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Manopt.jl

Optimization on Manifolds.

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For a function f that maps from a Riemannian manifold ℳ onto the real line, we aim to solve

Find the minimizer x on ℳ, i.e. the (or a) point where f attains its minimum.

Manopt.jl provides a framework for optimization on manifolds. Based on Manopt and MVIRT, both implemented in Matlab, this toolbox aims to provide an easy access to optimization methods on manifolds for Julia, including example data and visualization methods.

Getting started

In Julia you can get started by just typing

] add Manopt

then checkout the Getting Started: Optimize! tutorial or the examples in this repository, where you might want to adapt the resultsFolder string. You can also read the documentation.

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