Opened 3 years ago
Closed 4 months ago
#76 closed user support (migrated)
Initialise the problem with initial Homotopy (guess) is not available in python interface
Reported by: | mahesh.kumar | Owned by: | ferreau |
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Priority: | high | Milestone: | Release 3.3 |
Component: | python interface | Version: | 3.2.1 |
Keywords: | Cc: |
Description
I have read the manual to use qpOASES library and found that we can initialise the problem with initial guess with the following method.
returnValue init( const real_t* const H,
const real_t* const g,
const real_t* const A,
const real_t* const lb,
const real_t* const ub,
const real_t* const lbA,
const real_t* const ubA,
int& nWSR,
real_t* const cputime,
const real_t* const xOpt,
const real_t* const yOpt,
const Bounds* const guessedBounds,
const Constraints* const guessedConstraints
);
But this feature is not available in the python interface. I tried to call with initial guess,
qp.init(self.H, self.G, self.A, self.lb, self.ub, self.lbA, self.ubA,np.array([self.maxNoOfIteration]), None, x_opt)
but I got the following error.
TypeError?: init() takes at most 9 positional arguments (10 given)
Is this functionality available and am I using wrongly or the functionality not available in current version?
Please add this useful feature in python interface as well
Change History (1)
comment:1 Changed 4 months ago by stefan
- Resolution set to migrated
- Status changed from new to closed
This ticket has been migrated to GitHub and will be resolved there: https://github.com/coin-or/qpOASES/issues/76