A wrapper on the different norm atoms. This is different from the standard "norm" method in the R base package.
If `p = 2`

, `axis = NA`

, and `x`

is a matrix, this returns the maximium singular value.

`cvxr_norm(x, p = 2, axis = NA_real_, keepdims = FALSE)`

- x
An Expression or numeric constant representing a vector or matrix.

- p
The type of norm. May be a number (p-norm), "inf" (infinity-norm), "nuc" (nuclear norm), or "fro" (Frobenius norm). The default is

`p = 2`

.- axis
(Optional) The dimension across which to apply the function:

`1`

indicates rows,`2`

indicates columns, and`NA`

indicates rows and columns. The default is`NA`

.- keepdims
(Optional) Should dimensions be maintained when applying the atom along an axis? If

`FALSE`

, result will be collapsed into an \(n x 1\) column vector. The default is`FALSE`

.

An Expression representing the norm.