A modified hybrid conjugate gradient method for solving unconstrained non-linear optimization problems has been developed

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  • Chenna Nasreddine Souk Ahras University




Optimization, Algorithm, Descent Direction, Line Search, Conjugate Gradient


This paper presents a new hybrid conjugate gradient method, combining the Conjugate Descent (CD) and Al-Bayati & Al-Assady (BA) methods, for solving unconstrained optimization problems. We provide a convergence analysis of the proposed method and demonstrate its effectiveness through numerical examples.

Author Biography

Chenna Nasreddine, Souk Ahras University

Laboratory Mathematics and Informatics, Algeria


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Nasreddine, C. (2023). A modified hybrid conjugate gradient method for solving unconstrained non-linear optimization problems has been developed. International Conference on Pioneer and Innovative Studies, 1, 524–526. https://doi.org/10.59287/icpis.884

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