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Piecewise function with input as coordinate (x,y) of curve's points
the actual piecewise function in OPL takes as input abscissas and vector coefficient to construct the function.Many time people have user have the (x;y) coordinate. to do that you need to write OPL code to find the vector coefficient.Would be grea...
We developed a product based on .NET 6 that relies on CPLEX core functionalities and we need to make it run both on Windows an Linux operating systems. The .NET 6 libraries are platform independent but the CPLEX Optimization Studio only provides a...
Make CP cumulFunction and expressions accept float instead of int
cumulFunction and expressions currently only allow the resource usage to be int which is not useful for all resource types. Whilst a workaround of multiplying the int by a large number to approximate the float is possible there are limitations and...
We are looking at CPLEX on zOS.Today, only compiling a C++ program can be used to drive CPLEX on the z platform. It would be much easier to be able to inject OPL directly in (concert, part of ) CPLEX for z/OS.
Improve OPL Interfaces by providing dynamically typed API and a “façade” compatible with the .NET framework
Using OPL interface in .Net is cumbersome. Manipulate data elements object and result is far from being trivial.By example, instantiate an int look like that: OplDataSource dataSource = new MyCustomDataSource(oplF); internal class MyCustomDataSour...
Improve OPL Interfaces by providing field access infer by using the OPL model schema
Modify coefficient, adding variable, iterate on tupleset, modifiing dataElements and almost all operation in the OPL interface are really counter intuitive. Object uses by OPL are not directly compatible with the framework object. Ituple!= Tuple. ...
relying on docplex python API got much easier since docplex was included in the CPLEX product. doopl which is a python package that allows to call OPL model from python code can be download from https://pypi.org/project/doopl/ but having doopl in ...
OPL language enhancements : cannot slice with nested constraints on subTuples
I've been a happy user of OPL language, which has lots of wonderful features. However, there is one remaining recurrent issue in data modeling, which prevents some intuitive modeling. This is called "cannot slice with nested constraints on subTupl...
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