# MINOTAUR

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MINOTAUR is a toolkit for solving mixed-integer nonlinear optimization problems of the form | MINOTAUR is a toolkit for solving mixed-integer nonlinear optimization problems of the form | ||

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| subject to || <math>g_i(x,y) \leq 0 \,</math> || for <math>i = 1, ..., m \,</math> | | subject to || <math>g_i(x,y) \leq 0 \,</math> || for <math>i = 1, ..., m \,</math> | ||

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where <math>f(x,y), g_i(x,y)</math> are smooth functions of the continuous variables <math>x</math> and the integer variables <maths>y</math>. | where <math>f(x,y), g_i(x,y)</math> are smooth functions of the continuous variables <math>x</math> and the integer variables <maths>y</math>. | ||

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== Getting Started with MediaWiki == | == Getting Started with MediaWiki == |

## Revision as of 16:08, 1 November 2011

Welcome to the MINOTAUR wiki page.

## Introduction

MINOTAUR is a toolkit for solving mixed-integer nonlinear optimization problems of the form

minimize | ||

subject to | for | |

integer |

where are smooth functions of the continuous variables and the integer variables <maths>y</math>.

## Getting Started with MediaWiki

- User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.
- Configuration settings list
- MediaWiki FAQ
- MediaWiki release mailing list