Differences between CML and CMLMT

What are the differences between Constrained Maxlik/Maximum Likelihood vs MLMT/ Constrained Maximum Likelihood MT (CMLMT/CMMT)?

1 Answer



0



CMLMT is a more advanced and multi-threaded version of CML.  It uses a DS structure for handling data sets, and a PV structure for handling parameters.

The use of structures means that the CMLMT run can be multi-threaded, i.e., you can run several of them at a time.

Note:  CMLMT is not backwards compatible.  If a user wants to run older code, they may need to use CML 2.0.

Your Answer

1 Answer

0

CMLMT is a more advanced and multi-threaded version of CML.  It uses a DS structure for handling data sets, and a PV structure for handling parameters.

The use of structures means that the CMLMT run can be multi-threaded, i.e., you can run several of them at a time.

Note:  CMLMT is not backwards compatible.  If a user wants to run older code, they may need to use CML 2.0.


You must login to post answers.

Have a Specific Question?

Get a real answer from a real person

Need Support?

Get help from our friendly experts.

REQUEST A FREE QUOTE

Thank you for your interest in the GAUSS family of products.

© Aptech Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

Privacy Policy | Sitemap