What is RobOptim?
RobOptim is a set of packages designed to make robotics non-linear optimization problem easier to solve. It is composed of several packages which are focusing on different kind of problem related to robotics, especially humanoid robotics.
Support is done through the roboptim Google Group.
- Generic C++ package used to solve non-linear optimization problem (not robotics specific).
- Python bindings for RobOptim Core.
- Allows Ipopt solvers to be used as a back-end of roboptim-core.
- Allows CMinPack to be used as a back-end of roboptim-core.
- Allows CFSQP solver to be used as a back-end of roboptim-core (not distributed on-line due to the restrictive license of CFSQP, see CFSQP web site for more information).
- Allows NAG solvers to be used as a back-end of roboptim-core.
- Trajectory optimization for robotics.
- Release 2.0 (download).
- Release 0.4 (download).
- Release 0.3 (download).
- Release 0.2: Update
roboptim-core, initial release of
- Release 0.1: Initial release
- HTML (development version)
- HTML (v2.0)
If the package is installed on your system, this documentation should be available in
Releases are available on GitHub for download.
Oldest releases are available on the SourceForge space for download.
You can also retrieve the latest development version on the Git repository.
Support and discussionThe RobOptim Google Group provides support for this project.
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