The GLPKSolver package (available here for the Optimization.Framework is now able read .mod and .dat files into your model. Usage: var model = new Model(); model.Load(“diet.mod”, “diet.dat”); You can then go ahead and work with the model, i.e. solve or manipulate it.
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At APMOD 2012 conference in Paderborn there will be two workshops, one on the Optimization.Framework, which will be held by Jens Peter Kempkes and Lars Beckmann and one on Pyomo which will be held by Jean-Paul Watson and John Siirola. If you are interested in attending, use the links next to the title to register: [...]
The APMOD ‘Early Bird’ registration phase – just like the year 2011 – is coming to a close. If you register before December 31st, you get your delegate ticket for 300 Euros or your student (BA/MA only) ticket for 120 Euros. In both cases you are saving 80 Euros compared to the regular price. Below [...]
Dear readers, It is our pleasure to invite you submitting papers to the International Conference APMOD – APplied mathematical programming and MODelling The conference will take place in Paderborn during March 28-30, 2012 and is focused on but not limited to the following topics: Optimization methods and software Linear programming Mixed-integer programming Stochastic programming Modelling [...]