Publication: Three Papers on Automatic Differentiation Presented at the IFAC Symposium on ``Dynamic Modelling & Control of National Economies,″ July 1989, Edinburgh, Scotland
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Three Papers on Automatic Differentiation Presented at the IFAC Symposium on ``Dynamic Modelling & Control of National Economies,″ July 1989, Edinburgh, Scotland

- Technical report -
 

Author(s)
M. C. Bartholomew-Biggs , Lawrence C. W. Dixon , Z. Maany , M. Mohseninia

Institution
The Numerical Optimisation Center, Hatfield Polytechnic

Year
1988

Abstract
It is shown how the extended operations set of Ada can be used to allow automatic differentiation to be specified in a natural way. This is then applied to solving optimisation problems using the truncated Newton method, see [Dixon1986TTG].

BibTeX
@TECHREPORT{
         Bartholomew-Biggs1988TPo,
       AUTHOR = "Bartholomew-Biggs, M. C. and Dixon, Lawrence C. W. and Maany, Z. and Mohseninia,
         M.",
       TITLE = "Three Papers on Automatic Differentiation Presented at the {IFAC} {S}ymposium on
         ``{D}ynamic {M}odelling \& {C}ontrol of {N}ational {E}conomies,'' {J}uly 1989,
         {E}dinburgh, {S}cotland",
       TYPE = "Technical Report",
       NUMBER = "No. 223",
       INSTITUTION = "The Numerical Optimisation Center, Hatfield Polytechnic",
       ADDRESS = "Hatfield, U.K.",
       YEAR = "1988",
       NOTE = "Contains Automatic Differentiation of Large Sparse Systems, Automatic Differentiation
         and Constrained Optimization, and Parallel Automatic Differentiation in Ada Applied to the Navier
         Stokes Equations.",
       KEYWORDS = "point algorithm; differentiation arithmetic; optimisation.",
       ABSTRACT = "It is shown how the extended operations set of Ada can be used to allow automatic
         differentiation to be specified in a natural way. This is then applied to solving optimisation
         problems using the truncated Newton method, see [Dixon1986TTG]."
}


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