Subsections

Warm Start


warm_start_init_point:

Warm-start for initial point
Indicates whether this optimization should use a warm start initialization, where values of primal and dual variables are given (e.g., from a previous optimization of a related problem.) The default value for this string option is "no".
Possible values:


warm_start_bound_push:

same as bound_push for the regular initializer.
The valid range for this real option is $ 0 < {\tt warm\_start\_bound\_push } < {\tt +inf}$ and its default value is $ 0.001$.


warm_start_bound_frac:

same as bound_frac for the regular initializer.
The valid range for this real option is $ 0 < {\tt warm\_start\_bound\_frac } \le 0.5$ and its default value is $ 0.001$.


warm_start_slack_bound_frac:

same as slack_bound_frac for the regular initializer.
The valid range for this real option is $ 0 < {\tt warm\_start\_slack\_bound\_frac } \le 0.5$ and its default value is $ 0.001$.


warm_start_slack_bound_push:

same as slack_bound_push for the regular initializer.
The valid range for this real option is $ 0 < {\tt warm\_start\_slack\_bound\_push } < {\tt +inf}$ and its default value is $ 0.001$.


warm_start_mult_bound_push:

same as mult_bound_push for the regular initializer.
The valid range for this real option is $ 0 < {\tt warm\_start\_mult\_bound\_push } < {\tt +inf}$ and its default value is $ 0.001$.


warm_start_mult_init_max:

Maximum initial value for the equality multipliers.
The valid range for this real option is $ {\tt -inf} < {\tt warm\_start\_mult\_init\_max } < {\tt +inf}$ and its default value is $ 1 \cdot 10^{+06}$.