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Topic: LMI-toolbox vs YALMIP vs CVX
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LMI-toolbox vs YALMIP vs CVX
Posted: Aug 29, 2009 1:17 PM
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Hello everyone-

I have been having problems with the LMI-toolbox feasp not being able to find a feasible solution when there is one and also with mincx returning a solution that it thinks is feasible when the returned solution is in fact not feasible. So, I am thinking about trying some of the other package such as CVX and YALMIP.

Has anyone had similar problems or had experience with some of the other (publicly) available packages that would indicate they are more robust/better than the LMI-toolbox?

Thanks!
-JH



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