TOMLAB is a general purpose development and modeling environment in Matlab for research, teaching and practical solution of optimization problems. The TOMLAB optimization environment is flexible, easy-to-use, robust and reliable for the solution of all types of applied optimization problems. TOMLAB has grown out of a need for advanced, robust and reliable tools to be used in the development of algorithms and software for the solution of applied optimization problems. TOMLAB supplies Matlab solver algorithms, as well as well-known state-of-the-art optimization software packages in the areas that TOMLAB covers. The external solvers are distributed as compiled binary MEX DLLs on PC-systems, and compiled MEX library files on Unix and other systems. All TOMLAB packages include a license for the solver.

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  19. Villegas, Andrés M.; Medaglia, Andrés L.; Zuluaga, Luis F.: Computing bounds on the expected payoff of Alternative Risk Transfer products (2012)
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