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Re: Off-by-one error when solving integer linear program
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Michael Hennebry |
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Re: Off-by-one error when solving integer linear program |
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Tue, 17 Dec 2019 21:32:19 -0600 (CST) |
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Alpine 2.20 (DEB 67 2015-01-07) |
What problem are you trying to solve?
If it's not this one:
71 ORE => 8 CNZTR
7 ZLQW, 3 BMBT, 9 XCVML, 26 XMNCP, 1 WPTQ, 2 MZWV, 1 RJRHP => 4 PLWSL
114 ORE => 4 BHXH
14 VRPVC => 6 BMBT
6 BHXH, 18 KTJDG, 12 WPTQ, 7 PLWSL, 31 FHTLT, 37 ZDVW => 1 FUEL
6 WPTQ, 2 BMBT, 8 ZLQW, 18 KTJDG, 1 XMNCP, 6 MZWV, 1 RJRHP => 6 FHTLT
15 XDBXC, 2 LTCX, 1 VRPVC => 6 ZLQW
13 WPTQ, 10 LTCX, 3 RJRHP, 14 XMNCP, 2 MZWV, 1 ZLQW => 1 ZDVW
5 BMBT => 4 WPTQ
189 ORE => 9 KTJDG
1 MZWV, 17 XDBXC, 3 XCVML => 2 XMNCP
12 VRPVC, 27 CNZTR => 2 XDBXC
15 KTJDG, 12 BHXH => 5 XCVML
3 BHXH, 2 VRPVC => 7 MZWV
121 ORE => 7 VRPVC
7 XCVML => 6 RJRHP
5 BHXH, 4 VRPVC => 5 LTCX
what problem is it?
I get 1,341,336 from ILP with GLPK.
One variable for each of 17 reactions.
I have no idea why you would need an explicit bound on ORE consumption.
A trillion seems a bit excessive.
From where are you getting your correct answer?
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