oliphant.travis at ieee.org
Sat Dec 24 23:49:52 CST 2005
LOPEZ GARCIA DE LOMANA, ADRIAN wrote:
>Thanks for your answer.
>I've found the variable "rhok" at the optimize.py, and I would like to run it again setting a larger number, but, what is large?
>rhok = 1 / Num.dot(yk,sk) ------> rhok = 0.1?, rhok = 1000000.0?
There is really no way to tell, but I'd try rhok > 1, maybe rhok=10**3
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