Is there any way to derive the analytic gradient of constraint function in "fmincon" or we have to input it manually ?
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i have worked on optimization problem using command fmincon,and i have to input the analytic gradient of constraint function manually so can we create other function for calling the analytic gradient from other sources?
as we have this problem:
function [c,ceq,DC,DCeq] = confungrad(x)
c(1) = 1.5 + x(1) * x(2) - x(1) - x(2); % Inequality constraints
c(2) = -x(1) * x(2)-10;
% No nonlinear equality constraints
ceq=; % Gradient of the constraints: if nargout > 2
DC= [x(2)-1, -x(2);
DCeq = ;
for the analytic gradient of constraint function DC.so can we call that value from other function without input manually like this?
thank you very much.i am very appreciated for your answers
Alan Weiss on 27 May 2015
I am not sure what you are asking. If you would like MATLAB to calculate gradients for you, and you have Symbolic Math Toolbox, then you can use the techniques of this example using function files, or this example using function handles.
If I misunderstood your question, please try asking again in different words.
MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation