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Solving Applied Mathematical Problems With MATLAB

Solving Applied Mathematical Problems With MATLAB

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A general description to constrained optimization problems is

min

x s.t. G(x) 0

f(x)

(6.6)

where x = [x1,x2,··· ,xn]T

. The interpretation of such a description is
that, under the constraints G(x) 0, a decision vector x is expected which

minimizes the objective function f(x). In practicaloptimization problems, the

constraints could be very complicated. For instance, it can be equalities or
inequalities, and it can also be linear or nonlinear. Sometimes, these functions

may not easily be described by mathematical functions.

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