[Ipopt] MU_TARGET question
Hans Pirnay
hans.pirnay at rwth-aachen.de
Mon Dec 17 15:22:30 EST 2012
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> I still get a 'close-to-zero' solution after setting mu_target to a value like 10. Is there something else I have to set to get all x_i to be positive?
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> I guess I have to set the mu to be a really large value? As mu_target could be 'sum(x_i*nu_i)' - would that be correct?
If my understanding is correct then x_i*nu_i=mu_target holds for each
i (not the sum). If you still get close-to-zero solutions, maybe your
multipliers are very large (scaling of the objective might help)?
If you really want to make sure that you get positive values, try
setting the bound_relax_factor
http://www.coin-or.org/Ipopt/documentation/node87.html
to zero.
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