List of Optimization Software - Free and Open Source Software

Free and Open Source Software

Name License Brief info
ADMB BSD nonlinear optimization framework, using automatic differentiation
ASCEND GPL mathematical modelling system
COIN-OR SYMPHONY GPL integer programming
CUTEr GPL testing environment for optimization and linear algebra solvers
IPOPT CPL large scale nonlinear optimization for continuous system
JOptimizer ASL open source java library for convex optimization
OpenOpt BSD free numerical optimization framework for solving NLP, LP, MIP, QP, with automatic differentiation features.
OpenSolver GPL open source Excel addin for solving LP and MIP problems
OPTI Toolbox BSD MATLAB Toolbox for solving linear, nonlinear, continuous and discrete optimization problems.

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