optidef – Environments for writing optimization problems
This small library provides a standard set of environments for writing optimization problems.
It automatically aligns the problems in three points with an optional fourth:
- Beginning of the words “minimize/argmin” and “subject to”
- The objective function and the longest left hand side of the constraints.
- The $= | > | <$ signs of the constraints.
- Optionally, the user can add manually a double align character && to align some common constraints feature. A clear example could be the constraints names, e.g. (boundary constraint) alignment with (dynamic constraint).
Furthermore, it provides an easy interface to define optimization problem for three different reference situations:
- Where no equation is referenced/numbered.
- Where the problem is referenced with a single number.
- Where each equation has an individual reference.
Finally, it also allows a definition of any optimization problem without a limitless number of constraints.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2016–2018 Jesus Lago Garcia|
|Maintainer||Jesus Lago Garcia|
|Contained in||TeX Live as optidef|
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