[SciPy-user] Numerical Recipes robust fit implementation

dmitrey openopt@ukr....
Mon Jul 16 06:41:06 CDT 2007


my 2 cents:
openopt ralg solver works good to (currently unconstrained only) 
problems like F(x) = sum(abs(f[i](x))) (or other non-smooth funcs; 
convexity is highly preferable)
and it can use F(x) 1st derive if provided by user

however, ralg is intended for medium-scale problems only (nVars up to 
1000), and it is missing patterns yet, I guess it could be nice for your 
problem

HTH, D.

Matthieu Brucher wrote:
> Hi,
>  
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>     Ultimately I hope to determine the probability of a
>     a given data set being exponentially distributed, 
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>
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> In this case, you could use a non quadratic fit function, with a 
> pseudo norm1 cost ( for instance sqrt(eps + (y-f(x))²) with a small 
> eps so that the cost is derivable and a gradient descent should do the 
> trick).
>
> Matthieu
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