Stock Balance

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Stock Balance

Post by analauracb » 8 months ago

Hi everyone... I'm having some problems about the logic to define the stock balance in a production planning problem...
the equation of the balance is: Ii, t-1 + Xit – Iit = dit i = 1, …, N, t = 0,1, …, T (2), in which i are the items and t the periods of time.
The thing is... I try to write it on GAMS like this: balancoestoquenormal(i,t).. E(i,t-1) + X(i,t) - E(i,t) =e= demanda(i,t) , which already has a problem when t=0, that's why I made an specific equation for the period 0 (as the initial stock is 0): balancoestoqueinicial(i).. X(i,'1') - E(i,'1') =e= demanda(i,'1');
with that being said, I want to know how can I define the set "t" to be greater or equal than 2 in the first equation balancoestoquenormal(i,t)..
How do I write it? would it be balancoestoquenormal(i,t=g=2)?? because I want it to count from 2....
thank you!

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Re: Stock Balance

Post by Renger » 8 months ago


You can use the $-sign to define the equations

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balancoestoquenormal(i,t)$(ord(t) >1).. E(i,t-1) + X(i,t) - E(i,t) =e= demanda(i,t);
same thing for t > 2.

If you are not sure, which equations will appear in the model, you can use
option limrow = n
where n is the length of t.

If you write this equation without the $-condition:

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balancoestoquenormal(i,t).. E(i,t-1) + X(i,t) - E(i,t) =e= demanda(i,t);
Gams will drop E(i,t-1) from the equation for the first period and that is not what you want.

Hope this helps.

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