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Re: [Help-glpk] help

From: Daniele Micarelli
Subject: Re: [Help-glpk] help
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2012 23:46:10 +0200

Re: [Help-glpk] help

r (i
) is a parameter and represents the resource request from the i-th activities by the system.

The variable is x (i, t) where i is the index of the activities of the whole W and t is the index of the time interval.
R is the total available resource is not exceeded while d (i) is the duration of the activity

2012/6/26 Michael Hennebry <address@hidden>
On Tue, 26 Jun 2012, Daniele Micarelli wrote:

I have to solve a linear programming problem with the language and I'm
planning mathprog
I have difficulty writing the following constraint: ΣΣ r (i) * x (i, t) <= R
where the first summation is true for all belonging to the W and the second
summation has as its lower end t-d(i) and upper bound as t-1

You've not made it clear what is a variable and what is not.
If r and x are both variables, you are done.
*Linear* programming does not involve products of variables.

Michael   address@hidden
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