Introduction to the Generated Math Program library

Webinar date: October 15, 2014

 

If you solve a mathematical program, AIMMS will first perform a generation step to process the variables and constraints. The resulting mathematical program is then sent to and solved by a solver (e.g., CPLEX or GUROBI). A generated math program (GMP) can be used to quickly update coefficients and resolve a mathematical program. The functions for modifying a GMP are collected in the GMP library. This library can also be used to:

  • store multiple solutions,
  • solve multiple mathematical program instances in parallel,
  • create advanced algorithms like the Outer Approximation algorithm or the Benders’ Decomposition algorithm.

Learn more about using the Generated Math Program Library in our webinar.

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