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The Optimization Test Environment

By Ferenc Domes, Martin Fuchs and Hermann Schichl

Abstract

The Test Environment is an interface to efficiently test different optimization solvers. It is designed as a tool for both developers of solver software and practitioners who just look for the best solver for their specific problem class. It enables users to: • Choose and compare diverse solver routines; • Organize and solve large test problem sets; • Select interactively subsets of test problem sets; • Perform a statistical analysis of the results, automatically produced as LATEX and PDF output. The Test Environment is free to use for research purposes

Topics: optimization, solver benchmarking, solver comparison
Year: 2010
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