[SciPy-dev] openopt and algencan
Thu Mar 20 14:49:32 CDT 2008
On Thu, 20 Mar 2008 20:32:53 +0200
dmitrey <email@example.com> wrote:
> Nils, try using p.xlabel = 'nf'
> this is temporary name for "number of function
>evaluations", I will
> think what is better name for the case, and then commit
>it into OO doc.
> This is more appropriate vs your "iteration" that you
>have chosen for
> your x label.
> Your "iteration" is just a single objfunc evaluation,
>while users will
> suppose solvers have different iterations with different
> objFunc evaluations in each one.
> Also, take into account, that ralg can yield infeasible
> points, so your single-subplot picture doesn't provide
>all convergence info.
> Ralg is intended to handle lb-ub problems more bette in
> Regards, D.
> Nils Wagner wrote:
>> On Thu, 20 Mar 2008 19:03:25 +0200
>> dmitrey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Hi Nils,
>>> I have made some changes to svn, try using ALGENCAN now.
>> Great ! It works for me. Thank you very much !
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Thank you for your comments.
BTW, do you have an
optional specification file algencan.dat
that you can send me ?
I just noticed the message
The optional specification file algencan.dat was not
found in the current
directory (this is not a problem nor an error). The
default values for the
ALGENCAN parameters will be used.
rhoauto = T
rhotype = 1
rhomult = 1.0000E+01
rhofrac = 5.0000E-01
gtype = 0
hptype = 6
intype = 0
precond = QNCGNA
checkder = F
epsfeas = 1.0000E-06
epsopt = 1.0000E-06
maxoutit = 50
maxtotit = 1000
maxtotfc = 10000
iprint = 0
ncomp = 5
ALGENCAN has finished solving the problem unnamed
istop: 2 (|| gradient F(X[k]) || < gradtol)
Solver: Time Elapsed = 0.21 CPU Time Elapsed = 0.2
objFunValue: 443.752171145 (feasible, max constraint = 0)
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