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Madalina

07/27/12 11:38am
Hi all!
I'm using NMinimize as an alternative to Minimize for a nonlinear constrained optimization problem. I have the following question regarding its warnings, more exactly how much error could be in the output if I get the followings.
1. ,,NMinimize was unable to generate any initial points satisfying the \
inequality constraints ... The initial region specified may not contain any feasible points. \
Changing the initial region or specifying explicit initial points may \
provide a better solution.''
Is this warning message similar to the next one which is returned by Minimize
,,Minimize::wksol: Warning: There is no minimum in the region in which the objective \
function is defined and the constraints are satisfied; returning a \
result on the boundary.''
2. Failed to converge to the requested accuracy or precision within 100 iterations.
I mention that the result obtained is exactly what I'm expecting, except some decimals.
Thank you very much!
ME
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