Month: June 2015

Free Intel Compilers for Students

Good news for starving students: Intel just announced that their compilers (including the Intel Fortran compiler) are now available under a free, non-commercial license for qualified students on Linux, MacOS X and Windows.

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SLSQP [1-2] is a sequential least squares constrained optimization algorithm written by Dieter Kraft in the 1980s. Today, it forms part of the Python pyOpt package for solving nonlinear constrained optimization problems. It was written in FORTRAN 77, and is filled

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