From: "Steven_Lord" <>
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Subject: Re: Non-linear optimization
Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 10:18:13 -0500
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"Toan Cao" <> wrote in message 
> "Steven_Lord" <> wrote in message 
> <kh2ni9$9ar$>...


> As i know, Levenberg-Marquardt, Gauss-Newton methods use f(x) to calculate 
> the Jacobian matrix. If i just have F(x) ( not f(x) ), how does 
> optimization solvers compute this matrix? Can you explain for me the way 
> that the solvers  implement ?

I believe the documentation for Optimization Toolbox and Global Optimization 
Toolbox describe the algorithms the functions in those two toolboxes use in 
some detail.

> Actually, i need to understand more deeply and hope to modify somethings 
> for my specific function.

Why? What's your application?

Steve Lord
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