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Update pyo3 requirement from 0.… (compare)
ArgminOp
methods is returning something containing NaN
s or INF
s. Have you tried printing the return values of those methods during a solver run?
argmin-rs
. The crate can be found here
central_diff
is not returning me the full f64, it is only returning me the values with two decimal places. Is this expected behavior or is there some configuration I need to set? Im pretty new to rust so I may be missing something.
(62475811.3671359-62475811.36713561)/(2* sqrt(2.2204460492503131e-16)) = 9.75
. This is either correct or there are numerical issues (in that case I'm afraid there's not much I can do). There could still be a problem in finitediff, but so far I couldn't find any indication. If you still think there is something wrong with finitediff then it would be great if you could provide a very minimalistic example because it is difficult for me to understand code from a field I'm not used to :)
Can somebody share a working code example of using NelderMead algorithm? Whatever I do, the program just crashes
or even don't compile
n+1
where n
is the number of dimensions of your problem.
@stefan-k, do you plan to implement the Powell method like in scipy minimize: https://docs.scipy.org/doc/scipy/reference/optimize.minimize-powell.html#optimize-minimize-powell ?
It seems very commonly used and simple