The project aims to build a minimal, high-performance, dense, primal-dual interior point solver for second-order cone problems. It implements the same algorithm as CVXOPT's
coneqp, though is written entirely in Julia. Ideally, it will eventually provide MathOptInterface bindings, allowing its use for generic SOCPs.
This solver is not particularly "clever"; it aims instead to have very low invocation overhead, allowing it to be used for small dense problems efficiently. At the present time, it is not ready for general use.
Copyright 2019 Benjamin Chung
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