Please, be aware that test cases don't necessarily use all the same penalty parameters. For instance, I have used 1e6 for cases 2,3,4 & 6 and 1e4 for cases 1 & 5. It all depends on which method one uses for the exterior penalty (and approximations may fail because of it).
In a sense, it is like trying to find the secret formula instead of finding the minimum value of a function.
Project Euler: Problem 3, Largest prime factor
Back to basics 5 - Clipboard
Spot the rectangle (Part 2)
Sum of first n terms of a harmonic progression
Partial pivoting for Gauss Elimination
Sequential Unconstrained Minimization (SUMT) using Interior Penalty
Quasi-Newton Method for Unconstrained Minimization using BFGS Update
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