Why do I get the message NaN?

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Max 2016 年 1 月 30 日

Hello,
I would like to calculate the expression below. But I always get: NaN. I can´t find my mistake.
Can somebody help me?
I4=5.718534314;
I5=-0.001546715453;
Cov__B_C_direct =1125899906842624*exp(I4^(4831891999187463/1125899906842624))*exp(8187485477687969/1715238139330560)*((230090095199403*...
exp(-I4^(4831891999187463/1125899906842624))*exp(-8187485477687969/1715238139330560)*I4^...
(3705992092344839/1125899906842624))/1233348233694652400 - (2558136220007576158378628793351*...
exp(-I4^(4831891999187463/1125899906842624))*exp(-8187485477687969/1715238139330560)*I5*I4^(2580092185502215/1125899906842624))/10681743549394799937933824491520 + ...
(3335311470258831134378888053767*exp(-I4^(4831891999187463/1125899906842624))*exp(-8187485477687969/1715238139330560)*...
I5* I4^(3705992092344839/562949953421312))/10681743549394799937933824491520)
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Star Strider 2016 年 1 月 30 日
When I converted it into a symbolic by putting:
syms I4 I5
between the assignments to those and your equation, I got:
Exponent overflow.
I suspect you’re dividing Inf/Inf, which will evaluate to NaN.
This is an observation, not an Answer, so I’m not posting it as one.

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Walter Roberson 2016 年 2 月 3 日
When I test in a different software package, I find no problem with the representation, even if I convert the floating point numbers to rationals. I do not find any portion of the expression to be particularly large.
An algebraic equivalent to the expression is
(16191151046901145333338734592/77084264605915775) * I4^(3705992092344839/1125899906842624) - (2558136220007576158378628793351/9487294105343480) * I5 * I4^(2580092185502215/1125899906842624) + (3335311470258831134378888053767/9487294105343480) * I5 * I4^(3705992092344839/562949953421312)
Caution: remember that all of those fractions are going to be evaluated to floating point numbers, losing precision in the process. If you do not want that, then you need to use the Symbolic Toolkit, with code such as
Cov__B_C_direct = sym('1125899906842624') * exp(I4^(sym('4831891999187463') / sym('1125899906842624'))) * exp(sym('8187485477687969') / sym('1715238139330560')) * ((sym('230090095199403') * exp(-I4^(sym('4831891999187463') / sym('1125899906842624'))) * exp(-sym('8187485477687969') / sym('1715238139330560')) * I4^(sym('3705992092344839') / sym('1125899906842624'))) / sym('1233348233694652400') - (sym('2558136220007576158378628793351') * exp(-I4^(sym('4831891999187463') / sym('1125899906842624'))) * exp(-sym('8187485477687969') / sym('1715238139330560')) * I5 * I4^(sym('2580092185502215') / sym('1125899906842624'))) / sym('10681743549394799937933824491520') + (sym('3335311470258831134378888053767') * exp(-I4^(sym('4831891999187463') / sym('1125899906842624'))) * exp(-sym('8187485477687969') / sym('1715238139330560')) * I5 * I4^(sym('3705992092344839') / sym('562949953421312'))) / sym('10681743549394799937933824491520'))
Or in the reduced form,
Cov__B_C_direct = (sym('16191151046901145333338734592') / sym('77084264605915775')) * I4^(sym('3705992092344839') / sym('1125899906842624')) - (sym('2558136220007576158378628793351') / sym('9487294105343480')) * I5 * I4^(sym('2580092185502215') / sym('1125899906842624')) + (sym('3335311470258831134378888053767') / sym('9487294105343480')) * I5 * I4^(sym('3705992092344839') / sym('562949953421312'))

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Abhisek Roy 2016 年 2 月 3 日
Hi Max,
It looks like some part of the expression reaches the maximum representable value for a double precision floating point number (which you can find using the function 'realmax'), it overflows, so it is represented as 'inf'. At this point, the numerical result no longer correctly represents the value of the function.
As a workaround for this type of issue try to re-express the function in a different form which does not contain quantities that overflow. In this case, simplify it if possible.

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