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Set one variable depending on change in another

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Hi,

I am working on a model with 2 binary variables that represent a state of an object. y is a year in a set.
VARIABLES
ISNEW(y)
ISACTIVE(y);

Once ISACTIVE changes from 0 to 1 ISNEW should be 1 for one year.
How can this be achieved? I tried
equation$(ISACTIVE(y-1) eq 0 and ISACTIVE(y) eq 1)..ISNEW(y) =e= 1;

but this does give me 0 for every isnew even if isactive changes.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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RE: Set one variable depending on change in another

Post by Archiver » 2 years ago


Hi OHA



This is surely not GAMS conform. You can’t have equations depending on variables.

If you have a question, you should add the code that is producing the error.



Cheers

Renger



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Subject: Set one variable depending on change in another



Hi,



I am working on a model with 2 binary variables that represent a state of an object. y is a year in a set.

VARIABLES
ISNEW(y)
ISACTIVE(y);


Once ISACTIVE changes from 0 to 1 ISNEW should be 1 for one year.

How can this be achieved? I tried

equation$(ISACTIVE(y-1) eq 0 and ISACTIVE(y) eq 1)..ISNEW(y) =e= 1;


but this does give me 0 for every isnew even if isactive changes.



Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Re: Set one variable depending on change in another

Post by Archiver » 2 years ago


OHA: I think this should do what you want. Heads first disjunctive programming (Disclaimer: I'm not an expert in this kind of stuff).

ISNEW(y) =e= ISACTIVE(y)-ISACTIVE(y-1)

Allowed (feasible) values:
0 0 0
1 1 0
0 1 1

I guess you have a ward against this state (ISACTIVE(y)=g=ISACTIVE(y-1)):

? 0 1

Hope to help!
Claudio



On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 5:15 AM, Renger van Nieuwkoop wrote:

Hi OHA



This is surely not GAMS conform. You can’t have equations depending on variables.

If you have a question, you should add the code that is producing the error.



Cheers

Renger



From: gamsworld@googlegroups.com [mailto:gamsworld@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of OHA
Sent: Mittwoch, 30. März 2016 21:44
To: gamsworld
Subject: Set one variable depending on change in another



Hi,



I am working on a model with 2 binary variables that represent a state of an object. y is a year in a set.

VARIABLES
ISNEW(y)
ISACTIVE(y);


Once ISACTIVE changes from 0 to 1 ISNEW should be 1 for one year.

How can this be achieved? I tried

equation$(ISACTIVE(y-1) eq 0 and ISACTIVE(y) eq 1)..ISNEW(y) =e= 1;


but this does give me 0 for every isnew even if isactive changes.



Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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