Conditional forecasting: compatibility fix with MATLAB < R2016b

Implicit expansion (a.k.a. automatic broadcasting) was introduced in MATLAB
R2016b (and it has been present in Octave for quite some time).

Hence use bsxfun() instead.

The problem had been introduced in 228b2a53.
parent 633f1ad8
......@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ function imcforecast(constrained_paths, constrained_vars, options_cond_fcst)
% [1] Results are stored in oo_.conditional_forecast.
% [2] Use the function plot_icforecast to plot the results.
% Copyright (C) 2006-2019 Dynare Team
% Copyright (C) 2006-2020 Dynare Team
% This file is part of Dynare.
......@@ -249,7 +249,7 @@ for b=1:options_cond_fcst.replic %conditional forecast using cL set to constrain
[FORCS1(:,:,b), FORCS1_shocks(:,:,b)] = mcforecast3(cL,options_cond_fcst.periods,constrained_paths,shocks,FORCS1(:,:,b),T,R,mv, mu);
FORCS1(:,:,b)=FORCS1(:,:,b)+trend; %add trend
if max(max(max(abs(FORCS1(constrained_vars,1:cL,:)-constrained_paths))))>1e-4
if max(max(max(abs(bsxfun(@minus,FORCS1(constrained_vars,1:cL,:),constrained_paths)))))>1e-4
fprintf('\nconditional_forecasts: controlling of variables was not successful.\n')
fprintf('This can be due to numerical imprecision (e.g. explosive simulations)\n')
fprintf('or because the instrument(s) do not allow controlling the variable(s).\n')
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