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Global Optimization Toolbox for Maple: an introduction with illustrative applications

Janos D. Pinter, David Linder and Paulina Chin

“This article presents a concise review of the scientific–technical computing system Maple and its application potentials in Operations Research. The primary emphasis is placed on non-linear optimization models that may be formulated using a broad range of components, including e.g. special functions, integrals, systems of differential equations, deterministic or stochastic simulation, external function calls, and other computational procedures. Such models may have a complicated structure, with possibly a non-convex feasible set and multiple, global and local, optima. We introduce the Global Optimization Toolbox to solve such models in Maple, and illustrate its usage by numerical examples.”

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