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## Re: [Help-glpk] FOR HELP!

**From**: |
Andrew Makhorin |

**Subject**: |
Re: [Help-glpk] FOR HELP! |

**Date**: |
Tue, 2 Dec 2008 03:00:56 +0300 |

>* ILOG OPL Studio allows to set integer values of a feasible solution inside*
>* the mathematical model (like we could do in GMPL) and use an optimization*
>* profile parameter to force the solver to branch according to these values to*
>* find the first feasible solution. Afterwards a normal branching heuristic is*
>* used. This can be a way to start with a good upper bound.*
>* This might be a feature worth considering for implementation in GLPSOL.*
Yes. Ampl allows specifying an initial estimation of variables in the
same way as computable values for parameters, e.g.
var x, >= 0, <= 10, := 3.14159;
Such data are useless for the simplex solver, however, it can be passed
to the mip solver (to specify some integer feasible solution) or to the
interior-point solver (to specify a point to start the search from). So
it is reasonable to implement this feature in Mathprog.
For mip models there might be additional attributes of variables and
constraints, for example, branching priority, etc.