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Thank you for considering my proposal. I hope you will implement it in the near future.
And thanks for the alternative suggestions. While it does not enable the better utilization of a given hardware configuration, it can help me solve more models and explore model sensitivities at once.
Thanks for the suggestion. While we are evaluating it, let me offer some alternatives...
An alternative to multiprocessing within a single WML job is be to create separate WML jobs for each of the optimization models that you would like to run. You could use the WML Python client at https://ibm-wml-api-pyclient.mybluemix.net.
Or you could use a DO experiment and create multiple scenarios using the Decision Optimization Python client as described in https://medium.com/@AlainChabrier/decision-optimization-python-client-3f6e6c662f6b. This gives you the benefits of input/output handling and visualisation offered by DO for each run, instead of only for the main job.