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Open Optimization Library

The Open Optimization Library (OOL) is a set of optimization codes written in C under the GNU Scientific Library (GSL) standards. It intends to provide modern optimization algorithms, all of them published in well-known optimization journals.

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  •  01 Jun 2005 17:58

    Release Notes: This release includes the Spectral Projected Gradient method (SPG), which is suited to large-scale problems due to its low memory requirements. The PGRAD and GENCAN were validated with the CUTEr test problem suite, ensuring the reliability of this implementation. Most of the OOL Reference Manual was rewritten and/or improved. Two new chapters ("Quick Start" and "Brief Theoretical Introduction") were included into the OOL Reference Manual. Several bugs were fixed.

    •  06 Aug 2004 13:31

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

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