This toolbox uses the
Symbolic syntax of MATLAB to define the functional cost and the dynamics of the problem, which makes it very versatile.
Non-linear dynamics is the first implementation in the toolbox. Our idea is to cover very general problems in a few lines of code.
This Toolbox is a container of different optimization algorithms, where new methods can be developed within a structure already built and with reusable functions, for the comparison of results.
The DyCon MATLAB toolkit is developed primarily by the Chair of Computational Mathematics, at DeustoTech. However, we welcome any improvement in the computational platform. Contact the DyCon Toolbox developer team email@example.com for more information.