Short Tutorial: Getting Started With Ipopt in 90 Minutes

Ipopt is an open-source software package for large-scale nonlinear optimization. This tutorial gives a short introduction that should allow the reader to install and test the package on a UNIX-like system, and to run simple examples in a short period of time.

By: Andreas Wächter

Published in: RC24790 in 2009


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