OPTANO.Modeling 3.4.0.489

The OPTANO Modeling library allows you to use C# as a Modeling language for mathematical optimization (mixed integer programming (MIP) and linear programming (LP)). It has a lightweight footprint and connects to several solvers.

There is a newer prerelease version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package OPTANO.Modeling -Version 3.4.0.489
dotnet add package OPTANO.Modeling --version 3.4.0.489
<PackageReference Include="OPTANO.Modeling" Version="3.4.0.489" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add OPTANO.Modeling --version 3.4.0.489
The NuGet Team does not provide support for this client. Please contact its maintainers for support.

Version 3.4 (2020-07-16)

  • Feature: Add support for CPLEX 12.10
  • Feature: The internal LP writer (used as fallback for solvers that do not provide a native option for exporting a model) now orders variables and constraints by name.
  • Feature: Updated the limited license for all versions of Gurobi 8.*.
  • Fix: The automatic substitution for OR-Constraint was not properly working for all cases. This also affected the substitution of Implies-Constraints.
  • Fix: When Products with "very small" (i.e. &lt; 1e-6) factors were normalized, the complete product was declared to be 0.
    Internally, it was assumed that numbers &lt; ModelScope.EPSILON are "equal" to 0, without checking if the "final" result might be larger than 1e-6.
    • E.g.: p = 1/10000000 * (1000 * x)
      Previously: p = 0
      Now: p = 1/10000 * x

Version 3.4 (2020-07-16)

  • Feature: Add support for CPLEX 12.10
  • Feature: The internal LP writer (used as fallback for solvers that do not provide a native option for exporting a model) now orders variables and constraints by name.
  • Feature: Updated the limited license for all versions of Gurobi 8.*.
  • Fix: The automatic substitution for OR-Constraint was not properly working for all cases. This also affected the substitution of Implies-Constraints.
  • Fix: When Products with "very small" (i.e. &lt; 1e-6) factors were normalized, the complete product was declared to be 0.
    Internally, it was assumed that numbers &lt; ModelScope.EPSILON are "equal" to 0, without checking if the "final" result might be larger than 1e-6.
    • E.g.: p = 1/10000000 * (1000 * x)
      Previously: p = 0
      Now: p = 1/10000 * x

Release Notes

http://docs.optano.com/modeling/current/changelog.html

NuGet packages (3)

Showing the top 3 NuGet packages that depend on OPTANO.Modeling:

Package Downloads
Optimization.Framework
The Optimization.Framework allows you to use C# as a modelling language for mathematical optimization. It furthermore allows you to use solvers as services.
OPTANO.Modeling.Gurobi
State of the Art Mathematical Programming Solver This package ships all files to run Gurobi with OPTANO Modeling on win64 and linux64. No additional installation required. When running on linux, please also install gurobi as usual. OPTANO.Modeling.Gurobi comes with a size-limited Gurobi license (Package OPTANO Modeling required). Please visit https://www.gurobi.com/partners/optano to obtain an unlimited license.
Flips
A F# library for creating and solving Linear Programming and Mixed Integer Programming Models

GitHub repositories

This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
3.4.1.490-beta 31 8/20/2020
3.4.0.489 136 7/16/2020
3.3.0.474 514 2/21/2020
3.2.2.468 172 1/16/2020
3.2.1.467 144 1/9/2020
3.2.0.464 179 1/8/2020
3.1.0.460 143 12/10/2019
3.0.1.451 4,426 5/6/2019
3.0.0.450 188 4/29/2019
2.16.1.452 594 5/6/2019
2.16.0.445 211 4/25/2019
2.15.0.435 233 4/4/2019
2.14.1.430 236 2/14/2019
2.14.0.429 181 1/31/2019
2.14.0.428-pre2 276 1/14/2019
2.14.0.426-pre 270 1/14/2019
2.12.1.423 292 12/19/2018
2.12.0.415 214 12/15/2018
2.11.3.409 212 12/4/2018
2.11.2.408 280 12/3/2018
2.11.1.407 195 12/2/2018
2.11.0.403 241 11/29/2018
2.9.0.384 1,875 9/5/2018
2.8.1.343 483 5/25/2018
2.8.0.338 314 5/16/2018
2.7.0.336 433 5/2/2018
2.6.0.319 393 3/14/2018
2.5.0.312 540 1/24/2018
2.4.1.311 499 1/24/2018
2.4.0.303 788 11/15/2017
2.3.0.299 437 10/18/2017
2.2.0.291 437 9/28/2017
2.1.0.289 562 9/5/2017
2.0.0.286 520 9/3/2017
2.0.0.278-alpha02 451 8/26/2017
2.0.0.276-alpha01 419 8/20/2017
1.6.1.259 471 8/10/2017
1.6.0.252 446 8/4/2017
1.5.0.247 488 7/13/2017
1.4.0.236 518 5/8/2017
1.3.0.232 481 4/20/2017
1.2.3.222 610 3/6/2017
1.2.2.216 516 3/4/2017
1.2.1.207 570 3/3/2017
1.2.0.201 516 2/23/2017
1.1.0.191 552 1/3/2017
1.0.0.172 542 12/23/2016
0.9.1.163 531 11/23/2016
0.9.0.156 946 11/1/2016