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[Help-glpk] Linear Programming in Java using GLPK and MathProg
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Benson |
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[Help-glpk] Linear Programming in Java using GLPK and MathProg |
Date: |
Sat, 8 Dec 2007 20:56:35 +0300 |
Hi,
I am writing a university timetabling language and solver in Java and
I want to use the linear programming approach. I want to use a free
solver and GLPK seems to be a good candidate. I intend the program to
translate the timetabling problem into MathProg format and let the
solver solves it. It seems that readModel in GlpkSolver allows me to
do this, however it seems to output the result of the calculation in a
file, is it possible to access parts of the solution without going to
the file? Can I access the values, e.g. the value of the objective
function in some ways?
Thanks for your help in advance.
Regards,
Benson
Hi,
I am writing a university timetabling language and solver in Java and
I want to use the linear programming approach. I want to use a free
solver and GLPK seems to be a good candidate. I intend the program to
translate the timetabling problem into MathProg format and let the
solver solves it. It seems that readModel in GlpkSolver allows me to
do this, however it seems to output the result of the calculation in a
file, is it possible to access parts of the solution without going to
the file? Can I access the values, e.g. the value of the objective
function in some ways?
Thanks for your help in advance.
Regards,
Benson
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