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comment Why should I care about eigenvectors/eigenvalues
+1 Thnx guys for you help!. @Hakim About the link you provided, so...it's about making calculations simpler? =) is that it?
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comment Do we need steepest descent methods, when minimizing quadratic functions?
+1 Thnz @littleO fixed it :)
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comment Do we need steepest descent methods, when minimizing quadratic functions?
+1 Thank you for your help! :)
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+1 Thank you for your help! =)
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+1 Thank you for your help! =)
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Any ideas? =) Is this a fault in the book or?...
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comment Goldstein test in nonlinear programming
+1 Thank you =)
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+1 Thank you for your help =) @Kirill by the way, if you can post your comment as an answer I can accept it :)
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+1 @Kirill I'm not =) Thank you, that might be it :) Maybe I was expecting it to be made clear in the text :) As a matter of fact in the book it seems that the derivative of $\phi(\alpha)$ has a negative slope :) I will post a picture of this :)