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- 1 year ago
- Forum: Syntax
- Topic: Can GAMS do matrix calculations?
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### Can GAMS do matrix calculations?

Can GAMS do matrix calculations such the inverse matrix of a matrix? If it can, how to do? If it can't, how should I do?

- 1 year ago
- Forum: Solvers
- Topic: BARON may not give global optimum although the model status is "1 Optimal"
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### BARON may not give global optimum although the model status is "1 Optimal"

It seems that BARON may not give global optimum although the model status is "1 Optimal". Is it? When I solve my MINLP model with BARON (to maximize), it gives an OBJECTIVE VALUE 85461884.9974 and the MODEL STATUS is 1 Optimal . But, if I fix some of the 0-1 variables at the values BARON gives and s...

- 1 year ago
- Forum: Solvers
- Topic: Can BARON handle models including nonlinear constraint like x*y>z?
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### Can BARON handle models including nonlinear constraint like x*y>z?

Can BARON handle models including nonlinear constraint like x*y>z, where x, y, and z are variables?

- 1 year ago
- Forum: Syntax
- Topic: How to use the result of one model as the initial value of another model?
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- 1 year ago
- Forum: Syntax
- Topic: How to use the result of one model as the initial value of another model?
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### How to use the result of one model as the initial value of another model?

How can I use the result of one model as the initial value of another model conveniently? Must I copy and paste the values one by one?

- 1 year ago
- Forum: Solvers
- Topic: Whether a “8 Integer Solution” given by DICOPT is an optimal solution?
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### Whether a “8 Integer Solution” given by DICOPT is an optimal solution?

I use DICOPT to solve an MINLP model and it gives model status 8 Integer Solution . Then, how can I know whether it is an globel optimal solution? In the log file, I reads ** Optimal solution. Reduced gradient less than tolerance. and --- DICOPT: Best integer solution found: 567403973.551187 , then ...

- 1 year ago
- Forum: Solvers
- Topic: How to set the GAMS option optCR if I don't know whether the problem satisfies strong duality?
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### Re: How to set the GAMS option optCR if I don't know whether the problem satisfies strong duality?

According to your answer, that is to say, for any MINLP, BARON can give its globle optimal solution with the GAMS option "option optCR=0;" as long as it has one, if computing resources are enough. Is it?

Thanks.

Thanks.

- 1 year ago
- Forum: Solvers
- Topic: Can GAMS run two models at the same time?
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### Re: Can GAMS run two models at the same time?

Thank you, dirkse. If I run two separate GAMS jobs, then how do they allocate computing resources?

- 1 year ago
- Forum: Solvers
- Topic: Why do DICOPT and BARON come to contradictory conclusions?
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### Re: Why do DICOPT and BARON come to contradictory conclusions?

Thank you a lot. I know a MILP formulation can be written for PSP-2 and here I just want to describe the problem. In fact, I know that this problem can be avoided, but I just want to know the reason, although it seems that it is not so important.

- 1 year ago
- Forum: Solvers
- Topic: How to set the GAMS option optCR if I don't know whether the problem satisfies strong duality?
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### How to set the GAMS option optCR if I don't know whether the problem satisfies strong duality?

As we know, we say a problem satisfies the strong duality, when its optimal duality gap equals 0. Then, when we don't know whether a problem satisfies the strong duality, if we set the GAMS option optCR to 0, the solving process may never stop and we can never obtain an optimal solution. So, how can...