Introducing PENLAB, a Matlab code for nonlinear conic optimization We will introduce a new code PENLAB, an open Matlab implementation and extension of our older PENNON. PENLAB can solve problems of nonconvex nonlinear optimization with standard (vector) variables and constraints, as well as matrix variables and constraints. We will demonstrate its functionality using several nonlinear semidefinite examples.
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