Argument  Description  Used by Functions 

A, b  The matrix 

Aeq, beq  The matrix 

C, d  The matrix  
f  The vector of coefficients for the linear term in the
linear equation  
fun  The function to be optimized. 

goal  Vector of values that the objectives attempt to attain. The vector is the same length as the number of objectives.  
H  The matrix of coefficients for the quadratic terms in
the quadratic equation  
lb, ub  Lower and upper bound vectors (or matrices). The arguments
are normally the same size as 

nonlcon  The function that computes the nonlinear inequality and equality constraints. Passing Extra Parameters explains how to parametrize the function
See
the individual reference pages for more information on  
ntheta  The number of semiinfinite constraints.  
options  A structure that defines options used by the optimization functions. For information about the options, see Optimization Options Reference or the individual function reference pages.  All functions 
seminfcon  The function that computes the nonlinear inequality and equality constraints
and the semiinfinite constraints.
See the function reference pages for  
weight  A weighting vector to control the relative underattainment or overattainment of the objectives.  
xdata, ydata  The input data  
x0  Starting point (a scalar, vector or matrix). (For  
x1, x2  The interval over which the function is minimized. 