Welcome to the TOMLAB /MINLP User's Guide. TOMLAB /MINLP includes a suite of 4 solvers in dense and sparse version and interfaces between The MathWorks' MATLAB and the MINLP solver package. The solver package includes the following solvers:
bqpd - For sparse and dense linear and quadratic programming (nonconvex).
filterSQP - For sparse and dense linear, quadratic and nonlinear programming.
minlpBB - For sparse and dense mixed-integer linear, quadratic and nonlinear programming.
miqpBB - For sparse and dense mixed-integer linear and quadratic.
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The interface between TOMLAB /MINLP, Matlab and TOMLAB consists of two layers. The first layer gives direct access from Matlab to MINLP, via calling one Matlab function that calls a pre-compiled MEX file (DLL under Windows, shared library in UNIX) that defines and solves the problem in MINLP. The second layer is a Matlab function that takes the input in the TOMLAB format, and calls the first layer function. On return the function creates the output in the TOMLAB format.
Contents of this Manual
- Using the Matlab Interface gives the basic information needed to run the Matlab interface.
- Solver Reference provides all the solver references for bqpd, filterSQP, minlpBB, and miqpBB.
- the DUNDEE structure presents the fields used in the special structure Prob.DUNDEE.
In this manual we assume that the user is familiar with MINLP, TOMLAB and the Matlab language.