Is there a library for non-linear optimization in Rust?

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  • optimization-engine

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

    I found this library here called the optimization engine . While it looks really good and thorough, I don't believe it is as feature rich as the C++ Ceres Solver. But mabye there are other libraries out there that people know of which could complement?

  • ceres-solver

    A large scale non-linear optimization library

    Hey, people! I was wondering if there is a library for non-linear optimization, equivalent to that for Ceres Solver that you have in C++?

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  • argmin

    Mathematical optimization in pure Rust

    You might find interest in argmin, a collection of common optimization algorithms.

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