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struct | RTOp_ROp_max_near_feas_step_reduct_obj_t |

Reduction operator for finding the maximum near feasibl step.

`targ_obj <- { max alpha | v[0] - beta <= v[1] + alpha * v[2] <= v[3] + beta }`

This is a specialized reduction operation that is used in many optimization methods to find the maximum step length `alpha# such that the iterates remain positive. This reduction operation returns a target object which consists of a set of values `

`targ_obj = { alpha_pos, alpha_neg }`

. Here, `alpha_pos# and `

`alpha_neg`

are the largets positive and negative steps `alpha# respectively that satifies the relaxed bounds. If `

`alpha_pos < 0.0`

on return then this is a flag that `v[1]# is already out of bounds and the value of `

`alpha_neg`

is insignificant.

` This operator is defined to allow exactly four vector arguments (`

`num_vecs == 2`

) `v[0]`

, `v[1]`

, and can only handle dense vectors.

Definition in file RTOp_ROp_max_near_feas_step.h.

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