Got it!


Thank you very much.


Best regards,



[] On Behalf Of Ray Zimmerman
Sent: segunda-feira, 17 de outubro de 2016 19:58
To: MATPOWER discussion forum <>
Subject: Re: runopf() - optional step control


It attempts to avoid steps that are too large and can help improve robustness 
of convergence in some cases.





On Oct 17, 2016, at 4:53 AM, André Carvalho da Silva < 
<> > wrote:


Hello everyone,


I’ve been wondering about what does the “optional step-control” part of the 
MIPS algorithm serves for.


Ok, I understand it must be associated with the MIPS alphaD and alphaP steps, 
but I wonder for what kind of particular conditions it is useful. 


Does it try to accelerate convergence? Does it solve convergence problems?


Thank you in advance.


Best regards,



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