Dear Ray,
Could you please distribute via the CAST10 facility the following?
With best regards,
Chris

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ANTIGONE: Algorithms for coNTinuous / Integer Global Optimization of 
Nonlinear Equations

Ruth Misener and Christodoulos A. Floudas

http://helios.princeton.edu/ANTIGONE/index.html

The Computer-Aided Systems Laboratory at Princeton University is pleased 
to announce the release of ANTIGONE (Algorithms for coNTinuous / Integer 
Global Optimization of Nonlinear Equations), a computational framework 
for deterministic global optimization of nonconvex MINLP.  ANTIGONE was 
completed in collaboration with the Centre for Process Systems 
Engineering at Imperial College.

ANTIGONE is commercially available through the General Algebraic 
Modeling System (GAMS; version 24.1, now in beta: 
http://www.gams.com/beta/).

Deterministic global optimization of mixed-integer nonlinear programs 
(MINLP) is broadly applicable in diverse domains ranging from molecular 
biology to refinery operations to computational chemistry to 
synthesizing sustainable processes.

ANTIGONE is the evolution of GloMIQO (Global Mixed-Integer Quadratic 
Optimizer) to general nonconvex terms; it performs equivalently to 
GloMIQO when all nonlinearities in MINLP are quadratic.

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Christodoulos A. Floudas
Stephen C. Macaleer '63 Professor in Engineering and Applied Science,
Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Princeton University
Princeton, N.J. 08544-5263
USA

Tel : 609-258-4595 (Office)
Fax : 609-258-0211 (Department)
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