Optimization in Action: Proceedings of the Conference on Optimization in Action Held at the University of Bristol in January 1975
L. C. Laurence Charles Ward Dixon
Academic Press, 1976 - Mathematics - 622 pages
A survey of methods for minimizing sums of squares of nonlinear; Smoothed non-functional interpretations of statistical and experimental data; Parameterization of nonlinear least square fitting problems; Use of optimization techniques in optical filter design; An application of optimization techniques to the design of an optical filter; Least squares fitting of mcconologue arcs; A view of unconstrained optimization; Optimization of frequency selective electrical networks; The choice of design parameters for overhead line vibration dampers.
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Smoothed NonFunctional Interpretations
Parameterization of Nonlinear Least
An Application of Optimization Techniques
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applied approach bound branch and bound calculated chosen coefficients column components considered constrained problem convergence cost function curve dampers defined design variables discussed efficient EISPACK elements engineering equation error estimate example feasible filter Fletcher flight trial formulation frequency function evaluations given gradient Hessian Hessian matrix inequality initial input integer programming iteration least squares line search linear programming Mach minimization MINPACK modified modules noise nonlinear optimization nonlinear programming objective function obtained optimization problem optimization techniques optimum output parameters penalty function performance polynomial possible Powell procedure programming problem quadratic random recursive recursive least squares region routine saddle point satisfy search direction sequence shown in Fig simplex method smoothing solution solve specification stage step stochastic approximation straints strategy subroutine sum of squares tion unconstrained optimization updating values variable metric algorithms vector wavelengths zero