solves large, sparse linear semidefinite programming problems
with linear constraints.
The toolbox is developed in cooperation with
University of Birmingham, UK
and Michael Stingl,
Features and capabilities
Three different input formats
may be used for problem formulation:
The standard sparse SDPA format used in SDPLIB,
the PENSDP Structural Format, and a new TOMLAB format
for semidefinite problems.
Problems defined in SeDuMi Matlab format may easily be converted to
SDPA format and solved by TOMLAB /PENSDP.
A conversion routine called writesdp is written by Brian Borcher.
Apart from solving the SDP problem, the user can check feasibility of the
system of linear matrix inequalities.
TOMLAB /PENSDP is integrated with the TOMLAB environment.
The TOMLAB /PENSDP
solver may be used as subproblem solver in the TOMLAB