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An optimization algorithm is a numerical method or algorithm for finding a value x such that f(x) is as small (or as large) as possible, for a given function f, possibly with some constraints on x. Here, x can be a scalar or vector of continuous or discrete values. If x is continuous, then the study of the algorithm is part of numerical analysis.
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