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Re: can this be solved in Mathematica 5.0?

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  • Subject: [mg50154] Re: [mg50140] can this be solved in Mathematica 5.0?
  • From: "Janos D. Pinter" <jdpinter at>
  • Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2004 01:20:02 -0400 (EDT)
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your model could be handled e.g by nonlinear/global optimization methods 
functions and packages. (I am the developer of MathOptimizer and 
MathOptimizer Professional.)

If you are interested in a professional (commercial) solution, then please 
send along reasonably tight bounds for the parameters: these bounds are 
needed for all global solvers. If this is a one-time assignment, and you 
can provide at least minimal background regarding the need for solving this 
model, then I may do it as a courtesy. If you reveal your name, then I will 
acknowledge you for the example.

Btw, your return address <anonym at> does not work... are we in 
some danger to solve this model? :-)


Janos D. Pinter, PhD, DSc
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Adjunct Professor, Dalhousie University

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At 06:01 AM 8/17/2004, you wrote:
>Can the following equation:
>be solved for the following unknowns:
>\!\({X, b, K, A\_1, A\_2, A\_3, A\_4, B\_1, B\_2, B\_3, B\_4, C\_1, C\_2,
>C\_3, C\_4}\)

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