[R] Concatenate xyplots
Attiglah, Mama
Mama_Attiglah at ssga.com
Wed Jan 30 17:50:58 CET 2008
Hi room,
Is there any R package that solves a non linear objective pb, with
linear equality constraint?
A simple example
a =c (2, 5, 6, 7, 2)
b = c (7, 1, 4, 5, 6)
a and b are vectors of length 5
minimise f(x, a) = sum( (x-a)^2) such that sum( x*b) = 50.
where x is the control variable.
N.B.
For your info, I believe the structure of these solvers:
nlm, nlimb, lp, optim, optimize, constrOptim, solveLP, solve.QP, etc...
are not appropriate for it.
Solve.QP is the closest to a quad pb with inequality constraints which
when changed to two inequality constraints produces a degenerated
solution due to the fact that the Amat matrix's rows are dependent.
Thanks
Mama
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