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Topic: sparse optimization?
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Ray D. Zimmerman

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sparse optimization?
Posted: Oct 8, 1996 4:02 PM
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Is there a "sparse-friendly" version of the optimization toolbox
around? Specifically, I want to use constr.m with user supplied
gradients which are sparse.

I suppose I can go through and modify some of the routines in the
optimization toolbox myself, but I wanted to check if such a beast
already exists ...

Please answer via e-mail ...

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