mathematical optimization – Bug in NMaximize in 12.2?

It seems (clearly!) to be a bug in the preprocessing for the new convex optimizer. Use one of the other methods (e.g. "DifferentialEvolution"):

 NMaximize(E^(-x^2) - 1, x),
 TraceForward -> True,
 TraceInternal -> True


NMaximize(E^(-x^2) - 1, x, Method -> "DifferentialEvolution")

(*  {0., {x -> -5.45643*10^-9}}  *)

Alternatively, you can turn off the convex minimizer:

Block({Optimization`UseConvexMinimize = False},
 NMinimize(-(E^(-x^2) - 1), x)

(*   {0., {x -> -5.45643*10^-9}}  *)

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Which branch of computer science uses mathematical optimization the most?

I am beginning with my masters degree in mathematics and I will specialize in optimization theory. My minor is computer science and wanted to know which branch of computer science fits my specialization(optimization theory) the best.

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mathematical optimization – How to minimize that expression in four variables?

I mean

The command

Minimize(Sqrt(x^2 + (20 - y)^2) + Sqrt(y^2 + (21 - z)^2) + 
Sqrt(z^2 + (20 - w)^2) + Sqrt(w^2 + (21 - x)^2), {x, y, z, w})

is running without any response on my comp for hours. The numerical optimizations

NMinimize( Sqrt(x^2 + (20 - y)^2) + Sqrt(y^2 + (21 - z)^2) + 
Sqrt(z^2 + (20 - w)^2) + Sqrt(w^2 + (21 - x)^2), {x, y, z, w}, 
Method -> "DifferentialEvolution")

{58., {x -> 11.579, y -> 8.97237, z -> 11.579, w -> 8.97237}

and the same with Method->"RandomSearch"

{58., {x -> 10.5551, y -> 9.94753, z -> 10.5551, w -> 9.94753}}

and the same with Method->"NelderMead"

{58., {x -> 18.3218, y -> 2.55062, z -> 18.3218, w -> 2.55062}}

suggest the optimal value under consideration is taken in many points.

mathematical optimization – Stopping condition for FindMinimum / FindMaximum

This seems like it should be a simple question — but I am looking to use a “home made” stopping condition with FindMaximum, while evaluating a very complex function.

Printing out the successive changes in the results for my problem (which cannot be boiled down to a quick code sample) I see that the relative differences in about 100 params are on the order of 10^-3 between steps (and often much smaller) which is more than enough for this application — but it just continues to dance around the “right” answer until I hit MaxIterations, and adjusting Precision and Accuracy does not seem to help.

Q: Is there a way to implement a “stopping condition” option for these functions?

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mathematical optimization – Maximize returns unevaluated even though there is a global maximum

I was trying to calculate the maximum of a gaussian plus a line, but Maximize return unevaluated:

In(8):= Maximize(1/((Sigma)*Sqrt(2*Pi))*Exp(-1/2*(x-(Mu))^2/(Sigma)^2)+s*x,x )
Out(8)= Maximize(s x+E^(-((x-(Mu))^2/(2 (Sigma)^2)))/(Sqrt(2 (Pi)) (Sigma)),x)

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So I thought maybe it doesn’t have an analytical form so I removed the line term but I still get no answer even though the answer is zero.

In(9):= Maximize(1/((Sigma)*Sqrt(2*Pi))*Exp(-1/2*(x-(Mu))^2/(Sigma)^2),x )
Out(9)= Maximize(E^(-((x-(Mu))^2/(2 (Sigma)^2)))/(Sqrt(2 (Pi)) (Sigma)),x)

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I’m not really trained in Mathematica so I know I’m probably just doing something wrong, I just don’t know what…

Thanks a lot 🙂

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gm.general mathematics – Need suggestion in writting equation in a simple mathematical way

I have a equation given by

This equation is needed to solve for $beta$‘s ($beta_1,beta_2,beta_3…..beta_n$) for given value of $K_{1}$ and $K_{2}$. Both $K_{1}$ and $K_{2}$ can take values $epsilon$ and $frac{1}{epsilon}$, corresponding to this four different equation can be obtained. From each of this equations we have get ($beta_1,beta_2,beta_3…..beta_n$), correspondingly we can construct a function called $g(x;beta_{1}),g(x;beta_{2})….g(x;beta_{n})$ for each set.

Table showing different combinations of K_1 and K_2

using these $g(x;beta_{1}),g(x;beta_{2})….g(x;beta_{n})$ for each set I am interested in constructing one final equation called.

So the question now is how to write in $W(x)$ in an elegant manner and how to generalize this procedure for when $1+F(K_{1},K_{2}….,K_{n};beta)=0$, then I will be having $2^n$ combinations.