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RFSQP™ Version 1.0 (ISR IP)

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Inventors
André Tits, Craig Lawrence

Description
RFSQP™ is an optimization algorithhm. It s a set of C functions for the minimization of the maximum of a set of smooth objective functions. RFSQP is an implementation of two algorithms based on Sequential Quadratic Programming, modified so as to generate feasible iterates. It differs from related technology in providing in calling the user defined functions once for each scaler evaluation.

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June 18, 2007


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