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Topic: lsqnonlin function
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Toan Cao

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lsqnonlin function
Posted: May 16, 2013 5:06 PM
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Hello everyone,

I am using "lsqnonlin" function for optimization. In this function, i solve the problem with Levenberg-Marquard algorithm. In order to terminate the optimization process, TolFun and TolX criteria are used. However, I do not know how TolFun and TolX are computed for Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm ? Are they computed using 2-norm ? Are they absolute or relative criteria ?
Can you give me answer ? Thanks in advance!

Toan



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