fmincon函数源代码_fminbnd函数

fmincon函数源代码_fminbnd函数输入参数:fun要求解的函数值;x0函数fun参数值的初始化;输出参数:X输出最优参数值原文链接:MATLAB优化函数fmincon解析

大家好,又见面了,我是你们的朋友全栈君。如果您正在找激活码,请点击查看最新教程,关注关注公众号 “全栈程序员社区” 获取激活教程,可能之前旧版本教程已经失效.最新Idea2022.1教程亲测有效,一键激活。

Jetbrains全家桶1年46,售后保障稳定

另附网址: MATLAB fmincon函数 进阶资料(磕盐记录)

1) 通用语法规则

[x,fval,exitflag,output,lambda,grad,hessian]=fmincon(fun,x0,A,b,Aeq,beq,lb,ub,nonlcon,options)

Jetbrains全家桶1年46,售后保障稳定

2) 输入输出界定

输入参数:

  • fun要求解的函数值;x0函数fun参数值的初始化;

  • 参数值的线性不等式约束A,b

  • 参数值的等式线性约束Aeq,beq,

  • 参数值的上界和下界lb,ub

  • 非线性约束nonlcon

输出参数:

  • X输出最优参数值

  • Fval输出fun在X参数的值

  • Exitflag输出fmincon额外条件值

3) 函数源码

function [X,FVAL,EXITFLAG,OUTPUT,LAMBDA,GRAD,HESSIAN] = fmincon(FUN,X,A,B,Aeq,Beq,LB,UB,NONLCON,options,varargin)
/*fmincon可以在多元函数中找到最小值
FMINCON attempts to solve problems of the form:
min F(X)  subject to:  A*X  <= B, Aeq*X  = Beq (linear constraints)线性约束
X                     C(X) <= 0, Ceq(X) = 0   (nonlinear constraints)非线性约束
LB <= X <= UB        (bounds)
*/
/*FMINCON implements four different algorithms: interior point, SQP,
%   active set, and trust region reflective. Choose one via the option
%   Algorithm: for instance, to choose SQP, set OPTIONS =
%   optimoptions('fmincon','Algorithm','sqp'), and then pass OPTIONS to
%   FMINCON.
fmincon函数应用四种不同的算法:内点法(interior point);序列二次规划算法(SQP);有效集法(active set);信赖域有效算法(trust region reflective)。
如果采用SQP算法可以设置 OPTIONS = optimoptions('fmincon','Algorithm','sqp'),再把OPTIONS赋给fmincon
*/  
/* 
%   X = FMINCON(FUN,X0,A,B) starts at X0 and finds a minimum X to the 
%   function FUN, subject to the linear inequalities A*X <= B. FUN accepts 
%   input X and returns a scalar function value F evaluated at X. X0 may be
%   a scalar, vector, or matrix. 
%
%   X = FMINCON(FUN,X0,A,B,Aeq,Beq) minimizes FUN subject to the linear 
%   equalities Aeq*X = Beq as well as A*X <= B. (Set A=[] and B=[] if no 
%   inequalities exist.)
%
%   X = FMINCON(FUN,X0,A,B,Aeq,Beq,LB,UB) defines a set of lower and upper
%   bounds on the design variables, X, so that a solution is found in 
%   the range LB <= X <= UB. Use empty matrices for LB and UB
%   if no bounds exist. Set LB(i) = -Inf if X(i) is unbounded below; 
%   set UB(i) = Inf if X(i) is unbounded above.
%
%   X = FMINCON(FUN,X0,A,B,Aeq,Beq,LB,UB,NONLCON) subjects the minimization
%   to the constraints defined in NONLCON. The function NONLCON accepts X 
%   and returns the vectors C and Ceq, representing the nonlinear 
%   inequalities and equalities respectively. FMINCON minimizes FUN such 
%   that C(X) <= 0 and Ceq(X) = 0. (Set LB = [] and/or UB = [] if no bounds
%   exist.)
%
%   X = FMINCON(FUN,X0,A,B,Aeq,Beq,LB,UB,NONLCON,OPTIONS) minimizes with
%   the default optimization parameters replaced by values in OPTIONS, an
%   argument created with the OPTIMOPTIONS function. See OPTIMOPTIONS for
%   details. For a list of options accepted by FMINCON refer to the
%   documentation.
%  
%   X = FMINCON(PROBLEM) finds the minimum for PROBLEM. PROBLEM is a
%   structure with the function FUN in PROBLEM.objective, the start point
%   in PROBLEM.x0, the linear inequality constraints in PROBLEM.Aineq
%   and PROBLEM.bineq, the linear equality constraints in PROBLEM.Aeq and
%   PROBLEM.beq, the lower bounds in PROBLEM.lb, the upper bounds in 
%   PROBLEM.ub, the nonlinear constraint function in PROBLEM.nonlcon, the
%   options structure in PROBLEM.options, and solver name 'fmincon' in
%   PROBLEM.solver. Use this syntax to solve at the command line a problem 
%   exported from OPTIMTOOL. The structure PROBLEM must have all the fields.
%
%   [X,FVAL] = FMINCON(FUN,X0,...) returns the value of the objective 
%   function FUN at the solution X.
%
%   [X,FVAL,EXITFLAG] = FMINCON(FUN,X0,...) returns an EXITFLAG that 
%   describes the exit condition of FMINCON. Possible values of EXITFLAG 
%   and the corresponding exit conditions are listed below. See the
%   documentation for a complete description.
%   */
/*
%   All algorithms:
%     1  First order optimality conditions satisfied.
%     0  Too many function evaluations or iterations.
%    -1  Stopped by output/plot function.
%    -2  No feasible point found.
%   Trust-region-reflective, interior-point, and sqp:
%     2  Change in X too small.
%   Trust-region-reflective:
%     3  Change in objective function too small.
%   Active-set only:
%     4  Computed search direction too small.
%     5  Predicted change in objective function too small.
%   Interior-point and sqp:
%    -3  Problem seems unbounded.
所有算法中EXITFLAG返回值涵义
1  满足一阶最优性条件
0	函数计算或迭代太多。无法求解
-1 被输出和绘图功能阻止
-2	找不到可行点
Trust-region-reflective, interior-point, and sqp:三种算法才有的返回值
2  X变化太小
Active-set 算法才有的返回值
4	计算搜索的方向太小
5	目标函数的预测变化太小。
Interior-point and sqp才有的
-3  问题没有边界
*/
/*
%   [X,FVAL,EXITFLAG,OUTPUT] = FMINCON(FUN,X0,...) returns a structure 
%   OUTPUT with information such as total number of iterations, and final 
%   objective function value. See the documentation for a complete list.
返回包含迭代总数和最终目标函数值等信息的结构输出
*/
/*
%   [X,FVAL,EXITFLAG,OUTPUT,LAMBDA] = FMINCON(FUN,X0,...) returns the 
%   Lagrange multipliers at the solution X: LAMBDA.lower for LB, 
%   LAMBDA.upper for UB, LAMBDA.ineqlin is for the linear inequalities, 
%   LAMBDA.eqlin is for the linear equalities, LAMBDA.ineqnonlin is for the
%   nonlinear inequalities, and LAMBDA.eqnonlin is for the nonlinear 
%   equalities.
返回解x处的拉格朗日乘数:lambda.lower表示lb,lambda.upper表示ub,
lambda.ineqlin表示线性不等式,lambda.eqlin表示线性等式,
lambda.ineqnonlin表示非线性不等式,lambda.eqnonlin表示非线性不等式。
*/
/*
%   [X,FVAL,EXITFLAG,OUTPUT,LAMBDA,GRAD] = FMINCON(FUN,X0,...) returns the 
%   value of the gradient of FUN at the solution X.
返回解决方案x的fun渐变值。
%*/
/*  [X,FVAL,EXITFLAG,OUTPUT,LAMBDA,GRAD,HESSIAN] = FMINCON(FUN,X0,...) 
%   returns the value of the exact or approximate Hessian of the Lagrangian
%   at X. 
返回X的朗格朗日精确解或者近似Hessian矩阵
*/
/* Examples
%     FUN can be specified using @:
%        X = fmincon(@humps,...)
%     In this case, F = humps(X) returns the scalar function value F of 
%     the HUMPS function evaluated at X.
%
%     FUN can also be an anonymous function:
%        X = fmincon(@(x) 3*sin(x(1))+exp(x(2)),[1;1],[],[],[],[],[0 0])
%     returns X = [0;0].
%
%   If FUN or NONLCON are parameterized, you can use anonymous functions to
%   capture the problem-dependent parameters. Suppose you want to minimize 
%   the objective given in the function myfun, subject to the nonlinear 
%   constraint mycon, where these two functions are parameterized by their 
%   second argument a1 and a2, respectively. Here myfun and mycon are 
%   MATLAB file functions such as
%
%        function f = myfun(x,a1)      
%        f = x(1)^2 + a1*x(2)^2;       
%                                      
%        function [c,ceq] = mycon(x,a2)
%        c = a2/x(1) - x(2);
%        ceq = [];
%
%   To optimize for specific values of a1 and a2, first assign the values 
%   to these two parameters. Then create two one-argument anonymous 
%   functions that capture the values of a1 and a2, and call myfun and 
%   mycon with two arguments. Finally, pass these anonymous functions to 
%   FMINCON:
%
%        a1 = 2; a2 = 1.5; % define parameters first
%        options = optimoptions('fmincon','Algorithm','interior-point'); % run interior-point algorithm
%        x = fmincon(@(x) myfun(x,a1),[1;2],[],[],[],[],[],[],@(x) mycon(x,a2),options)
%
%   See also OPTIMOPTIONS, OPTIMTOOL, FMINUNC, FMINBND, FMINSEARCH, @, FUNCTION_HANDLE.
%   Copyright 1990-2013 The MathWorks, Inc.
*/
defaultopt = struct( ...
'Algorithm','interior-point', ...
'AlwaysHonorConstraints','bounds', ...
'DerivativeCheck','off', ...
'Diagnostics','off', ...
'DiffMaxChange',Inf, ...
'DiffMinChange',0, ...
'Display','final', ...
'FinDiffRelStep', [], ...
'FinDiffType','forward', ...    
'FunValCheck','off', ...
'GradConstr','off', ...
'GradObj','off', ...
'HessFcn',[], ...
'Hessian',[], ...    
'HessMult',[], ...
'HessPattern','sparse(ones(numberOfVariables))', ...
'InitBarrierParam',0.1, ...
'InitTrustRegionRadius','sqrt(numberOfVariables)', ...
'MaxFunEvals',[], ...
'MaxIter',[], ...
'MaxPCGIter','max(1,floor(numberOfVariables/2))', ...
'MaxProjCGIter','2*(numberOfVariables-numberOfEqualities)', ...    
'MaxSQPIter','10*max(numberOfVariables,numberOfInequalities+numberOfBounds)', ...
'ObjectiveLimit',-1e20, ...
'OutputFcn',[], ...
'PlotFcns',[], ...
'PrecondBandWidth',0, ...
'RelLineSrchBnd',[], ...
'RelLineSrchBndDuration',1, ...
'ScaleProblem','none', ...
'SubproblemAlgorithm','ldl-factorization', ...
'TolCon',1e-6, ...
'TolConSQP',1e-6, ...    
'TolFun',1e-6, ...
'TolPCG',0.1, ...
'TolProjCG',1e-2, ...
'TolProjCGAbs',1e-10, ...
'TolX',[], ...
'TypicalX','ones(numberOfVariables,1)', ...
'UseParallel',false ...
);
% If just 'defaults' passed in, return the default options in X
if nargin==1 && nargout <= 1 && strcmpi(FUN,'defaults')
X = defaultopt;
return
end
if nargin < 10
options = [];
if nargin < 9
NONLCON = [];
if nargin < 8
UB = [];
if nargin < 7
LB = [];
if nargin < 6
Beq = [];
if nargin < 5
Aeq = [];
end
end
end
end
end
end
problemInput = false;
if nargin == 1
if isa(FUN,'struct')
problemInput = true;
[FUN,X,A,B,Aeq,Beq,LB,UB,NONLCON,options] = separateOptimStruct(FUN);
else % Single input and non-structure.
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:InputArg'));
end
end
% Prepare the options for the solver
[options, optionFeedback] = prepareOptionsForSolver(options, 'fmincon');
if nargin < 4 && ~problemInput
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:AtLeastFourInputs'))
end
if isempty(NONLCON) && isempty(A) && isempty(Aeq) && isempty(UB) && isempty(LB)
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:ConstrainedProblemsOnly'))
end
% Check for non-double inputs
msg = isoptimargdbl('FMINCON', { 
'X0','A','B','Aeq','Beq','LB','UB'}, ...
X,  A,  B,  Aeq,  Beq,  LB,  UB);
if ~isempty(msg)
error('optimlib:fmincon:NonDoubleInput',msg);
end
if nargout > 4
computeLambda = true;
else 
computeLambda = false;
end
activeSet = 'medium-scale: SQP, Quasi-Newton, line-search';
sqp = 'sequential quadratic programming';
trustRegionReflective = 'trust-region-reflective';
interiorPoint = 'interior-point';
[sizes.xRows,sizes.xCols] = size(X);
XOUT = X(:);
sizes.nVar = length(XOUT);
% Check for empty X
if sizes.nVar == 0
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:EmptyX'));
end
display = optimget(options,'Display',defaultopt,'fast');
flags.detailedExitMsg = ~isempty(strfind(display,'detailed'));
switch display
case { 
'off','none'}
verbosity = 0;
case { 
'notify','notify-detailed'}
verbosity = 1;
case { 
'final','final-detailed'}
verbosity = 2;
case { 
'iter','iter-detailed'}
verbosity = 3;
case 'testing'
verbosity = 4;
otherwise
verbosity = 2;
end
% Set linear constraint right hand sides to column vectors
% (in particular, if empty, they will be made the correct
% size, 0-by-1)
B = B(:);
Beq = Beq(:);
% Check for consistency of linear constraints, before evaluating
% (potentially expensive) user functions 
% Set empty linear constraint matrices to the correct size, 0-by-n
if isempty(Aeq)
Aeq = reshape(Aeq,0,sizes.nVar);
end
if isempty(A)
A = reshape(A,0,sizes.nVar);   
end
[lin_eq,Aeqcol] = size(Aeq);
[lin_ineq,Acol] = size(A);
% These sizes checks assume that empty matrices have already been made the correct size
if Aeqcol ~= sizes.nVar
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:WrongNumberOfColumnsInAeq', sizes.nVar))
end
if lin_eq ~= length(Beq)
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:AeqAndBeqInconsistent'))
end
if Acol ~= sizes.nVar
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:WrongNumberOfColumnsInA', sizes.nVar))
end
if lin_ineq ~= length(B)
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:AeqAndBinInconsistent'))
end
% End of linear constraint consistency check
Algorithm = optimget(options,'Algorithm',defaultopt,'fast'); 
% Option needed for processing initial guess
AlwaysHonorConstraints = optimget(options,'AlwaysHonorConstraints',defaultopt,'fast'); 
% Determine algorithm user chose via options. (We need this now
% to set OUTPUT.algorithm in case of early termination due to 
% inconsistent bounds.) 
if strcmpi(Algorithm,'active-set')
OUTPUT.algorithm = activeSet;
elseif strcmpi(Algorithm,'sqp')
OUTPUT.algorithm = sqp;
elseif strcmpi(Algorithm,'interior-point')
OUTPUT.algorithm = interiorPoint;
elseif strcmpi(Algorithm,'trust-region-reflective')
OUTPUT.algorithm = trustRegionReflective;
else
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:InvalidAlgorithm'));
end    
[XOUT,l,u,msg] = checkbounds(XOUT,LB,UB,sizes.nVar);
if ~isempty(msg)
EXITFLAG = -2;
[FVAL,LAMBDA,GRAD,HESSIAN] = deal([]);
OUTPUT.iterations = 0;
OUTPUT.funcCount = 0;
OUTPUT.stepsize = [];
if strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,activeSet) || strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,sqp)
OUTPUT.lssteplength = [];
else % trust-region-reflective, interior-point
OUTPUT.cgiterations = [];
end
if strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,interiorPoint) || strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,activeSet) || ...
strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,sqp)
OUTPUT.constrviolation = [];
end
OUTPUT.firstorderopt = [];
OUTPUT.message = msg;
X(:) = XOUT;
if verbosity > 0
disp(msg)
end
return
end
% Get logical list of finite lower and upper bounds
finDiffFlags.hasLBs = isfinite(l);
finDiffFlags.hasUBs = isfinite(u);
lFinite = l(finDiffFlags.hasLBs);
uFinite = u(finDiffFlags.hasUBs);
% Create structure of flags and initial values, initialize merit function
% type and the original shape of X.
flags.meritFunction = 0;
initVals.xOrigShape = X;
diagnostics = strcmpi(optimget(options,'Diagnostics',defaultopt,'fast'),'on');
funValCheck = strcmpi(optimget(options,'FunValCheck',defaultopt,'fast'),'on');
derivativeCheck = strcmpi(optimget(options,'DerivativeCheck',defaultopt,'fast'),'on');
% Gather options needed for finitedifferences
% Write checked DiffMaxChange, DiffMinChage, FinDiffType, FinDiffRelStep,
% GradObj and GradConstr options back into struct for later use
options.DiffMinChange = optimget(options,'DiffMinChange',defaultopt,'fast');
options.DiffMaxChange = optimget(options,'DiffMaxChange',defaultopt,'fast');
if options.DiffMinChange >= options.DiffMaxChange
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:DiffChangesInconsistent', sprintf( '%0.5g', options.DiffMinChange ), sprintf( '%0.5g', options.DiffMaxChange )))
end
% Read in and error check option TypicalX
[typicalx,ME] = getNumericOrStringFieldValue('TypicalX','ones(numberOfVariables,1)', ...
ones(sizes.nVar,1),'a numeric value',options,defaultopt);
if ~isempty(ME)
throw(ME)
end
checkoptionsize('TypicalX', size(typicalx), sizes.nVar);
options.TypicalX = typicalx;
options.FinDiffType = optimget(options,'FinDiffType',defaultopt,'fast');
options = validateFinDiffRelStep(sizes.nVar,options,defaultopt);
options.GradObj = optimget(options,'GradObj',defaultopt,'fast');
options.GradConstr = optimget(options,'GradConstr',defaultopt,'fast');
flags.grad = strcmpi(options.GradObj,'on');
% Notice that defaultopt.Hessian = [], so the variable "hessian" can be empty
hessian = optimget(options,'Hessian',defaultopt,'fast'); 
% If calling trust-region-reflective with an unavailable Hessian option value, 
% issue informative error message
if strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,trustRegionReflective) && ...
~( isempty(hessian) || strcmpi(hessian,'on') || strcmpi(hessian,'user-supplied') || ...
strcmpi(hessian,'off') || strcmpi(hessian,'fin-diff-grads')  )
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:BadTRReflectHessianValue'))
end
if ~iscell(hessian) && ( strcmpi(hessian,'user-supplied') || strcmpi(hessian,'on') )
flags.hess = true;
else
flags.hess = false;
end
if isempty(NONLCON)
flags.constr = false;
else
flags.constr = true;
end
% Process objective function
if ~isempty(FUN)  % will detect empty string, empty matrix, empty cell array
% constrflag in optimfcnchk set to false because we're checking the objective, not constraint
funfcn = optimfcnchk(FUN,'fmincon',length(varargin),funValCheck,flags.grad,flags.hess,false,Algorithm);
else
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:InvalidFUN'));
end
% Process constraint function
if flags.constr % NONLCON is non-empty
flags.gradconst = strcmpi(options.GradConstr,'on');
% hessflag in optimfcnchk set to false because hessian is never returned by nonlinear constraint 
% function
%
% constrflag in optimfcnchk set to true because we're checking the constraints
confcn = optimfcnchk(NONLCON,'fmincon',length(varargin),funValCheck,flags.gradconst,false,true);
else
flags.gradconst = false; 
confcn = { 
'','','','',''};
end
[rowAeq,colAeq] = size(Aeq);
if strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,activeSet) || strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,sqp)
% See if linear constraints are sparse and if user passed in Hessian
if issparse(Aeq) || issparse(A)
warning(message('optimlib:fmincon:ConvertingToFull', Algorithm))
end
if flags.hess % conflicting options
flags.hess = false;
warning(message('optimlib:fmincon:HessianIgnoredForAlg', Algorithm));
if strcmpi(funfcn{ 
1},'fungradhess')
funfcn{ 
1}='fungrad';
elseif  strcmpi(funfcn{ 
1},'fun_then_grad_then_hess')
funfcn{ 
1}='fun_then_grad';
end
end
elseif strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,trustRegionReflective)
% Look at constraint type and supplied derivatives, and determine if
% trust-region-reflective can solve problem
isBoundedNLP = isempty(NONLCON) && isempty(A) && isempty(Aeq); % problem has only bounds and no other constraints 
isLinEqNLP = isempty(NONLCON) && isempty(A) && isempty(lFinite) ...
&& isempty(uFinite) && colAeq > rowAeq;
if isBoundedNLP && flags.grad
% if only l and u then call sfminbx
elseif isLinEqNLP && flags.grad
% if only Aeq beq and Aeq has more columns than rows, then call sfminle
else
if ~isBoundedNLP && ~isLinEqNLP
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:ConstrTRR', ...
addLink( 'Choosing the Algorithm', 'choose_algorithm' )))            
else
% The user has a problem that satisfies the TRR constraint
% restrictions but they haven't supplied gradients.
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:GradOffTRR', ...
addLink( 'Choosing the Algorithm', 'choose_algorithm' )))
end
end
end
lenvlb = length(l);
lenvub = length(u);
% Process initial point 
shiftedX0 = false; % boolean that indicates if initial point was shifted
if strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,activeSet)
%
% Ensure starting point lies within bounds
%
i=1:lenvlb;
lindex = XOUT(i)<l(i);
if any(lindex)
XOUT(lindex)=l(lindex); 
shiftedX0 = true;
end
i=1:lenvub;
uindex = XOUT(i)>u(i);
if any(uindex)
XOUT(uindex)=u(uindex);
shiftedX0 = true;
end
X(:) = XOUT;
elseif strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,trustRegionReflective)
%
% If components of initial x not within bounds, set those components  
% of initial point to a "box-centered" point
%
if isempty(Aeq)
arg = (u >= 1e10); arg2 = (l <= -1e10);
u(arg) = inf;
l(arg2) = -inf;
xinitOutOfBounds_idx = XOUT < l | XOUT > u;
if any(xinitOutOfBounds_idx)
shiftedX0 = true;
XOUT = startx(u,l,XOUT,xinitOutOfBounds_idx);
X(:) = XOUT;
end
else
% Phase-1 for sfminle nearest feas. pt. to XOUT. Don't print a
% message for this change in X0 for sfminle. 
XOUT = feasibl(Aeq,Beq,XOUT);
X(:) = XOUT;
end
elseif strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,interiorPoint)
% Variables: fixed, finite lower bounds, finite upper bounds
xIndices = classifyBoundsOnVars(l,u,sizes.nVar,true);
% If honor bounds mode, then check that initial point strictly satisfies the
% simple inequality bounds on the variables and exactly satisfies fixed variable
% bounds.
if strcmpi(AlwaysHonorConstraints,'bounds') || strcmpi(AlwaysHonorConstraints,'bounds-ineqs')
violatedFixedBnds_idx = XOUT(xIndices.fixed) ~= l(xIndices.fixed);
violatedLowerBnds_idx = XOUT(xIndices.finiteLb) <= l(xIndices.finiteLb);
violatedUpperBnds_idx = XOUT(xIndices.finiteUb) >= u(xIndices.finiteUb);
if any(violatedLowerBnds_idx) || any(violatedUpperBnds_idx) || any(violatedFixedBnds_idx)
XOUT = shiftInitPtToInterior(sizes.nVar,XOUT,l,u,Inf);
X(:) = XOUT;
shiftedX0 = true;
end
end
else % SQP
% Classify variables: finite lower bounds, finite upper bounds
xIndices = classifyBoundsOnVars(l,u,sizes.nVar,false);
% SQP always honors the bounds. Check that initial point
% strictly satisfies the bounds on the variables.
violatedLowerBnds_idx = XOUT(xIndices.finiteLb) < l(xIndices.finiteLb);
violatedUpperBnds_idx = XOUT(xIndices.finiteUb) > u(xIndices.finiteUb);
if any(violatedLowerBnds_idx) || any(violatedUpperBnds_idx)
finiteLbIdx = find(xIndices.finiteLb);
finiteUbIdx = find(xIndices.finiteUb);
XOUT(finiteLbIdx(violatedLowerBnds_idx)) = l(finiteLbIdx(violatedLowerBnds_idx));
XOUT(finiteUbIdx(violatedUpperBnds_idx)) = u(finiteUbIdx(violatedUpperBnds_idx));
X(:) = XOUT;
shiftedX0 = true;
end
end
% Display that x0 was shifted in order to honor bounds
if shiftedX0
if verbosity >= 3
if strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,interiorPoint) 
fprintf(getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:ShiftX0StrictInterior')));
fprintf('\n');
else
fprintf(getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:ShiftX0ToBnds')));
fprintf('\n');
end
end
end
% Evaluate function
initVals.g = zeros(sizes.nVar,1);
HESSIAN = []; 
switch funfcn{ 
1}
case 'fun'
try
initVals.f = feval(funfcn{ 
3},X,varargin{ 
:});
catch userFcn_ME
optim_ME = MException('optimlib:fmincon:ObjectiveError', ...
getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:ObjectiveError')));
userFcn_ME = addCause(userFcn_ME,optim_ME);
rethrow(userFcn_ME)
end
case 'fungrad'
try
[initVals.f,initVals.g] = feval(funfcn{ 
3},X,varargin{ 
:});
catch userFcn_ME
optim_ME = MException('optimlib:fmincon:ObjectiveError', ...
getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:ObjectiveError')));
userFcn_ME = addCause(userFcn_ME,optim_ME);
rethrow(userFcn_ME)
end
case 'fungradhess'
try
[initVals.f,initVals.g,HESSIAN] = feval(funfcn{ 
3},X,varargin{ 
:});
catch userFcn_ME
optim_ME = MException('optimlib:fmincon:ObjectiveError', ...
getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:ObjectiveError')));
userFcn_ME = addCause(userFcn_ME,optim_ME);
rethrow(userFcn_ME)
end
case 'fun_then_grad'
try
initVals.f = feval(funfcn{ 
3},X,varargin{ 
:});
catch userFcn_ME
optim_ME = MException('optimlib:fmincon:ObjectiveError', ...
getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:ObjectiveError')));
userFcn_ME = addCause(userFcn_ME,optim_ME);
rethrow(userFcn_ME)
end
try
initVals.g = feval(funfcn{ 
4},X,varargin{ 
:});
catch userFcn_ME
optim_ME = MException('optimlib:fmincon:GradientError', ...
getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:GradientError')));
userFcn_ME = addCause(userFcn_ME,optim_ME);
rethrow(userFcn_ME)
end
case 'fun_then_grad_then_hess'
try
initVals.f = feval(funfcn{ 
3},X,varargin{ 
:});
catch userFcn_ME
optim_ME = MException('optimlib:fmincon:ObjectiveError', ...
getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:ObjectiveError')));
userFcn_ME = addCause(userFcn_ME,optim_ME);
rethrow(userFcn_ME)
end
try
initVals.g = feval(funfcn{ 
4},X,varargin{ 
:});
catch userFcn_ME
optim_ME = MException('optimlib:fmincon:GradientError', ...
getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:GradientError')));
userFcn_ME = addCause(userFcn_ME,optim_ME);
rethrow(userFcn_ME)
end
try
HESSIAN = feval(funfcn{ 
5},X,varargin{ 
:});
catch userFcn_ME
optim_ME = MException('optimlib:fmincon:HessianError', ...
getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:HessianError')));            
userFcn_ME = addCause(userFcn_ME,optim_ME);
rethrow(userFcn_ME)
end
otherwise
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:UndefinedCallType'));
end
% Check that the objective value is a scalar
if numel(initVals.f) ~= 1
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:NonScalarObj'))
end
% Check that the objective gradient is the right size
initVals.g = initVals.g(:);
if numel(initVals.g) ~= sizes.nVar
error('optimlib:fmincon:InvalidSizeOfGradient', ...
getString(message('optimlib:commonMsgs:InvalidSizeOfGradient',sizes.nVar)));
end
% Evaluate constraints
switch confcn{ 
1}
case 'fun'
try
[ctmp,ceqtmp] = feval(confcn{ 
3},X,varargin{ 
:});
catch userFcn_ME
if strcmpi('MATLAB:maxlhs',userFcn_ME.identifier)
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:InvalidHandleNonlcon'))
else
optim_ME = MException('optimlib:fmincon:NonlconError', ...
getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:NonlconError')));
userFcn_ME = addCause(userFcn_ME,optim_ME);
rethrow(userFcn_ME)
end
end
initVals.ncineq = ctmp(:);
initVals.nceq = ceqtmp(:);
initVals.gnc = zeros(sizes.nVar,length(initVals.ncineq));
initVals.gnceq = zeros(sizes.nVar,length(initVals.nceq));
case 'fungrad'
try
[ctmp,ceqtmp,initVals.gnc,initVals.gnceq] = feval(confcn{ 
3},X,varargin{ 
:});
catch userFcn_ME
optim_ME = MException('optimlib:fmincon:NonlconError', ...
getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:NonlconError')));           
userFcn_ME = addCause(userFcn_ME,optim_ME);
rethrow(userFcn_ME)
end
initVals.ncineq = ctmp(:);
initVals.nceq = ceqtmp(:);
case 'fun_then_grad'
try
[ctmp,ceqtmp] = feval(confcn{ 
3},X,varargin{ 
:});
catch userFcn_ME
optim_ME = MException('optimlib:fmincon:NonlconError', ...
getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:NonlconError')));
userFcn_ME = addCause(userFcn_ME,optim_ME);
rethrow(userFcn_ME)
end
initVals.ncineq = ctmp(:);
initVals.nceq = ceqtmp(:);
try
[initVals.gnc,initVals.gnceq] = feval(confcn{ 
4},X,varargin{ 
:});
catch userFcn_ME
optim_ME = MException('optimlib:fmincon:NonlconFunOrGradError', ...
getString(message('optimlib:fmincon:NonlconFunOrGradError')));
userFcn_ME = addCause(userFcn_ME,optim_ME);
rethrow(userFcn_ME)
end
case ''
% No nonlinear constraints. Reshaping of empty quantities is done later
% in this file, where both cases, (i) no nonlinear constraints and (ii)
% nonlinear constraints that have one type missing (equalities or
% inequalities), are handled in one place
initVals.ncineq = [];
initVals.nceq = [];
initVals.gnc = [];
initVals.gnceq = [];
otherwise
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:UndefinedCallType'));
end
% Check for non-double data typed values returned by user functions 
if ~isempty( isoptimargdbl('FMINCON', { 
'f','g','H','c','ceq','gc','gceq'}, ...
initVals.f, initVals.g, HESSIAN, initVals.ncineq, initVals.nceq, initVals.gnc, initVals.gnceq) )
error('optimlib:fmincon:NonDoubleFunVal',getString(message('optimlib:commonMsgs:NonDoubleFunVal','FMINCON')));
end
sizes.mNonlinEq = length(initVals.nceq);
sizes.mNonlinIneq = length(initVals.ncineq);
% Make sure empty constraint and their derivatives have correct sizes (not 0-by-0):
if isempty(initVals.ncineq)
initVals.ncineq = reshape(initVals.ncineq,0,1);
end
if isempty(initVals.nceq)
initVals.nceq = reshape(initVals.nceq,0,1);
end
if isempty(initVals.gnc)
initVals.gnc = reshape(initVals.gnc,sizes.nVar,0);
end
if isempty(initVals.gnceq)
initVals.gnceq = reshape(initVals.gnceq,sizes.nVar,0);
end
[cgrow,cgcol] = size(initVals.gnc);
[ceqgrow,ceqgcol] = size(initVals.gnceq);
if cgrow ~= sizes.nVar || cgcol ~= sizes.mNonlinIneq
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:WrongSizeGradNonlinIneq', sizes.nVar, sizes.mNonlinIneq))
end
if ceqgrow ~= sizes.nVar || ceqgcol ~= sizes.mNonlinEq
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:WrongSizeGradNonlinEq', sizes.nVar, sizes.mNonlinEq))
end
if diagnostics
% Do diagnostics on information so far
diagnose('fmincon',OUTPUT,flags.grad,flags.hess,flags.constr,flags.gradconst,...
XOUT,sizes.mNonlinEq,sizes.mNonlinIneq,lin_eq,lin_ineq,l,u,funfcn,confcn);
end
% Create default structure of flags for finitedifferences:
% This structure will (temporarily) ignore some of the features that are
% algorithm-specific (e.g. scaling and fault-tolerance) and can be turned
% on later for the main algorithm.
finDiffFlags.fwdFinDiff = strcmpi(options.FinDiffType,'forward');
finDiffFlags.scaleObjConstr = false; % No scaling for now
finDiffFlags.chkFunEval = false;     % No fault-tolerance yet
finDiffFlags.chkComplexObj = false;  % No need to check for complex values
finDiffFlags.isGrad = true;          % Scalar objective
% Check derivatives
if derivativeCheck && ...               % User wants to check derivatives...
(flags.grad || ...                   % of either objective or ...
flags.gradconst && sizes.mNonlinEq+sizes.mNonlinIneq > 0) % nonlinear constraint function.
validateFirstDerivatives(funfcn,confcn,X, ...
l,u,options,finDiffFlags,sizes,varargin{ 
:});
end
% call algorithm
if strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,activeSet) % active-set
defaultopt.MaxIter = 400; defaultopt.MaxFunEvals = '100*numberofvariables'; defaultopt.TolX = 1e-6;
defaultopt.Hessian = 'off';
problemInfo = []; % No problem related data
[X,FVAL,LAMBDA,EXITFLAG,OUTPUT,GRAD,HESSIAN]=...
nlconst(funfcn,X,l,u,full(A),B,full(Aeq),Beq,confcn,options,defaultopt, ...
finDiffFlags,verbosity,flags,initVals,problemInfo,optionFeedback,varargin{ 
:});
elseif strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,trustRegionReflective) % trust-region-reflective
if (strcmpi(funfcn{ 
1}, 'fun_then_grad_then_hess') || strcmpi(funfcn{ 
1}, 'fungradhess'))
Hstr = [];
elseif (strcmpi(funfcn{ 
1}, 'fun_then_grad') || strcmpi(funfcn{ 
1}, 'fungrad'))
n = length(XOUT); 
Hstr = optimget(options,'HessPattern',defaultopt,'fast');
if ischar(Hstr) 
if strcmpi(Hstr,'sparse(ones(numberofvariables))')
Hstr = sparse(ones(n));
else
error(message('optimlib:fmincon:InvalidHessPattern'))
end
end
checkoptionsize('HessPattern', size(Hstr), n);
end
defaultopt.MaxIter = 400; defaultopt.MaxFunEvals = '100*numberofvariables'; defaultopt.TolX = 1e-6;
defaultopt.Hessian = 'off';
% Trust-region-reflective algorithm does not compute constraint
% violation as it progresses. If the user requests the output structure,
% we need to calculate the constraint violation at the returned
% solution.
if nargout > 3
computeConstrViolForOutput = true;
else
computeConstrViolForOutput = false;
end
if isempty(Aeq)
[X,FVAL,LAMBDA,EXITFLAG,OUTPUT,GRAD,HESSIAN] = ...
sfminbx(funfcn,X,l,u,verbosity,options,defaultopt,computeLambda,initVals.f,initVals.g, ...
HESSIAN,Hstr,flags.detailedExitMsg,computeConstrViolForOutput,optionFeedback,varargin{ 
:});
else
[X,FVAL,LAMBDA,EXITFLAG,OUTPUT,GRAD,HESSIAN] = ...
sfminle(funfcn,X,sparse(Aeq),Beq,verbosity,options,defaultopt,computeLambda,initVals.f, ...
initVals.g,HESSIAN,Hstr,flags.detailedExitMsg,computeConstrViolForOutput,optionFeedback,varargin{ 
:});
end
elseif strcmpi(OUTPUT.algorithm,interiorPoint)
defaultopt.MaxIter = 1000; defaultopt.MaxFunEvals = 3000; defaultopt.TolX = 1e-10;
defaultopt.Hessian = 'bfgs';
mEq = lin_eq + sizes.mNonlinEq + nnz(xIndices.fixed); % number of equalities
% Interior-point-specific options. Default values for lbfgs memory is 10, and 
% ldl pivot threshold is 0.01
options = getIpOptions(options,sizes.nVar,mEq,flags.constr,defaultopt,10,0.01); 
[X,FVAL,EXITFLAG,OUTPUT,LAMBDA,GRAD,HESSIAN] = barrier(funfcn,X,A,B,Aeq,Beq,l,u,confcn,options.HessFcn, ...
initVals.f,initVals.g,initVals.ncineq,initVals.nceq,initVals.gnc,initVals.gnceq,HESSIAN, ...
xIndices,options,optionFeedback,finDiffFlags,varargin{ 
:});
else % sqp
defaultopt.MaxIter = 400; defaultopt.MaxFunEvals = '100*numberofvariables'; 
defaultopt.TolX = 1e-6; defaultopt.Hessian = 'bfgs';
% Validate options used by sqp
options = getSQPOptions(options,defaultopt,sizes.nVar);
optionFeedback.detailedExitMsg = flags.detailedExitMsg;
% Call algorithm
[X,FVAL,EXITFLAG,OUTPUT,LAMBDA,GRAD,HESSIAN] = sqpLineSearch(funfcn,X,full(A),full(B),full(Aeq),full(Beq), ...
full(l),full(u),confcn,initVals.f,full(initVals.g),full(initVals.ncineq),full(initVals.nceq), ...
full(initVals.gnc),full(initVals.gnceq),xIndices,options,finDiffFlags,verbosity,optionFeedback,varargin{ 
:});
end

原文链接: MATLAB优化函数fmincon解析

版权声明:本文内容由互联网用户自发贡献,该文观点仅代表作者本人。本站仅提供信息存储空间服务,不拥有所有权,不承担相关法律责任。如发现本站有涉嫌侵权/违法违规的内容, 请发送邮件至 举报,一经查实,本站将立刻删除。

发布者:全栈程序员栈长,转载请注明出处:https://javaforall.cn/234877.html原文链接:https://javaforall.cn

【正版授权,激活自己账号】: Jetbrains全家桶Ide使用,1年售后保障,每天仅需1毛

【官方授权 正版激活】: 官方授权 正版激活 支持Jetbrains家族下所有IDE 使用个人JB账号...

(0)


相关推荐

  • Repeater控件的ItemDataBound事件

    Repeater控件的ItemDataBound事件Repeater控件的ItemDataBound事件:在项被绑定数据后触发。下面的例子来自msdn,不过我把前台和后台分开了。前台是:ViewCode&lt;%@PageLanguage="C#"AutoEventWireup="true"CodeBehind="WebForm1.aspx.cs"Inherits="WebApplication2.WebForm1…

    2022年10月13日
  • W3C标准是_关于w3c标准下列说法错误的是

    W3C标准是_关于w3c标准下列说法错误的是W3C简介什么是W3C?万维网联盟(WorldWideWebConsortium)创建于1994年10月工作是对web进行标准化创建并维护WWW标准使用W3C的目的?为了让任何人在任何时间、任何地点、通过任何设备访问web内容。作为用户和浏览器制造商之间的中间层,要想办法满足下游的用户和上游不同浏览器看到的是同样的内容,让页面、程序能支持所有的浏览器,能够满足尽可能多的用户标准内容1、DOC…

    2022年9月17日
  • mysql mariadb 安装_mysql兼mariadb安装过程详解

    mysql mariadb 安装_mysql兼mariadb安装过程详解mysql兼mariadb下载自己找自己对应的版本:https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/因为5.5以后都用cmake编译了,所以系统里没有的话,就下个源码的装一下,怎么测试系统里有没有装了,在命令行中输入#cma在按Tab看有没有cmake有的话系统就装过了,就不用在装了。没有话就去下个吧,下载地址:https://cmake.org/downloa…

    2022年6月5日
  • 后台管理系统 – 权限设计

    后台管理系统 – 权限设计一、前言对于前端项目特别是中后台管理系统项目,权限设计是最复杂的点之一。一般来说权限设计需要后端来把关,毕竟相对来说前端是无法保证安全的,前端的代码和数据请求都可以伪造。而前端的权限设计更多是为了用户体验的考虑。前端保证体验,后端保证安全。由于前后端的开发差异和侧重点不同,在权限设计上也不一样。后端更多的是根据功能对象划分不同的权限模块,针对接口相应进行权限判断;而前端更多是针对页面路由进行模块划分,针对页面可访问进行判断。接下来将以后台管理系统为例,分享个人对前端权限设计的见解。(具体内容尽量做

    2022年7月16日
  • 放松解压电影_最新电影下载

    放松解压电影_最新电影下载经典高清电影合集170GBT种子下载点击文件名下载经典高清电影合集170GBT种子.torrent下载方法经典高清电影合集详情见目录:1.杀手472.这个杀手不太冷3.放牛班的春天

    2022年8月4日
  • 面试必问的 JVM 类加载机制,你懂了吗?

    面试必问的 JVM 类加载机制,你懂了吗?JVM类加载机制高频面试题

    2022年5月10日

发表回复

您的电子邮箱地址不会被公开。

关注全栈程序员社区公众号