Currently, OPT++ includes the classic Newton methods, a nonlinear interior-point method, parallel direct search, a trust region - parallel direct search hybrid, a generating set search, and a wrapper to NPSOL. Between these methods, a wide range of problems can be solved, e.g. with or without constraints, with or without analytic gradients, simulation based, etc.
OPT++ has been copyrighted by Sandia Corporation and is freely distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License. Please see the Copyright Information and the GNU Lesser General Public License for more information.
|Authors||Juan C. Meza, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory |
Patricia D. Hough, Sandia National Laboratories
Pamela J. Williams, LMI Government Consulting
Ricardo A. Oliva, Sabio Labs, Inc.
|Bug Reports||Bugzilla |
|Contact||OPT++ Developers |
Thanks to Sherae Daniel of the University of Maryland and Andrew Rothfuss of Sandia National Labs for help with the GUI/XML interface. Thanks also to Edward Walsh and Shane Brown, both of Sandia National Labs, for their assistance in converting the build system to autotools.
Last revised May 1, 2007