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> As for LevenberMarquardt, it should still converge under this scheme, though perhaps slowly. Working with F directly would without question be better, but then you have to code it yourself. I have searched for general LevenbergMarquardt routines on the FEX and didn't find them. :( 
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> >It looks like finding lambda for quasiNewtonLM would be much more efficient than for true NewtonLM. 
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