclass of Ball even though both classes can represent Euclidean balls around the origin.

__init__(n, A='I', c=0)[source]

Construct an ellipsoid.

Parameters
• n (int) – Dimensionality of the ellipsoid.

• A (AffineExpression or recognized by load_data) – Invertible linear transformation matrix .

• c (AffineExpression or recognized by load_data) – The center of the ellispoid.

Warning

Invertibility of is not checked on instanciation. If is singular, a RuntimeError is raised once the inverse is needed.

property A

The linear operator matrix .

property Ainv[source]

The inverse linear operator matrix .

property c

The center point .

property dim

The dimensionality .