CUTE - Constrained and Unconstrained Testing Environment
- Ingrid Bongartz / firstname.lastname@example.org, Andy Conn / email@example.com, Nick Gould / firstname.lastname@example.org, Philippe Toint / email@example.com
The Constrained and Unconstrained Testing Environment (CUTE) is a
suite of Fortran subroutines, scripts and test problems for linear and
nonlinear optimization. Its purpose is to provide a way to explore an
extensive collection of problems (over 500 different test problems to date),
provide a way to compare existing packages, provide a way to use a large test
problem collection with new packages, provide motivation for building a
meaningful set of new interesting test problems, provide ways to manage
and update the system efficiently, and do all the above on a variety of
- optimization; numerical library
- January 1995
CUTE is written is standard ANSI Fortran 77.
Standard installation script for the following platforms:
IBM DOS (Waterloo Fortran)
- A version for Matlab is also available.