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OPTICOSP -- An Optimization Program Running on a Single Processor

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John Urish
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John Urish
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Abstract:
OPTICOSP is a single-processor reduction of the multi-processor
optimization program OPTICOOL[1]. Like its predecessor, OPTICOSP
runs a user-supplied apparatus simulation program repeatedly, searching for
an apparatus configuration that is optimal, varying operating parameters and
evaluating measures of merit as specified by the user. OPTICOSP is written
in Fortran-77. There are versions that run on PCs under Linux or Windows;
porting to other platforms should be straightforward. This note describes
OPTICOSP and gives an example of how it has been used with the
ICOOL[2] simulator.

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