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Is the conjugate gradient algorithm susceptible to getting into local minima?

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Simfish
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Jul7-10, 11:19 AM
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What about the nonlinear forms of it?

Or is it guaranteed to reach a global minimum?
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One may very well reach a local minimum.


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