Changeset 2525


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Timestamp:
Mar 9, 2019 4:51:50 PM (6 weeks ago)
Author:
stefan
Message:

improve formatting

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branches/gh-pages
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  • branches/gh-pages/faq.md

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    111111 1. *How does one build and run a parallel version of cbc?*
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    113    To build a parallel enabled version of cbc when running `configure` add the option `--enable-cbc-parallel`.
     113    To build a parallel enabled version of cbc when running `configure` add the option `--enable-cbc-parallel`.
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    115    To run in parallel use the `-threads` option with cbc:
    116    ```
    117    ./cbc -threads 6 -unitTest -dirMiplib=_MIPLIB3DIR_ -miplib
    118    ```
    119    where _MIPLIB3DIR_ is the name of the directory containing the miplib3 mps files.
     115    To run in parallel use the `-threads` option with cbc:
     116    ```
     117    ./cbc -threads 6 -unitTest -dirMiplib=_MIPLIB3DIR_ -miplib
     118    ```
     119    where _MIPLIB3DIR_ is the name of the directory containing the miplib3 mps files.
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    121121 1. *For a miplib example, say `egout`, should the output related to egout produced by the command `./cbc - miplib` match what I'd get from executing cbc on egout directly?*
     
    123123    No. There's more to -miplib than simply running cbc on each of the miplib datasets (but I don't know exactly what all the differences are).
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    125  1. Is there a difference in the default parameter settings when you solve a problem in Cbc's interactive mode versus the command-line mode?
     125 1. *Is there a difference in the default parameter settings when you solve a problem in Cbc's interactive mode versus the command-line mode?*
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    127127    Should not be any difference - the commands are read at a single point in code, switching over after command line ones. <July 8, 2009>
  • branches/gh-pages/heuristics.md

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    238238    - `f`: if set then a fraction of the original objective is added in.
    239239      This fraction will decay at each pass.  Larger `f` gives a larger fraction.
     240
    240241    Whew!  So you think you have finished with options - no way.
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