GAMS Distribution 25.1.0 (Beta Version) Announcement  Announcement

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GAMS Distribution 25.1.0 (Beta Version) Announcement  Announcement

Post by Lutz » 3 years ago

Hi GAMS Users,

We would like to announce the availability of the GAMS Release 25.1.0 (Beta Version).

This release contains the first public beta version of GAMS Studio - a completely new integrated development environment for GAMS.
Please consult the beta release notes for details about GAMS Studio, other new features and updated solvers:

If you are interested in experimenting with this beta release, please download the software and documentation at:
Note, that updated GAMS beta releases might be made available during the beta testing phase at the same location.

If you have suggestions or find problems in the beta release please contact

All bug reports leading to improvements will be acknowledged on-line in the official release notes. ​

Your GAMS Team

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Re: GAMS Distribution 25.1.0 (Beta Version) Announcement

Post by Alireza.soroudi » 3 years ago

Power System OPTimization (PS-OPT) is now added to the library of GAMS new 25.1.0 Beta release (April 11, 2018) ... index.html

This is a listing of the models available in the on-line model library (PSOPTLIB) based on the book Power System Optimization Modelling in GAMS by Alireza Soroudi. The library contains a selection of 32 models from various areas of power system optimization expressed in GAMS. Book and library describe how the General Algebraic Modeling System (GAMS) can be used to solve various power system operation and planning optimization problems. The book is the first of its kind to provide readers with a comprehensive reference that includes the solution codes for basic/advanced power system optimization problems in GAMS, a computationally efficient tool for analyzing optimization problems in power and energy systems. The book covers theoretical background as well as the application examples and test case studies. It is a suitable reference for dedicated and general audiences including power system professionals as well as researchers and developers from the energy sector and electrical power engineering community and will be helpful to undergraduate and graduate students.

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