AMPL: A Modeling Language for Mathematical Programming by Fourer R., Gay D.M., Kernighan B.W.

By Fourer R., Gay D.M., Kernighan B.W.

AMPL is a language for large-scale optimization and mathematical programming difficulties in creation, distribution, mixing, scheduling, and plenty of different purposes. Combining general algebraic notation and a strong interactive command atmosphere, AMPL makes it effortless to create types, use a large choice of solvers, and look at recommendations. notwithstanding versatile and handy for speedy prototyping and improvement of versions, AMPL additionally deals the rate and generality wanted for repeated large-scale creation runs. This booklet, written through the creators of AMPL, is a whole advisor for modelers in any respect degrees of expertise. It starts off with an academic on popular linear programming types, and offers all of AMPL's gains for linear programming with broad examples. extra chapters conceal community, nonlinear, piecewise-linear, and integer programming; database and spreadsheet interactions; and command scripts. so much chapters contain routines. obtain loose types of AMPL and a number of other solvers from www.ampl.com for experimentation, evaluate, and schooling. the website additionally lists owners of the industrial model of AMPL and various solvers.

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