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Initial value generator

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Hi,

I have integrated some CFSQP code into my own C code. As you may know,
CFSQP needs some initial values. Since it is very difficult in my case
to manually find initial values which satisfies all constraints, I was
wondering if there is any C code available (or any technique), which I
can integrate into my own C code, inorder to find some initial values
which satisfies all the constraints.

Thanks in advance...

Jul 23 '05 #1
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Magid wrote:
Hi,

I have integrated some CFSQP code into my own C code. As you may know,
CFSQP needs some initial values. Since it is very difficult in my case
to manually find initial values which satisfies all constraints, I was
wondering if there is any C code available (or any technique), which I
can integrate into my own C code, inorder to find some initial values
which satisfies all the constraints.

Thanks in advance...


Hmm, I don't know.

What is "CFSQP"?

This is a "C++" newsgroup. Did you mean to ask
your question in a "C" newsgroup, or are you
actually using C++?

Regards,
Larry
Jul 23 '05 #2

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Magid wrote:
Hi,

I have integrated some CFSQP code into my own C code. As you may know,
CFSQP needs some initial values. Since it is very difficult in my case
to manually find initial values which satisfies all constraints, I was
wondering if there is any C code available (or any technique), which I
can integrate into my own C code, inorder to find some initial values
which satisfies all the constraints.

Thanks in advance...


Your question is off topic here. However, it sounds like you have a
Linear Program (the word 'Program' being a math term, not a computer
one). Google for Linear Program and/or Simplex and see if the results
help with your situation.

-Alan
Jul 23 '05 #3

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