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k = 0; n = length(x0);
H = eye(n); xl = ; gfl = ; fl = ;
normg = eps+1;
xx = sym('xx',[1,n]); gg = gradient(f(xx));
x = double(x0); g = double(subs(gg, xx, x')); normg = norm(g);
kmax = 10;
while (normg>eps && (k<kmax))
k = k+1;
xl = [xl, x];
gfl = [gfl, normg]; fl = [fl, f(x)];
d = - H*g;...
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