ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed Class Reference

Solves Quadratic Programs (QPs) of several different forms while allowing a relaxation of the constraints. More...

#include <ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.hpp>

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Public Types

enum  EOutputLevel
 Enumeration for the amount of output to create from solve_qp(). More...
enum  ERunTests
 Enumeration for if to run internal tests or not. More...

Initializers

 STANDARD_MEMBER_COMPOSITION_MEMBERS (value_type, infinite_bound)
 Set the scalar that will be used to identigy infinite bounds.
 QPSolverRelaxed ()
 
virtual ~QPSolverRelaxed ()
 

Interface methods with default implementations

virtual QPSolverStats::ESolutionType solve_qp (std::ostream *out, EOutputLevel olevel, ERunTests test_what, const Vector &g, const MatrixSymOp &G, value_type etaL, const Vector &dL, const Vector &dU, const MatrixOp &E, BLAS_Cpp::Transp trans_E, const Vector &b, const Vector &eL, const Vector &eU, const MatrixOp &F, BLAS_Cpp::Transp trans_F, const Vector &f, value_type *obj_d, value_type *eta, VectorMutable *d, VectorMutable *nu, VectorMutable *mu, VectorMutable *Ed, VectorMutable *lambda, VectorMutable *Fd)
 Solve the QP.
virtual QPSolverStats::ESolutionType solve_qp (std::ostream *out, EOutputLevel olevel, ERunTests test_what, const Vector &g, const MatrixSymOp &G, value_type etaL, const Vector &dL, const Vector &dU, const MatrixOp &E, BLAS_Cpp::Transp trans_E, const Vector &b, const Vector &eL, const Vector &eU, value_type *obj_d, value_type *eta, VectorMutable *d, VectorMutable *nu, VectorMutable *mu, VectorMutable *Ed)
 Solve the QP without general equality constrants.
virtual QPSolverStats::ESolutionType solve_qp (std::ostream *out, EOutputLevel olevel, ERunTests test_what, const Vector &g, const MatrixSymOp &G, value_type etaL, const Vector &dL, const Vector &dU, const MatrixOp &F, BLAS_Cpp::Transp trans_F, const Vector &f, value_type *obj_d, value_type *eta, VectorMutable *d, VectorMutable *nu, VectorMutable *lambda, VectorMutable *Fd)
 Solve the QP without general inequality constrants.
virtual QPSolverStats::ESolutionType solve_qp (std::ostream *out, EOutputLevel olevel, ERunTests test_what, const Vector &g, const MatrixSymOp &G, const Vector &dL, const Vector &dU, value_type *obj_d, VectorMutable *d, VectorMutable *nu)
 Solve the QP without general equality or inequality constrants (no relaxation needed).
virtual QPSolverStats::ESolutionType solve_qp (std::ostream *out, EOutputLevel olevel, ERunTests test_what, const Vector &g, const MatrixSymOp &G, value_type etaL, const Vector *dL, const Vector *dU, const MatrixOp *E, BLAS_Cpp::Transp trans_E, const Vector *b, const Vector *eL, const Vector *eU, const MatrixOp *F, BLAS_Cpp::Transp trans_F, const Vector *f, value_type *obj_d, value_type *eta, VectorMutable *d, VectorMutable *nu, VectorMutable *mu, VectorMutable *Ed, VectorMutable *lambda, VectorMutable *Fd)
 This is a more flexible function where the client can set different constraints to be included.
virtual QPSolverStats get_qp_stats () const =0
 Get the statistics of the last QP solved.
virtual void release_memory ()=0
 Release any memory that is being used.

Static utility functions

static void validate_input (const value_type infinite_bound, const Vector &g, const MatrixSymOp &G, value_type etaL, const Vector *dL, const Vector *dU, const MatrixOp *E, BLAS_Cpp::Transp trans_E, const Vector *b, const Vector *eL, const Vector *eU, const MatrixOp *F, BLAS_Cpp::Transp trans_F, const Vector *f, const value_type *obj_d, const value_type *eta, const Vector *d, const Vector *nu, const Vector *mu, const Vector *Ed, const Vector *lambda, const Vector *Fd)
 This is a (static) function that is used as a utility to validate the input arguments to solve_qp().
static void print_qp_input (const value_type infinite_bound, std::ostream *out, EOutputLevel olevel, const Vector &g, const MatrixSymOp &G, value_type etaL, const Vector *dL, const Vector *dU, const MatrixOp *E, BLAS_Cpp::Transp trans_E, const Vector *b, const Vector *eL, const Vector *eU, const MatrixOp *F, BLAS_Cpp::Transp trans_F, const Vector *f, value_type *eta, VectorMutable *d, VectorMutable *nu, VectorMutable *mu, VectorMutable *lambda)
 Utility (static) function for printing the input input/output arguments before the QP solver is run. The QP solver subclasses can call this function.
static void print_qp_output (const value_type infinite_bound, std::ostream *out, EOutputLevel olevel, const value_type *obj_d, const value_type *eta, const Vector *d, const Vector *nu, const Vector *mu, const Vector *Ed, const Vector *lambda, const Vector *Fd)
 Utility (static) function for printing the output input/output arguments after the QP solver is run. The QP solver subclasses can call this function.

Pure virtual methods that must be overridden by subclass

virtual QPSolverStats::ESolutionType imp_solve_qp (std::ostream *out, EOutputLevel olevel, ERunTests test_what, const Vector &g, const MatrixSymOp &G, value_type etaL, const Vector *dL, const Vector *dU, const MatrixOp *E, BLAS_Cpp::Transp trans_E, const Vector *b, const Vector *eL, const Vector *eU, const MatrixOp *F, BLAS_Cpp::Transp trans_F, const Vector *f, value_type *obj_d, value_type *eta, VectorMutable *d, VectorMutable *nu, VectorMutable *mu, VectorMutable *Ed, VectorMutable *lambda, VectorMutable *Fd)=0
 Subclasses are to override this to implement the QP algorithm.

Classes

class  Infeasible
 Thrown if the QP is infeasible. More...
class  InvalidInput
 Thrown if there is invalid input. More...
class  TestFailed
 Thrown if a test failed. More...
class  Unbounded
 Thrown if the QP is unbounded. More...

Detailed Description

Solves Quadratic Programs (QPs) of several different forms while allowing a relaxation of the constraints.

The formulation for the QP being solved is:

  (1.1)  min          g'*d + 1/2*d'*G*d + M(eta)
         d <: R^n
         
         s.t.
  (1.2)               etaL <=  eta
  (1.3)               dL   <=  d                       <= dU
  (1.4)               eL   <=  op(E)*d - b*eta         <= eU
  (1.5)                        op(F)*d + (1 - eta) * f  = 0
 
The relaxation is used to ensure that the QP will have a solution (eta = 1, d = 0 guaranteed if dL <= 0 <= dU and eL <= b <= eU). If the function M(eta) in the objective is large enough, then the constraint etaL <= eta will be active if a feasible region exists. The form of the function M(eta) is not specified by this interface but is defined as appropriate for each individual QP solver method and implementation.

The Lagrangian for the QP in (1) is:

  L = g' * d + 1/2 * d' * G * d + M(eta)
       + kappa * (etaL - eta)
       + nuL' * (dL - d)
       + nuU' * (d - dU)
       + muL' * (eL - op(E)*d - b*eta)
       + muU' * (op(E)*d - b*eta - eU)
     + lambda' * (op(F)*d + (1 - eta) * f)
 
The optimality conditions for this QP are:
  Linear dependence of gradients:
    
  (2)  d(L)/d(d) = g + G*d - nuL + nuU + op(E)'*(- muL + muU) + op(F)'*lambda
                 = g + G*d + nu + op(E)'*mu + op(F)'*lambda = 0
    
       where: nu = nuU - nuL, mu = muU - muL

  (3)  d(L)/d(eta) = d(M)/d(eta) - kappa - b'*mu - f'*lambda = 0
    
  Feasibility:
    
  (4.1)  etaL <=  eta
  (4.2)  dL   <=  d                       <= dU
  (4.3)  eL   <=  op(E)*d - b*eta         <= eU
  (4.4)  op(F)*d + (1 - eta) * f  = 0

  Complementarity:

  (5.1)  nu(i) * (dL - d)(i) = 0, if nu(i) <= 0, i = 1...n
  (5.2)  nu(i) * (d - dU)(i) = 0, if nu(i) >= 0, i = 1...n
  (5.3)  mu(j) * (eL - op(E)*d + b*eta)(j) = 0, if mu(j) <= 0, j = 1...m_in
  (5.4)  mu(j) * (op(E)*d - b*eta - eU)(j) = 0, if mu(j) >= 0, j = 1...m_in

  Nonnegativity of Lagrange Multipliers for Inequality Constraints:

  (6.1)  nu(i) <= 0 if (dL - d)(i) = 0, i = 1...n
  (6.2)  nu(i) >= 0 if (d - dU)(i) = 0, i = 1...n
  (6.3)  mu(j) <= 0 if (eL - op(E)*d - b*eta)(j) = 0, j = 1...m_in
  (6.4)  mu(j) >= 0 if (op(E)*d - b*eta - eU)(j) = 0, j = 1...m_in
 
The optimal d and eta are determined as well as the lagrange multipliers for the constriants:
  nu :       dL <= d <= dU
 
  mu :       eL <= op(E)*d - b*eta <= eU

  lambda :   op(F)*d + (1 - eta) * f  = 0
 
The lagrange multiper kappa for the constraint etaL <= eta is not returned since if this constraint is not active, then kappa == 0 and all of the multiplier estimates will be off because of the arbitrarily large value of d(M)/d(eta) in the optimality condition (3).

Definition at line 119 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.hpp.


Member Enumeration Documentation

enum ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::EOutputLevel

Enumeration for the amount of output to create from solve_qp().

Definition at line 142 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.hpp.

enum ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::ERunTests

Enumeration for if to run internal tests or not.

Definition at line 153 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.hpp.


Constructor & Destructor Documentation

ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::QPSolverRelaxed (  ) 

Definition at line 46 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.cpp.

virtual ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::~QPSolverRelaxed (  )  [inline, virtual]

Definition at line 167 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.hpp.


Member Function Documentation

ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::STANDARD_MEMBER_COMPOSITION_MEMBERS ( value_type  ,
infinite_bound   
)

Set the scalar that will be used to identigy infinite bounds.

Reimplemented in ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxedQPKWIK.

QPSolverStats::ESolutionType ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::solve_qp ( std::ostream *  out,
EOutputLevel  olevel,
ERunTests  test_what,
const Vector &  g,
const MatrixSymOp &  G,
value_type  etaL,
const Vector &  dL,
const Vector &  dU,
const MatrixOp &  E,
BLAS_Cpp::Transp  trans_E,
const Vector &  b,
const Vector &  eL,
const Vector &  eU,
const MatrixOp &  F,
BLAS_Cpp::Transp  trans_F,
const Vector &  f,
value_type *  obj_d,
value_type *  eta,
VectorMutable *  d,
VectorMutable *  nu,
VectorMutable *  mu,
VectorMutable *  Ed,
VectorMutable *  lambda,
VectorMutable *  Fd 
) [virtual]

Solve the QP.

Parameters:
out [out] If out != NULL then output is printed to this stream depending on the value of olevel.
olevel [in] Determines the amount of output to print to *out. The exact type of output is determined by the implementing subclass but here is the sugguested behavior: PRINT_NONE : Don't print anything (same as out == NULL). PRINT_BASIC_INFO : Only print basic information about the solution of the QP. Amount of output = O(1). PRINT_ITER_SUMMARY : Prints a summary of each iteration in the algorithm. Amount of output = O(num_iter). PRINT_ITER_STEPS : Prints output about each iteration in more detail than PRINT_ITER_SUMMARY but is still O(num_iter). PRINT_ITER_VECTORS : Prints out important vectors computed in each QP iteration. Mainly useful for debugging. Amount of output = O((num_iter)(n)). PRINT_EVERY_THING : Print out nearly every important quantity within each QP iteration including vectors and matrices. Mainly useful for debugging. Amount of output = O((num_iter)(n-m)^2)+O((num_iter)(n))
test_what [in] Determines if internal validation tests are performed. The optimality conditions for the QP are not checked internally, this is something that client can (and should) do independently (see QPSolverRelaxedTester). RUN_TESTS : As many validation/consistency tests are performed internally as possible. If a test fails then a TestFailed execption will be thrown. The subclasses determine what the tests are and what failing a test means. NO_TEST : No tests are performed internally. This is to allow the fastest possible execution.
g [in] vector (size n): objective 1st order
G [in] matrix (size n x n): objective, second order Hessian
etaL [in] scalar: Lower bound for relaxation variable (0 usually)
dL [in] vector (size n): lower variable bounds
dU [in] vector (size n): upper variable bounds
E [in] matrix (op(E)) (size m_in x n): inequality constraint Jacobian matrix
trans_E [in] E is transposed?
b [in] vector (size m_in): relaxation vector for inequalities
eL [in] vector (size m_in): lower inequality bounds
eU [in] vector (size m_in): upper inequality bounds
F [in] matrix (op(F) size m_eq x n): equality constraint Jacobian matrix
trans_F [in] F is transposed?
f [in] vector (size m_eq): equality constraint right hand side
obj_d [out] If obj_d != NULL on input, then obj_d will be set with the value of obj_d = g'*d + 1/2*d'*G*d for the value of d returned.
eta [out] scalar: Relaxation variable
d [in/out] vector (size n): On input, it contains an intial estimate of the solution. On output it is the estimate of the solution (see the return value).
nu [in/out] vector (size n): Lagrange multipilers for variable bounds. On input it contains the estimate of the active set and multiplier values. If nu->nz() == 0 on input then there is no estimate for the active-set. Note that having nu->nz() > 0 on input is not a commandment to perform a warm start. Ultimatly this decision is up to the subclass and lower level subclass/client interactions. On output nu contains the active-set for the returned solution.
mu [in/out] vector (size m_in): Lagrange multipilers for the general inequality constriants. On input it contains the estimate of the active set and multiplier values. If mu->nz() == 0 on input then there is no estimate for the active-set. Note that having mu->nz() > 0 on input is not a commandment to perform a warm start. Ultimatly this decision is up to the subclass and lower level subclass/client interactions. On output mu contains the active-set for the returned solution.
Ed [in/out] vector (size m_in) If Ed!=NULL on input, then on output Ed will contain the product opt(E)*d for the value of d on output. This is included to save user from having to perform this computation again if it has already been done internally.
lambda [out] vector (size m_eq): Lagrange multipilers for equality constraints.
Fd [in/out] vector (size m_eq) If Fd!=NULL on input, then on output Fd will contain the product opt(F)*d for the value of d on output. This is included to save user from having to perform this computation again if it has already been done internally.
Returns:
OPTIMAL_SOLUTION : Returned point satisfies the optimality conditions in (2)-(6) above. This will generally be the case if the maximum number of QP iterations is not exceeded and none of the possible exeptions are thrown. PRIMAL_FEASIBLE_POINT : Returned point satisfies the feasibility and complementarity conditions in (4)-(5) above. For example, a primal, active-set QP algorithm may return this if the maxinum number of iterations has been exceeded durring the optimality phase (phase 2). DUAL_FEASIBLE_POINT : Returned point satisfies the optimality conditions in (2)-(4.1),(4.4),(5) and (6) but not the inequality constraints in (4.2),(4.3). For example, a dual, active-set QP algorithm might return this value if the maximum number of iterations has been exceeded. SUBOPTIMAL_POINT : Returned point does not accurately enough satisfy any of the optimality conditions in (2)-(6) above but the solution may still be of some use. For example, an active-set (primal, or dual) QP algorithm might return this if there is some serious illconditioning in the QP and a solution satisfying the desired tolerance could not be found. Also, a primal-dual interior point QP solver might return this if the maxinum number of iterations is exceeded. The returned solution may still be of some use to the client though.
This function may throw many exceptions. If there is some problem with the QP definition the exceptions Unbounded, Infeasible or InvalidInput may be thrown. If the QP is illconditioned other exeptions may be thrown by this function or perhaps warning messages may be printed to *out and a value other than OPTIMAL_SOLUTION may be returned.

After this function returns, this->get_qp_stats() can be called to return some statistics for the QP just solved (or attempted to be solved).

Note, the variable bounds can be removed by passing in dL.nz() == dU.nz() == 0.

By default this function calls the function this->solve_qp() which accepts various sets of constraints.

Definition at line 51 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.cpp.

QPSolverStats::ESolutionType ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::solve_qp ( std::ostream *  out,
EOutputLevel  olevel,
ERunTests  test_what,
const Vector &  g,
const MatrixSymOp &  G,
value_type  etaL,
const Vector &  dL,
const Vector &  dU,
const MatrixOp &  E,
BLAS_Cpp::Transp  trans_E,
const Vector &  b,
const Vector &  eL,
const Vector &  eU,
value_type *  obj_d,
value_type *  eta,
VectorMutable *  d,
VectorMutable *  nu,
VectorMutable *  mu,
VectorMutable *  Ed 
) [virtual]

Solve the QP without general equality constrants.

By default this function calls solve_qp() which accepts various sets of constraints.

Definition at line 72 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.cpp.

QPSolverStats::ESolutionType ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::solve_qp ( std::ostream *  out,
EOutputLevel  olevel,
ERunTests  test_what,
const Vector &  g,
const MatrixSymOp &  G,
value_type  etaL,
const Vector &  dL,
const Vector &  dU,
const MatrixOp &  F,
BLAS_Cpp::Transp  trans_F,
const Vector &  f,
value_type *  obj_d,
value_type *  eta,
VectorMutable *  d,
VectorMutable *  nu,
VectorMutable *  lambda,
VectorMutable *  Fd 
) [virtual]

Solve the QP without general inequality constrants.

By default this function calls solve_qp() which accepts various sets of constraints.

Definition at line 91 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.cpp.

QPSolverStats::ESolutionType ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::solve_qp ( std::ostream *  out,
EOutputLevel  olevel,
ERunTests  test_what,
const Vector &  g,
const MatrixSymOp &  G,
const Vector &  dL,
const Vector &  dU,
value_type *  obj_d,
VectorMutable *  d,
VectorMutable *  nu 
) [virtual]

Solve the QP without general equality or inequality constrants (no relaxation needed).

By default this function calls solve_qp() which accepts various sets of constraints.

Definition at line 110 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.cpp.

QPSolverStats::ESolutionType ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::solve_qp ( std::ostream *  out,
EOutputLevel  olevel,
ERunTests  test_what,
const Vector &  g,
const MatrixSymOp &  G,
value_type  etaL,
const Vector *  dL,
const Vector *  dU,
const MatrixOp *  E,
BLAS_Cpp::Transp  trans_E,
const Vector *  b,
const Vector *  eL,
const Vector *  eU,
const MatrixOp *  F,
BLAS_Cpp::Transp  trans_F,
const Vector *  f,
value_type *  obj_d,
value_type *  eta,
VectorMutable *  d,
VectorMutable *  nu,
VectorMutable *  mu,
VectorMutable *  Ed,
VectorMutable *  lambda,
VectorMutable *  Fd 
) [virtual]

This is a more flexible function where the client can set different constraints to be included.

The default implementation of this function validates the compatibily of the input objects and that the proper sets of constraints are set by calling validate_input() first. Refere to the method validate_input() to see how arguments are set. After input validation, print_qp_input() is called to print the QP input arguments. Then imp_solve_qp() is called which must be implemented by the subclass. Finally, print_qp_output() is called to print the QP output.

Definition at line 128 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.cpp.

virtual QPSolverStats ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::get_qp_stats (  )  const [pure virtual]

Get the statistics of the last QP solved.

solution: Returns the type of solution found. See solve_qp()
num_iter: Gives the number of QP iterations on output.
num_adds: Gives the number of iterations where a variable was added to the active-set. This does not include variables that where part of the initial estimate in nu for a warm start.
num_drops: Gives the number QP iterations where a variable was dropped.
warm_start: Returns if a warm start was performed.
infeas_qp: Returns if eta > 0.0.

Implemented in ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxedQPKWIK, ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxedQPOPTSOL, and ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxedQPSchur.

virtual void ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::release_memory (  )  [pure virtual]

Release any memory that is being used.

Implemented in ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxedQPKWIK, ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxedQPOPTSOL, and ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxedQPSchur.

void ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::validate_input ( const value_type  infinite_bound,
const Vector &  g,
const MatrixSymOp &  G,
value_type  etaL,
const Vector *  dL,
const Vector *  dU,
const MatrixOp *  E,
BLAS_Cpp::Transp  trans_E,
const Vector *  b,
const Vector *  eL,
const Vector *  eU,
const MatrixOp *  F,
BLAS_Cpp::Transp  trans_F,
const Vector *  f,
const value_type *  obj_d,
const value_type *  eta,
const Vector *  d,
const Vector *  nu,
const Vector *  mu,
const Vector *  Ed,
const Vector *  lambda,
const Vector *  Fd 
) [static]

This is a (static) function that is used as a utility to validate the input arguments to solve_qp().

The input arguments are validated as follows.

If the variable bounds are excluded then: void(dL) == void(dU) == void(nu) == NULL

If the general inequality constraints are excluded then: void(E) == void(b) == void(eL) == void(eU) == void(mu) == NULL

If the equality constraints are excluded then: void(F) == void(f) == void(lambda) == NULL

If the equality and inequality constraints are excluded then: eta == NULL void(E) == void(b) == void(eL) == void(eU) == void(mu) == NULL void(F) == void(f) == void(lambda) == NULL

If any errors are found an std::invalid_argument exception will be thrown.

Definition at line 163 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.cpp.

void ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::print_qp_input ( const value_type  infinite_bound,
std::ostream *  out,
EOutputLevel  olevel,
const Vector &  g,
const MatrixSymOp &  G,
value_type  etaL,
const Vector *  dL,
const Vector *  dU,
const MatrixOp *  E,
BLAS_Cpp::Transp  trans_E,
const Vector *  b,
const Vector *  eL,
const Vector *  eU,
const MatrixOp *  F,
BLAS_Cpp::Transp  trans_F,
const Vector *  f,
value_type *  eta,
VectorMutable *  d,
VectorMutable *  nu,
VectorMutable *  mu,
VectorMutable *  lambda 
) [static]

Utility (static) function for printing the input input/output arguments before the QP solver is run. The QP solver subclasses can call this function.

Parameters:
out [out] stream printed to if out != NULL
olevel [in] Determines what is printed. {description} [(int)olevel >= (int)PRINT_ITER_STEPS] Prints O(1) information about the arguments. [(int)olevel >= (int)PRINT_ITER_ACT_SET] Prints the contents of nu, mu, and lambda. Output is proportional to the number of active constraints O(nu->nz() + mu->nz() + lambda->dim()). [(int)olevel >= (int)PRINT_ITER_VECTORS] Prints the contents of all the vectors. Output is proportional to O(d->dim()). [(int)olevel >= (int)PRINT_EVERY_THING] Prints the contents of all the vectors and matrices. Output could be as large as O(d->dim() * d->dim()) or larger. {description}

Definition at line 262 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.cpp.

void ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::print_qp_output ( const value_type  infinite_bound,
std::ostream *  out,
EOutputLevel  olevel,
const value_type *  obj_d,
const value_type *  eta,
const Vector *  d,
const Vector *  nu,
const Vector *  mu,
const Vector *  Ed,
const Vector *  lambda,
const Vector *  Fd 
) [static]

Utility (static) function for printing the output input/output arguments after the QP solver is run. The QP solver subclasses can call this function.

Parameters:
out [out] stream printed to if out != NULL
olevel [in] Determines what is printed. {description} [(int)olevel >= (int)PRINT_ITER_STEPS] Prints O(1) information about the arguments. [(int)olevel >= (int)PRINT_ITER_ACT_SET] Prints the contents of nu, mu, and lambda. Output is proportional to the number of active constraints O(nu->nz() + mu->nz() + lambda->dim()). [(int)olevel >= (int)PRINT_ITER_VECTORS] Prints the contents of all the vectors. Output is proportional to O(d->dim()). [(int)olevel >= (int)PRINT_EVERY_THING] Prints the contents of all the vectors and matrices. Output could be as large as O(d->dim() * d->dim()) or larger. {description}

Definition at line 357 of file ConstrainedOptPack_QPSolverRelaxed.cpp.

virtual QPSolverStats::ESolutionType ConstrainedOptPack::QPSolverRelaxed::imp_solve_qp ( std::ostream *  out,
EOutputLevel  olevel,
ERunTests  test_what,
const Vector &  g,
const MatrixSymOp &  G,
value_type  etaL,
const Vector *  dL,
const Vector *  dU,
const MatrixOp *  E,
BLAS_Cpp::Transp  trans_E,
const Vector *  b,
const Vector *  eL,
const Vector *  eU,
const MatrixOp *  F,
BLAS_Cpp::Transp  trans_F,
const Vector *  f,
value_type *  obj_d,
value_type *  eta,
VectorMutable *  d,
VectorMutable *  nu,
VectorMutable *  mu,
VectorMutable *  Ed,
VectorMutable *  lambda,
VectorMutable *  Fd 
) [protected, pure virtual]

Subclasses are to override this to implement the QP algorithm.

Called by default implementations of solve_qp() methods.


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