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Answered 4 years ago

Thanks for the answer. But I'm using Linux not Windows. What is the option on Linux/Mac?

I must use matlab in a shell, therefore, one can start in from the shell by typing "matlab -nodisplay". In my case 64bit matlab ...

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Have a look at the following code function [x_opt, fval, info] = testFSolve end function F = objective(x,z,t) end function J ...

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Thanks for the answer Brian. My gfortran executeable lies on my Mac 10.6 in /usr/local/bin, but in /usr/local/lib I cannot find ...

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I'm using Snow Leopard in 64 Bit mode and have an installation of matlab 2009b 64 bit. I have downloaded an extension from the m...

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Sorry, I forgot to post my final question (see below) I wrote the following extremely simple optimization problem: classdef To...

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I wrote the following extremely simple optimization problem: classdef ToyAlpha end Now the result looks like this: Exiting: O...

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