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Re: Hi, ...
Re: Hi, ...
Fri, 22 Jan 1999 17:31:57 +0000
At <http://www.mathworks.com/ftp/optimsv4.shtml> you can find several
optimization algoritms. I tried dsmax with sucess on Octave with only
very small modofications.
The Mathworks download license says:
The rules for M-file submissions are,
1. The authors name and address (e-mail or otherwise) must
5. All files submitted should represent your own work and
no material copyrighted by The MathWorks or any other party.
6. This archive is publicly accessible. All files submitted
to the archive are subject to public distribution. Please
submit only those files you wish to be put into the public
And I supose that they can be distributed with Octave. As I am not an
Optimization guru, I can't rewrite those functions "without looking the
code", but I can adapt them for use with Octave. Is it legal?
Andrea Ciuffoli wrote:
> I need to use fmins and fminstep to find the rigth parameters of a
> fnction given a set of data.
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- Hi, ..., Andrea Ciuffoli, 1999/01/22
- Re: Hi, ...,
Joao Cardoso <=