[SciPy-user] Semidefinite programming in scipy ?

Zhiwen Chong zhiwen.chong at elf.mcgill.ca
Tue Jul 5 14:04:33 CDT 2005

On 5-Jul-05, at 10:53 AM, Alan G Isaac wrote:
>   Programming Kit (GLPK) "supports the GNU MathProg
>   language, which is a subset of the AMPL language."

Thanks for the links Alan. I looked into GNU MathProg some time ago,  
but I understand it does not support nonlinear constraints. I guess I  
had kinda expected that, since the library was called the GNU LP Kit,  
heh heh.

> - http://www.jeannot.org/~js/code/index.en.html#PuLP
>   PuLP can generate .LP and .MPS files and call GLPK, COIN
>   CLP/SBB, CPLEX or XPRESS to solve linear problems."

This piece of code looks pretty interesting... seems to be able to  
generate stubs for a mixed-integer LP solvers. Worth taking a look!


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