R/golden.section.search.R

Defines functions golden.section.search

Documented in golden.section.search

# fields  is a package for analysis of spatial data written for
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golden.section.search <- function(ax, bx, cx, f, niter = 25, 
    f.extra = NA, tol = 1e-05, gridx = NA) {
    
    # check if an initial grid has been passed if so then do a
    # search for the minimum on this grid first.
    gridx <- sort(gridx)
    NG <- length(gridx)
    fgrid <- rep(NA, NG)
    if (!is.na(gridx[1])) {
        gridx <- sort(gridx)
        NG <- length(gridx)
        fgrid <- rep(NA, NG)
        for (k in 1:NG) {
            fgrid[k] <- f(gridx[k], f.extra)
        }
        # bail on search if objective function is an NA
        if (any(is.na(fgrid))) {
            warning("grid search has found some missing values in objective function")
            return(list(x = NA, fmin = NA, iter = 0, tol = tol, 
                coarse.search = cbind(gridx, fgrid, deparse.level = 1)))
        }
        ind.bx <- which.min(fgrid)
        # if minimum is at grid boundary print warning and return
        if ((ind.bx == 1) | ind.bx == NG) {
            warning("grid search gives minimun at boundary")
            return(list(x = gridx[ind.bx], fmin = fgrid[ind.bx], 
                iter = 0, tol = tol, coarse.search = cbind(gridx, 
                  fgrid, deparse.level = 1)))
        }
        # use grid results for initial values of golden section search
        ax <- gridx[ind.bx - 1]
        bx <- gridx[ind.bx]
        cx <- gridx[ind.bx + 1]
    }
    else {
        # if no grid search, sanity check on starting points
        f1 <- f(ax, f.extra)
        f2 <- f(bx, f.extra)
        f3 <- f(cx, f.extra)
        if ((f2 > f1) | (f2 > f3)) 
            stop("starting values not convex")
    }
    
    
    r <- 0.61803399
    con <- 1 - r
    x0 <- ax
    x3 <- cx
    if (abs(cx - bx) > abs(bx - ax)) {
        x1 <- bx
        x2 <- bx + con * (bx - ax)
    }
    else {
        x2 <- bx
        x1 <- bx - con * (bx - ax)
    }
    f1 <- f(x1, f.extra)
    f2 <- f(x2, f.extra)
    iter <- niter
    for (k in 1:niter) {
        #cat( x1,f1, x2,f2, fill=TRUE)
        if (f2 < f1) {
            x0 <- x1
            x1 <- x2
            x2 <- r * x1 + con * x3
            f0 <- f1
            f1 <- f2
            f2 <- f(x2, f.extra)
        }
        else {
            x3 <- x2
            x2 <- x1
            x1 <- r * x2 + con * x0
            f3 <- f2
            f2 <- f1
            f1 <- f(x1, f.extra)
        }
        if (abs(f2 - f1) < tol) {
            iter <- k
            break
        }
    }
    if (f1 < f2) {
        golden <- f1
        xmin <- x1
    }
    else {
        golden <- f2
        xmin <- x2
    }
    
    if (iter == niter) {
        warning("Maximum iterations reached")
    }
    
    list(x = xmin, fmin = golden, iter = iter, tol = tol, coarse.search = cbind(gridx, 
        fgrid, deparse.level = 1))
}

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