This manual contains a shortened version of the usage of the SUMT computer program when user supplied subroutines are required. It also explains how a new nonlinear programming language (factorable programming) can be used to input the problem functions. Using this mode, all function derivatives and hessian matrices are automatically computed. The third part of the manual explains how to use the new language independently of the SUMT program._ Ad^ ) c7 H a deck must be made up as described in Part I aquot;aquot;aquot;tV^ ^tc* rf ^Adalt;a f ctorable programming cards (shown in Figure 2) aiaquot;aquot; ^( , , ~T /./ ac ~ deck (as shown in Figure l) as the deck labelled DATE SENT: -agt;l~.f supplied subr readinaquot;.
|Title||:||Mini-manual for Use of the SUMT Computer Program and the Factorable Programming Language|
|Author||:||Stanford University. Dept. of Operations Research. Systems Optimization Laboratory, Garth P. McCormick|