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## Re: Linear/Quadratic programming in Octave

**From**: |
Etienne Grossmann |

**Subject**: |
Re: Linear/Quadratic programming in Octave |

**Date**: |
Fri, 30 Nov 2001 17:09:28 +0000 |

Hello,
From: A Scottedward Hodel <address@hidden>
# I'm trying to find LP and QP solution software for relatively small problems
# of the form
# min x' Q x + c' x
# subject to
# A x = b
# xlow <= x <= xhi
# I've been unable to download Ettienne Grossman's lp package for the past
^^
My lp package? Must be another
Etienne Grossmann :-)
# several days, and so I've started writing my own codes. However, if
# someone has already implemented such codes, I'd like to know about
# them. (One additional feature is that I need for the routines to be
Sorry, I don't know of any code that does that (never looked for
it either), but there is a linear programming function in matlab's
"contributed" code. If you like, I have it and can send it to
you. Did you try netlib and sal (scientific apps for linux)?
# C-callable once developed in Octave, so I may still be stuck
# translating or rewriting.)
# I've developed a code for the problem above with Q = 0 (I don't trust it
# yet, but it seems to work so far).
Cheers,
Etienne
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