solves large, sparse linear semidefinite programming problems
with linear constraints.
The toolbox is developed in cooperation with
University of Birmingham, UK
and Michael Stingl,
Two different input formats
may be used for problem formulation:
The PENBMI Structural Format, an extension of PENSDP format for linear
problems, and a new TOMLAB format
for semidefinite problems.
Apart from solving the BMI problem, the user can check feasibility of the
system of linear and bilinear matrix inequalities.
TOMLAB /PENBMI is integrated with the TOMLAB optimization environment.
The TOMLAB /PENBMI
solver may be used as subproblem solver in the TOMLAB