Any good libraries for nonlinear optimization in Rust?

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  • optimization-engine

    Nonconvex embedded optimization: code generation for fast real-time optimization

    C++ has a lots of good libraries for nonlinear optimization such as Ceres-solver, lpopt, ifopt and so on. I was wondering if anyone know any similar alternatives in Rust? I found this optimization engine https://github.com/alphaville/optimization-engine library which at first glance seems to have fairly good documentation and also a couple of active developers (last commit to master 16.April). Anyone has experience with this library? If so, what's good and what's not. Any limitations?

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