• KELLEY

  • Referenced in 631 articles [sw04829]
  • pages, is devoted to the optimization of smooth functions. The methods studied in this first ... also second order derivatives of the objective function. The first part contains five chapters ... deals with the optimization of noisy functions. Such optimization problems arise, e.g., when the evaluation ... treatment of both, optimization methods for smooth and for noisy functions is a unique feature...
  • CPLEX

  • Referenced in 2766 articles [sw04082]
  • objective to be optimized can be expressed as a linear function or a convex quadratic...
  • mctoolbox

  • Referenced in 1485 articles [sw04827]
  • collection of MATLAB M-files containing functions for constructing test matrices, computing matrix factorizations, visualizing ... carrying out direct search optimization. Various other miscellaneous functions are also included. This toolbox supersedes...
  • ABC

  • Referenced in 289 articles [sw10950]
  • powerful and efficient algorithm for numerical function optimization: artificial bee colony (ABC) algorithm. Swarm intelligence ... work, ABC algorithm is used for optimizing multivariable functions and the results produced...
  • Adam

  • Referenced in 861 articles [sw22205]
  • first-order gradient-based optimization of stochastic objective functions, based on adaptive estimates of lower ... best known results under the online convex optimization framework. Empirical results demonstrate that Adam works...
  • CVX

  • Referenced in 832 articles [sw04594]
  • much more complex convex optimization problems, including many involving nondifferentiable functions, such as ℓ1 norms...
  • INTLAB

  • Referenced in 471 articles [sw04004]
  • systems systems of nonlinear equations (including unconstrained optimization) roots of univariate and multivariate nonlinear equations ... problems (simple and clusters) quadrature for univariate functions univariate polynomial zeros (simple and clusters) interval ... equations) Hessians (for global optimization) Taylor series for univariate functions automatic slopes (sequential approach, slow...
  • SNOPT

  • Referenced in 551 articles [sw02300]
  • effective for solving constrained optimization problems with smooth nonlinear functions in the objective and constraints ... that uses a smooth augmented Lagrangian merit function and makes explicit provision for infeasibility ... important application is to trajectory optimization in the aerospace industry. Numerical results are given...
  • SVMlight

  • Referenced in 264 articles [sw04076]
  • problem of learning a ranking function. The optimization algorithms used in SVMlight are described ... version is an algorithm for learning ranking functions [Joachims, 2002c]. The goal is to learn ... function from preference examples, so that it orders a new set of objects as accurately ... algorithm proceeds by solving a sequence of optimization problems lower-bounding the solution using...
  • Optimization Toolbox

  • Referenced in 305 articles [sw10828]
  • integer, and nonlinear optimization problems. Optimization Toolbox™ provides functions for finding parameters that minimize ... mixed-integer linear programming, quadratic programming, nonlinear optimization, and nonlinear least squares...
  • MPT

  • Referenced in 230 articles [sw04732]
  • field of computational geometry and multi-parametric optimization. The toolbox offers a broad spectrum ... avoidance constraints, or create custom objective functions. Resulting optimal control laws can either be embedded...
  • SQPlab

  • Referenced in 176 articles [sw05161]
  • algorithm for solving constrained optimization problems. The functions defining the problem can be nonlinear ... will be paid to problems with an optimal control structure. SQP stands for Sequential Quadratic ... quadratic program (QP). This is a simpler optimization problem, which has a quadratic objective ... when the evaluation of the functions defining the nonlinear optimization problem, and their derivatives...
  • Knapsack

  • Referenced in 488 articles [sw04723]
  • hard problems in combinatorial optimization, as they maximize an objective function subject to a single...
  • REDUCE

  • Referenced in 746 articles [sw00789]
  • real arithmetic; facilities for defining new functions and extending program syntax; analytic differentiation and integration ... optimized numerical programs from symbolic input; calculations with a wide variety of special functions; Dirac...
  • NOMAD

  • Referenced in 105 articles [sw02916]
  • nonlinear constraints. Blackbox optimization is about optimizing functions that are usually given as costly programs...
  • Tabu search

  • Referenced in 1067 articles [sw08556]
  • types of constraints and objective functions. Similarly, the method itself can be evolved to varying ... sophistication. We provide several examples of discrete optimization problems to illustrate the strategic concerns...
  • Genocop

  • Referenced in 1099 articles [sw04707]
  • algorithm-based program for constrained and unconstrained optimization, written in C. The Genocop system aims ... input parameters) of a function; additional linear constraints (equations and inequalities) can be specified...
  • MIPLIB

  • Referenced in 328 articles [sw04067]
  • optimization problem in which a linear objective function is minimized subject to linear constraints over...
  • CEC 05

  • Referenced in 178 articles [sw18811]
  • Session on Real-Parameter Optimization. .. In this report, 25 benchmark functions are given and experiments ... conducted on some real-parameter optimization algorithms. The codes in Matlab, C and Java ... mathematical formulas and properties of these functions are described in Section 2. In Section...
  • DFO

  • Referenced in 129 articles [sw04737]
  • Fortran package for solving general nonlinear optimization problems that have the following characteristics: they ... scale (less than 100 variables), their objective function is relatively expensive to compute and derivatives ... some noise in the function evaluation procedures. Such optimization problems arise ,for example, in engineering...