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Nonlinear Fit algorithms

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  • Subject: [mg12754] Nonlinear Fit algorithms
  • From: Dietrich Foerster <foerster at bortibm4.in2p3.fr>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 03:04:15 -0400
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hello, 

in a previous version of Mathematica, a simplex downhill method could be
opted for before switching on Levenberg+... . I regret that the old
simplex method is no longer available because I have trouble finding
global minima in many dimensions. 

(1) Is it pointless to use the Nelder Mead method? 

(2) If not, where do I find this code that was previously available? 

(3) Or what is your alternate suggestion? 

Thank you in advance for your comments, yours 

foerster at bortibm4.in2p3.fr 


D. Foerster
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