If I use fminsearch I will get a cost function value after each parameter evaluation. Would it be possible to feed these results in a second run?
Let me explain my question. Probably I completely misunderstand the idea of fminsearch, but I could image that an optimization procedure is "sensing" the cost-space of a problem, then finding step-by-step the minimum. Then if you feed precomputed costs for predefined parameters, it will "know" before evaluation that steping in a certian direction will lead to higher costs. Feeding predifined costs could therefore help the optimization coming more easy and faster to the optimal result.