To set up a nonlinear optimization problem for solution, first decide
between a problem-based approach and solver-based approach. See First Choose Problem-Based or Solver-Based Approach.
For problem-based nonlinear examples and theory, see Problem-Based Nonlinear Optimization.
For solver-based nonlinear examples and theory, see Solver-Based Nonlinear Optimization.
For optimizing multiple objective functions, see Multiobjective Optimization.
Tutorial example showing how to solve nonlinear problems and pass extra
Convert a MATLAB® function to an optimization expression and use a rational expression as a
Save time when your objective and nonlinear constraint functions share common
computations in the problem-based approach.
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