As a tip: The tool is not working if you initiliaze parameters to zero and usually the error message that you will get is not relevant. On the other hand, it has no problem handling zero limits.
As a suggestion: It would be nice if the tool was keeping more than one result when stopped. This is mainly because if you simulate for multiple curves then there exists the posibility that the overall error is the lowest but some tendencies of specific curves make no physical meaning or some curves could exhibit a large error in a small region. It would be helpful maybe if the user could choose the result from a set of different results.
Finally, I think that stopping criteria, defined by the user, could be added later on, cause after all they are depended on the application.
|Posted at 08:20, 4 September 2015 by Tsolarion