Compares two methods (Alienor and Twone) for solving numerically global optimization problems involving continuous functions defined on bounded and connected subsets of 2. The Alienor method is about 12 years old, whereas Twone’s is only 12 months old. Considers that Twone is the generalization of the Alienor method. These methods are deterministic and use a reducing transformation allowing expression of two variables as a function of one variable.
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