Optimization With IBM-Osl
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Written in English

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  • Computer Software Packages,
  • Programming languages,
  • Hardware - Mainframes & Minicomputers,
  • Computers - General Information,
  • Computer Books And Software

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Open LibraryOL11304697M
ISBN 100894262440
ISBN 109780894262449

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We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. A source of information on model building and problem solving using Library modules is the book "Optimization with IBM OSL," by Hung, Rom, and Waren (ISBN ), published by Scientific Press, which is now a subsidiary of Duxbury Press. URLs for sources of additional information on OSL and on optimization in general can be found in Links.   Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Ming S. Hung (Author), Walter O. Rom (Author), Allan D. Waren (Author) & See all formats and editions Hide Authors: Walter O. Rom, Ming S. Hung, Allan D. Waren. Traditionally, such an optimization relies on brute-force search or local search algorithms, which are computationally intensive, and will be slow on low-power platforms (which increases latency.

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Another useful book is the "Optimization Software Guide," by Jorge More' and Stephen Wright, from SIAM Books. Call to order ($, less ten percent if you are a SIAM member). It contains references to 75 available software packages (not all of them just LP), and goes into more detail than is possible in this FAQ. The objective of this paper is the development and solution of nonlinear and mixed-integer (MIP) optimization models for real-world planning and scheduling problems in petroleum refineries. The solution process using the IBM OSL stochastic programming code is fast enough to generate virtually online decisions and results and allows for easy interaction of the user with the model to improve pension fund performance. contained complete optimization, taking data as an input file and producing a solution file, rather than being a subroutine library. Currently, both the mathematical programming system (MPS) and the library approach (e.g., IBM OSL) are used. With the growth of object-oriented programming, there is a third paradigm: a shell that serves.