import os,sys
sys.path.append(os.getcwd()+os.sep+'kernel')
 
from LP import LP as CLP
from LCP import LCP as CLCP
from EIG import EIG as CEIG
from SDP import SDP as CSDP
from QP import QP as CQP
from MILP import MILP as CMILP
from STAB import STAB as CSTAB
from MCP import MCP as CMCP
from DSP import DSP as CDSP
from TSP import TSP as CTSP
from KSP import KSP as CKSP
from BPP import BPP as CBPP
from NSP import NSP as CNSP
from NLP import NLP as CNLP
from MOP import MOP as CMOP
from MINLP import MINLP as CMINLP
from NLSP import NLSP as CNLSP
from NLLSP import NLLSP as CNLLSP
from GLP import GLP as CGLP
from SLE import SLE as CSLE
from LLSP import LLSP as CLLSP
from MMP import MMP as CMMP
from LLAVP import LLAVP as CLLAVP
from LUNP import LUNP as CLUNP
from SOCP import SOCP as CSOCP
from DFP import DFP as CDFP
from IP import IP as CIP
from ODE import ODE as CODE
 
 
def MILP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    MILP: constructor for Mixed Integer Linear Problem assignment
    f' x -> min
    subjected to
    lb <= x <= ub
    A x <= b
    Aeq x = beq
    for all i from intVars: i-th coordinate of x is required to be integer
    for all j from binVars: j-th coordinate of x is required to be from {0, 1}
 
    Examples of valid calls:
    p = MILP(f, <params as kwargs>)
    p = MILP(f=objFunVector, <params as kwargs>)
    p = MILP(f, A=A, intVars = myIntVars, Aeq=Aeq, b=b, beq=beq, lb=lb, ub=ub, binVars = binVars)
    See also: /examples/milp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    - intVars : Python list of those coordinates that are required to be integers.
    - binVars : Python list of those coordinates that are required to be binary.
    all other input parameters are same to LP class constructor ones
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt MILP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of MILPs is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver) 
    or  p.maximize, p.minimize
    r.xf - desired solution (NaNs if a problem occured)
    r.ff - objFun value (<f,x_opt>) (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:
    lpSolve (LGPL) - requires lpsolve + Python bindings installations (all mentioned is available in http://sourceforge.net/projects/lpsolve)
    glpk (GPL 2) - requires glpk + CVXOPT v >= 1.0 installations (read OO MILP webpage for more details)
    """
    return CMILP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def LP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    LP: constructor for Linear Problem assignment
    f' x -> min
    subjected to
    lb <= x <= ub
    A x <= b
    Aeq x = beq
 
    valid calls are:
    p = LP(f, <params as kwargs>)
    p = LP(f=objFunVector, <params as kwargs>)
    p = LP(f, A=A, Aeq=Aeq, Awhole=Awhole, b=b, beq=beq, bwhole=bwhole, dwhole=dwhole, lb=lb, ub=ub)
    See also: /examples/lp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    f: vector of length n
    A: size m1 x n matrix, subjected to A * x <= b
    Aeq: size m2 x n matrix, subjected to Aeq * x = beq
    b, beq: corresponding vectors of lengthes m1, m2
    lb, ub: vectors of length n, some coords may be +/- inf
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt LP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of LPs is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    or  p.maximize, p.minimize
    r.xf - desired solution (NaNs if a problem occured)
    r.ff - objFun value (<f,x_opt>) (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:
    pclp (BSD) - premature but pure Python implementation with permissive license
    lpSolve (LGPL) - requires lpsolve + Python bindings installations (all mentioned is available in http://sourceforge.net/projects/lpsolve)
    cvxopt_lp (GPL) - requires CVXOPT (http://abel.ee.ucla.edu/cvxopt)
    glpk(GPL2) - requires CVXOPT(http://abel.ee.ucla.edu/cvxopt) & glpk (www.gnu.org/software/glpk)
    converter to NLP. Example: r = p.solve('nlp:ipopt')
    """
    return CLP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def STAB(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    STAB: constructor for graph stability number problem assignment
 
    valid calls are:
    p = STAB(graph, <params as kwargs>)
    p = STAB(graph = graph, <params as kwargs>)
    See also: /examples/stab_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    graph: networkx graph instance
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt STAB class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of OpenOpt STAB problems is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    or r = p.manage(string_name_of_solver) (to enable basic GUI)
    r.solution - desired solution (python list of nodes)
    r.ff - objFun value (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:  
       * interalg (BSD license)
       * MILP solvers at http://openopt.org/MILP
    """
    return CSTAB(*args, **kwargs)
 
 
def MCP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    MCP: constructor for maximum clique problem assignment
 
    valid calls are:
    p = MCP(graph, <params as kwargs>)
    p = MCP(graph = graph, <params as kwargs>)
    See also: /examples/mcp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    graph: networkx graph instance
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt MCP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of OpenOpt MCP problems is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    or r = p.manage(string_name_of_solver) (to enable basic GUI)
    r.solution - desired solution (python list of nodes)
    r.ff - objFun value (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:  
       * interalg (BSD license)
       * MILP solvers at http://openopt.org/MILP
    """
    return CMCP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def DSP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    DSP: constructor for domminating set problem assignment
 
    valid calls are:
    p = DSP(graph, <params as kwargs>)
    p = DSP(graph = graph, <params as kwargs>)
    See also: /examples/mcp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    graph: networkx graph instance
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt DSP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of OpenOpt DSP problems is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    or r = p.manage(string_name_of_solver) (to enable basic GUI)
    r.solution - desired solution (python list of nodes)
    r.ff - objFun value (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:  
       * interalg (BSD license)
       * MILP solvers at http://openopt.org/MILP
    """
    return CDSP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def TSP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    TSP: constructor for traveling salesman problem assignment
 
    valid calls are:
    p = TSP(graph, <params as kwargs>)
    p = TSP(graph = graph, <params as kwargs>)
    See also: /examples/tsp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    graph: networkx graph instance
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt TSP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of OpenOpt TSP problems is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    or r = p.manage(string_name_of_solver) (to enable basic GUI)
    r.solution - desired solution (python list of edges)
    r.ff - objFun value (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:  
       * interalg (BSD license)
       * MILP solvers at http://openopt.org/MILP
    """
    return CTSP(*args, **kwargs)
 
 
def KSP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    KSP: constructor for knapsack problem assignment
 
    valid calls are:
    p = KSP(objective, objects, <params as kwargs>)
    See also: /examples/ksp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    objective: objective (e.g. 'weight', 'cost')
    objects: Python list or tuple of dictionaries
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt KSP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of OpenOpt KSP problems is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    or r = p.manage(string_name_of_solver) (to enable basic GUI)
    r.solution - desired solution (names or numbers of objects)
    r.ff - objFun value (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:  
       * MILP solvers at http://openopt.org/MILP
       * interalg (http://openopt.org/interalg)
    """
    return CKSP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def BPP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    BPP: constructor for traveling salesman problem assignment
 
    valid calls are:
    p = BPP(items, <params as kwargs>)
    See also: /examples/bpp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    objective: objective (e.g. 'weight', 'cost')
    items: Python list or tuple of dictionaries
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt BPP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of OpenOpt BPP problems is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    or r = p.manage(string_name_of_solver) (to enable basic GUI)
    r.solution - desired solution (names or numbers of objects)
    r.ff - objFun value (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:  
       * MILP solvers at http://openopt.org/MILP
    """
    return CBPP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def LCP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    LCP: constructor for Linear Complementarity Problem assignment
    find w, z: w = Mz + q
 
    valid calls are:
    p = LCP(M, q, <params as kwargs>)
    p = LCP(M=M, q=q, <params as kwargs>)
    See also: /examples/lcp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    M: numpy array of size n x n
    q: vector of length n
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt LCP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of LCPs is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    r.xf - desired solution (1st n/2 coords are w, other n/2 coords are z)
    r.ff - objFun value (max residual of Mz+q-w) (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:
    lcpsolve (BSD) 
 
    """
    return CLCP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def EIG(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    EIG: constructor for Eigenvalues Problem assignment
    to solve standard eigenvalue problem:
        find eigenvalues and eigenvectors of square matrix A:   
            A x = lambda x
    or general eigenvalue problem:
        A x = lambda M x
 
    valid calls are:
    p = EIG(M, q, <params as kwargs>)
    p = EIG(M=M, q=q, <params as kwargs>)
    See also: /examples/eig_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    A, (optional) M: numpy array or scipy sparse matrix of size n x n
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt EIG class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of EIGs is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    see http://openopt.org/EIG for more info
    Solvers available for now:
    arpack (license: BSD) 
 
    """
    return CEIG(*args, **kwargs)
 
def SDP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    SDP: constructor for SemiDefinite Problem assignment
    f' x -> min
    subjected to
    lb <= x <= ub
    A x <= b
    Aeq x = beq
    For all i = 0, ..., I: Sum [j = 0, ..., n-1] {S_i_j x_j} <= d_i (matrix componentwise inequality),
    d_i are square matrices 
    S_i_j are square positive semidefinite matrices of size same to d_i
 
 
    valid calls are:
    p = SDP(f, <params as kwargs>)
    p = SDP(f=objFunVector, <params as kwargs>)
    p = SDP(f, S=S, d=d, A=A, Aeq=Aeq, Awhole=Awhole, b=b, beq=beq, bwhole=bwhole, dwhole=dwhole, lb=lb, ub=ub)
 
    See also: /examples/sdp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    f: vector of length n
    S: Python dict of square matrices S[0, 0], S[0,1], ..., S[I,J]
    S[i, j] are real symmetric positive-definite matrices
    d: Python dict of square matrices d[0], ..., d[I]
    A: size m1 x n matrix, subjected to A * x <= b
    Aeq: size m2 x n matrix, subjected to Aeq * x = beq
    b, beq: corresponding vectors of lengthes m1, m2
    lb, ub: vectors of length n, some coords may be +/- inf
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt SDP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of SDPs is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    r.xf - desired solution (NaNs if a problem occured)
    r.ff - objFun value (<f,x_opt>) (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:
    cvxopt_sdp (LGPL) - requires CVXOPT (http://abel.ee.ucla.edu/cvxopt)
    dsdp (GPL) - requires CVXOPT + DSDP installation, can't handle linear equality constraints Aeq x = beq
 
    """
    return CSDP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def SOCP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    SOCP: constructor for Second-Order Cone Problem assignment
    f' x -> min
    subjected to
    lb <= x <= ub
    Aeq x = beq
    For all i = 0, ..., I: ||C_i x + d_i|| <= q_i x + s_i    
 
    valid calls are:
    p = SDP(f, <params as kwargs>)
    p = SDP(f=objFunVector, <params as kwargs>)
    p = SDP(f, S=S, d=d, A=A, Aeq=Aeq, Awhole=Awhole, b=b, beq=beq, bwhole=bwhole, dwhole=dwhole, lb=lb, ub=ub)
 
    See also: /examples/sdp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    f: vector of length n
    Aeq: size M x n matrix, subjected to Aeq * x = beq
    beq: corresponding vector of length M
    C: Python list of matrices C_i of shape (m_i, n)
    d: Python list of vectors of length m_i
    q: Python list of vectors of length n
    s: Python list of numbers, len(s) = n
 
    lb, ub: vectors of length n, some coords may be +/- inf
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt SDP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of SOCPs is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    r.xf - desired solution (NaNs if a problem occured)
    r.ff - objFun value (<f,x_opt>) (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:
    cvxopt_socp (LGPL) - requires CVXOPT (http://abel.ee.ucla.edu/cvxopt)
 
    """
    return CSOCP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def QP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    QP: constructor for Quadratic Problem assignment
    1/2 x' H x  + f' x -> min
    subjected to
    A x <= b
    Aeq x = beq
    lb <= x <= ub
 
    Examples of valid calls:
    p = QP(H, f, <params as kwargs>)
    p = QP(numpy.ones((3,3)), f=numpy.array([1,2,4]), <params as kwargs>)
    p = QP(f=range(8)+15, H = numpy.diag(numpy.ones(8)), <params as kwargs>)
    p = QP(H, f, A=A, Aeq=Aeq, b=b, beq=beq, lb=lb, ub=ub, <other params as kwargs>)
    See also: /examples/qp_*.py
 
    INPUT:
    H: size n x n matrix, symmetric, positive-definite
    f: vector of length n
    lb, ub: vectors of length n, some coords may be +/- inf
    A: size m1 x n matrix, subjected to A * x <= b
    Aeq: size m2 x n matrix, subjected to Aeq * x = beq
    b, beq: vectors of lengths m1, m2
    Alternatively to A/Aeq you can use Awhole matrix as it's described in LP documentation (or both A, Aeq, Awhole)
    OUTPUT: OpenOpt QP class instance
 
    Solving of QPs is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    r.xf - desired solution (NaNs if a problem occured)
    r.ff - objFun value (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:
    cvxopt_qp (GPL) - requires CVXOPT (http://abel.ee.ucla.edu/cvxopt)
    converter to NLP. Example: r = p.solve('nlp:ipopt')
    """
    return CQP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def NLP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    NLP: constructor for general Non-Linear Problem assignment
 
    f(x) -> min (or -> max)
    subjected to
    c(x) <= 0
    h(x) = 0
    A x <= b
    Aeq x = beq
    lb <= x <= ub
 
    Examples of valid usage:
    p = NLP(f, x0, <params as kwargs>)
    p = NLP(f=objFun, x0 = myX0, <params as kwargs>)
    p = NLP(f, x0, A=A, df = objFunGradient, Aeq=Aeq, b=b, beq=beq, lb=lb, ub=ub)
    See also: /examples/nlp_*.py
 
    INPUTS:
    f: objFun
    x0: start point, vector of length n
 
    Optional:
    name: problem name (string), is used in text & graphics output
    df: user-supplied gradient of objective function
    c, h - functions defining nonlinear equality/inequality constraints
    dc, dh - functions defining 1st derivatives of non-linear constraints
 
    A: size m1 x n matrix, subjected to A * x <= b
    Aeq: size m2 x n matrix, subjected to Aeq * x = beq
    b, beq: corresponding vectors of lengthes m1, m2
    lb, ub: vectors of length n subjected to lb <= x <= ub constraints, may include +/- inf values
 
    iprint = {10}: print text output every <iprint> iteration
    goal = {'minimum'} | 'min' | 'maximum' | 'max' - minimize or maximize objective function
    diffInt = {1e-7} : finite-difference gradient aproximation step, scalar or vector of length nVars
    scale = {None} : scale factor, see /examples/badlyScaled.py for more details
    stencil = {1}|2|3: finite-differences derivatives approximation stencil, 
    used by most of solvers (except scipy_cobyla) when no user-supplied for 
    objfun / nonline constraints derivatives are provided
        1: (f(x+dx)-f(x))/dx (faster but less precize)
        2: (f(x+dx)-f(x-dx))/(2*dx) (slower but more exact)
        3: (-f(x+2*dx)+8*f(x+dx)-8*f(x-dx)+f(x-2*dx))/(12*dx) (even more slower, but even more exact)
    check.df, check.dc, check.dh: if set to True, OpenOpt will check user-supplied gradients.
    args (or args.f, args.c, args.h) - additional arguments to objFunc and non-linear constraints,
        see /examples/userArgs.py for more details.
 
    contol: max allowed residual in optim point
    (for any constraint from problem constraints:
    constraint(x_optim) < contol is required from solver)
 
    stop criteria:
    maxIter {400}
    maxFunEvals {1e5}
    maxCPUTime {inf}
    maxTime {inf}
    maxLineSearch {500}
    fEnough {-inf for min problems, +inf for max problems}:
        stop if objFunc vulue better than fEnough and all constraints less than contol
    ftol {1e-6}: used in stop criterium || f[iter_k] - f[iter_k+1] || < ftol
    xtol {1e-6}: used in stop criterium || x[iter_k] - x[iter_k+1] || < xtol
    gtol {1e-6}: used in stop criteria || gradient(x[iter_k]) || < gtol
 
    callback - user-defined callback function(s), see /examples/userCallback.py
 
    Notes:
    1) for more safety default values checking/reassigning (via print p.maxIter / prob.maxIter = 400) is recommended
    (they may change in future OpenOpt versions and/or not updated in time in the documentation)
    2) some solvers may ignore some of the stop criteria above and/or use their own ones
    3) for NSP constructor ftol, xtol, gtol defaults may have other values
 
    graphic options:
    plot = {False} | True : plot figure (now implemented for UC problems only), requires matplotlib installed
    color = {'blue'} | black | ... (any valid matplotlib color)
    specifier = {'-'} | '--' | ':' | '-.' - plot specifier
    show = {True} | False : call pylab.show() after solver finish or not
    xlim {(nan, nan)}, ylim {(nan, nan)} - initial estimation for graphical output borders
    (you can use for example p.xlim = (nan, 10) or p.ylim = [-8, 15] or p.xlim=[inf, 15], only real finite values will be taken into account)
    for constrained problems ylim affects only 1st subplot
    p.graphics.xlabel or p.xlabel = {'time'} | 'cputime' | 'iter' # desired graphic output units in x-axe, case-unsensetive
 
 
    Note: some Python IDEs have problems with matplotlib!
 
    Also, after assignment NLP instance you may modify prob fields inplace:
    p.maxIter = 1000
    p.df = lambda x: cos(x)
 
    OUTPUT: OpenOpt NLP class instance
 
    Solving of NLPs is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    or  p.maximize, p.minimize
    r.xf - desired solution (NaNs if a problem occured)
    r.ff - objFun value (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other fields, such as CPUTimeElapsed, TimeElapsed, isFeasible, iter etc, via dir(r))
 
    Solvers available for now:
    single-variable:
        goldenSection, scipy_fminbound (latter is not recommended)
        (both these solvers require finite lb-ub and ignore user-supplied gradient)
    unconstrained:
        scipy_bfgs, scipy_cg, scipy_ncg, 
        (these ones cannot handle user-provided gradient) scipy_powell and scipy_fmin 
        amsg2p - requires knowing fOpt (optimal value)
    box-bounded:
        scipy_lbfgsb, scipy_tnc - require scipy installed
        bobyqa - doesn't use derivatives; requires http://openopt.org/nlopt installed
        ptn, slmvm1, slmvm2 - require http://openopt.org/nlopt installed
    all constraints:
        ralg
        ipopt (requires ipopt + pyipopt installed)
        scipy_slsqp
        scipy_cobyla (this one cannot handle user-supplied gradients)
        lincher (requires CVXOPT QP solver),
        gsubg - for large-scaled problems
        algencan (ver. 2.0.3 or more recent, very powerful constrained solver, GPL,
        requires ALGENCAN + Python interface installed,
        see http://www.ime.usp.br/~egbirgin/tango/)
        mma and auglag - require http://openopt.org/nlopt installed
 
    """
    return CNLP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def MINLP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    MINLP: constructor for general Mixed-Integer Non-Linear Problem assignment
    parameters and usage: same to NLP, + parameters
    discreteVars: dictionary numberOfCoord <-> list (or tuple) of allowed values, eg
        p.discreteVars = {0: [1, 2.5], 15: (3.1, 4), 150: [4,5, 6]}
    discrtol (default 1e-5) - tolerance required for discrete constraints 
    available solvers: 
    branb (branch-and-bound) - translation of fminconset routine, requires non-default string parameter nlpSolver
    """
    return CMINLP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def NSP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    Non-Smooth Problem constructor
    Same usage as NLP (see help(NLP) and /examples/nsp_*.py), but default values of contol, xtol, ftol, diffInt may differ
    Also, default finite-differences derivatives approximation stencil is 3 instead of 1 for NLP
    Solvers available for now:
        ralg - all constraints, medium-scaled (nVars = 1...1000), can handle user-provided gradient/subgradient
        amsg2p - requires knowing fOpt (optimal value), medium-scaled (nVars = 1...1000), can handle user-provided gradient/subgradient
        gsubg - for large-scaled problems
        scipy_fmin - a Nelder-Mead simplex algorithm implementation, cannot handle constraints and derivatives
        sbplx  -  A variant of Nelder-Mead algorithm; requires http://openopt.org/nlopt installed
        ShorEllipsoid (unconstrained for now) - small-scale, nVars=1...10, requires r0: ||x0-x*||<=r0
    """
    return CNSP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def NLSP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    Solving systems of n non-linear equations with n variables
    Parameters and usage: same as NLP
    (see help(NLP) and /examples/nlsp_*.py)
    Solvers available for now:
        scipy_fsolve (can handle df);
        converter to NLP. Example: r = p.solve('nlp:ipopt');
        nssolve (primarily for non-smooth and noisy funcs; can handle all types of constraints and 1st derivatives df,dc,dh; splitting equations to Python list or tuple is recommended to speedup calculations)
    (these ones below are very unstable and can't use user-supplied gradient - at least, for scipy 0.6.0)
        scipy_anderson
        scipy_anderson2
        scipy_broyden1
        scipy_broyden2
        scipy_broyden3
        scipy_broyden_generalized
    """
    r = CNLSP(*args, **kwargs)
    r.pWarn('''
    OpenOpt NLSP class had been renamed to SNLE 
    (system of nonlinear equations), use "SNLE" instead of "NLSP"
    ''')
    return r
 
def SNLE(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    Solving systems of n non-linear equations with n variables
    Parameters and usage: same as NLP
    (see help(NLP) and /examples/nlsp_*.py)
    Solvers available for now:
        scipy_fsolve (can handle df);
        converter to NLP. Example: r = p.solve('nlp:ipopt');
        nssolve (primarily for non-smooth and noisy funcs; can handle all types of constraints and 1st derivatives df,dc,dh; splitting equations to Python list or tuple is recommended to speedup calculations)
    (these ones below are very unstable and can't use user-supplied gradient - at least, for scipy 0.6.0)
        scipy_anderson
        scipy_anderson2
        scipy_broyden1
        scipy_broyden2
        scipy_broyden3
        scipy_broyden_generalized
    """
    return CNLSP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def NLLSP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    Given set of non-linear equations
        f1(x)=0, f2(x)=0, ... fm(x)=0
    search for x: f1(x, <optional params>)^2 + ,,, + fm(x, <optional params>)^2 -> min
 
    Parameters and usage: same as NLP
    (see help(openopt.NLP) and /examples/nllsp_*.py)
    Solvers available for now:
        scipy_leastsq (requires scipy installed)
        converter to NLP. Example: r = p.solve('nlp:ralg')
    """
    return CNLLSP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def MOP(*args, **kwargs):
    '''
    Multiobjective optimization
    Search for weak or strong Pareto front
 
    Solvers available for now:
        interalg (http://openopt.org/interalg)
    '''
    return CMOP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def IP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    Integrate a function f: R^n -> R over a given domain lb_i <= x_i <= ub_i
    """
    return CIP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def ODE(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    Solve ODE dy/dt = f(y,t), y(0) = y0
    """
    return CODE(*args, **kwargs)
 
def SLE(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    SLE: constructor for system of linear equations C*x = d assignment
 
    Examples of valid usage:
    p = SLE(C, d, <params as kwargs>)
    p = SLE(C=C, d=d, <params as kwargs>)
    """
    return CSLE(*args, **kwargs)
 
 
def DFP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    Data Fit Problem constructor
    Search for x: Sum_i || F(x, X_i) - Y_i ||^2 -> min
    subjected to
    c(x) <= 0
    h(x) = 0
    A x <= b
    Aeq x = beq
    lb <= x <= ub
 
    Some examples of valid usage:
    p = NLP(f, x0, X, Y, <params as kwargs>)
    p = NLP(f=objFun, x0 = my_x0, X = my_X, Y=my_Y, <params as kwargs>)
    p = NLP(f, x0, X, Y, A=A, Aeq=Aeq, b=b, beq=beq, lb=lb, ub=ub, <params as kwargs>)
    Parameters and usage: same as NLP, see help(openopt.NLP)
    See also: /examples/dfp_*.py
 
    Solvers available for now:
        converter to NLP. Example: r = p.solve('nlp:ralg')
    """
    return CDFP(*args, **kwargs)
 
 
def GLP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    GLP: constructor for general GLobal Problem 
    search for global optimum of general non-linear (maybe discontinious) function
    f(x) -> min/max
    subjected to 
    lb <= x <= ub
    Ax <= b
    c(x) <= 0
 
    usage:
    p = GLP(f, <params as kwargs>)
 
    Solving of NLPs is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    or  p.maximize, p.minimize
 
    Parameters and usage: same as NLP  (see help(NLP) and /examples/glp_*.py)
    One more stop criterion is maxNonSuccess (default: 15)
    See also: /examples/glp_*.py
 
    Solvers available:
        galileo - a GA-based solver by Donald Goodman, requires finite lb <= x <= ub
        pswarm (requires PSwarm installed), license: BSD, can handle Ax<=b, requires finite search area
        de (this is temporary name, will be changed till next OO release v. 0.22), license: BSD, requires finite lb <= x <= ub, can handle Ax<=b, c(x) <= 0. The solver is based on differential evolution and made by Stepan Hlushak.
        stogo and mlsl - can use derivatives; require http://openopt.org/nlopt installed
        isres - can handle any constraints; requires http://openopt.org/nlopt installed
        interalg - exact optimum wrt required tolerance, see http://openopt.org/interalg for details
    """
    return CGLP(*args, **kwargs)
 
 
def LLSP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    LLSP: constructor for Linear Least Squares Problem assignment
    0.5*||C*x-d||^2 + 0.5*damp*||x-X||^2 + <f,x> -> min
 
    subjected to:
    lb <= x <= ub
 
    Examples of valid calls:
    p = LLSP(C, d, <params as kwargs>)
    p = LLSP(C=my_C, d=my_d, <params as kwargs>)
 
    p = LLSP(C, d, lb=lb, ub=ub)
 
    See also: /examples/llsp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    C - float m x n numpy.ndarray, numpy.matrix or Python list of lists
    d - float array of length m (numpy.ndarray, numpy.matrix, Python list or tuple)
    damp - non-negative float number
    X - float array of length n (by default all-zeros)
    f - float array of length n (by default all-zeros)
    lb, ub - float arrays of length n (numpy.ndarray, numpy.matrix, Python list or tuple)
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt LLSP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of LLSPs is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    r.xf - desired solution (NaNs if a problem occured)
    r.ff - objFun value (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:
    lsqr (license: GPL) - most efficient, can hanlde scipy.sparse matrices, 
        user-supplied or generated by FuncDesigner models automatically
    lapack_dgelss (license: BSD) - slow but stable, requires scipy; unconstrained
    lapack_sgelss (license: BSD) - single precesion, requires scipy; unconstrained
    bvls (license: BSD) - requires installation from OO LLSP webpage, can handle lb, ub
    converter to nlp. Example: r = p.solve('nlp:ralg', plot=1, iprint =15, <...>)
    """
    return CLLSP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def MMP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
    MMP: constructor for Mini-Max Problem
    search for minimum of max(func0(x), func1(x), ... funcN(x))
    See also: /examples/mmp_*.py
 
    Parameters and usage: same as NLP  (see help(NLP) and /examples/mmp_*.py)
    Solvers available:
        nsmm (currently unconstrained, NonSmooth-based MiniMax, uses NSP ralg solver)
    """
    return CMMP(*args, **kwargs)
 
def LLAVP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
   LLAVP : constructor for Linear Least Absolute Value Problem assignment
    ||C * x - d||_1  + damp*||x-X||_1-> min
 
    subjected to:
    lb <= x <= ub
 
    Examples of valid calls:
    p = LLAVP(C, d, <params as kwargs>)
    p = LLAVP(C=my_C, d=my_d, <params as kwargs>)
 
    p = LLAVP(C, d, lb=lb, ub=ub)
 
    See also: /examples/llavp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    C - float m x n numpy.ndarray, numpy.matrix or Python list of lists
    d - float array of length m (numpy.ndarray, numpy.matrix, Python list or tuple)
    damp - non-negative float number
    X - float array of length n (by default all-zeros)
    lb, ub - float arrays of length n (numpy.ndarray, numpy.matrix, Python list or tuple)
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt LLAVP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of LLAVPs is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    r.xf - desired solution (NaNs if a problem occured)
    r.ff - objFun value (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:
    nsp:<NSP_solver_name> - converter llavp2nsp. Example: r = p.solve('nsp:ralg', plot=1, iprint =15, <...>)
    """
    return CLLAVP(*args, **kwargs)
 
 
def LUNP(*args, **kwargs):
    """
   LUNP : constructor for Linear Uniform Norm Problem assignment
    || C * x - d ||_inf (that is max | C * x - d |)  -> min
 
    subjected to:
    lb <= x <= ub
    A x <= b
    Aeq x = beq
 
    Examples of valid calls:
    p = LUNP(C, d, <params as kwargs>)
    p = LUNP(C=my_C, d=my_d, <params as kwargs>)
 
    p = LUNP(C, d, lb=lb, ub=ub, A = A, b = b, Aeq = Aeq, beq=beq, ...)
 
    See also: /examples/lunp_*.py
 
    :Parameters:
    C - float m x n numpy.ndarray, numpy.matrix or Python list of lists
    d - float array of length m (numpy.ndarray, numpy.matrix, Python list or tuple)
    damp - non-negative float number
    lb, ub - float arrays of length n (numpy.ndarray, numpy.matrix, Python list or tuple)
 
    :Returns:
    OpenOpt LUNP class instance
 
    Notes
    -----
    Solving of LUNPs is performed via
    r = p.solve(string_name_of_solver)
    r.xf - desired solution (NaNs if a problem occured)
    r.ff - objFun value (NaN if a problem occured)
    (see also other r fields)
    Solvers available for now:
    lp:<LP_solver_name> - converter lunp2lp. Example: r = p.solve('lp:lpSolve', <...>)
    """
    return CLUNP(*args, **kwargs)