OBOE (Oracle Based Optimization Engine) is an open source software for general convex optimization. It assumes that a user-made code, thereafter named oracle, is capable of delivering first order information on the key elements of the problem (support the feasible set, support to the objective function). The engine exploits this information to construct the so-called localization set which is a polyhedral approximation of the set of optimal solutions.
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