Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of WikiStart


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    88Project Manager: Robin Lougee-Heimer. [[BR]]
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    10 Each cut generator is it's own project, with it's own project manager.
    11   * CglClique: Laszlo Ladanyi
    12   * CglDuplicateRow: John J Forrest
    13   * CglFlowCover: Yan Xu
    14   * CglGomory: John J Forrest
    15   * CglKnapsack: Robin Lougee-Heimer
    16   * CglLiftAndProject: Robin Lougee-Heimer
    17   * CglMixedIntegerRounding: Joao Goncalves
    18   * CglOddhole: John J Forrest
    19   * CglProbing: John J Forrest
    20   * CglSimpleRounding: Robin Lougee-Heimer
    21   * CglTwomir: Oktay Gunluk
     10Each cut generator is it's own project, with it's own project manager. [[BR]]
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     12  * CglClique.  Laszlo Ladanyi
     13  * CglDuplicateRow. John J Forrest
     14  * CglFlowCover.  Yan Xu
     15  * CglGomory. John J Forrest
     16  * CglKnapsack. Robin Lougee-Heimer
     17  * CglLiftAndProject. Robin Lougee-Heimer
     18  * CglMixedIntegerRounding. Joao Goncalves
     19  * CglOddhole. John J Forrest
     20  * CglProbing. John J Forrest
     21  * CglSimpleRounding. Robin Lougee-Heimer
     22  * CglTwomir. Oktay Gunluk
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    4243The knapsack cover cut generator has a variety of methods for finding and lifting covers.  You can re-use the various cover-finding methods and cover-lifting methods to build your own variations of this classic cut.
    4344[[BR]]
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    4446Q: What platforms does CGL run on?[[BR]]
    4547A: CGL has been tested on: [[BR]]
    46    ** AIX V4.3 using g++ V2.95.2
    47    ** Windows using Microsoft Visual C++ V6
    48    ** Windows using the Cygwin toolchain
    49    ** Linux using g++ V2.95.2.
    50    ** Solaris (SunOS 5.6 and 5.8) using g++ V2.95.2
     48   * AIX V4.3 using g++ V2.95.2
     49   * Windows using Microsoft Visual C++ V6
     50   * Windows using the Cygwin toolchain
     51   * Linux using g++ V2.95.2.
     52   * Solaris (SunOS 5.6 and 5.8) using g++ V2.95.2
    5153[[BR]]
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    5255Q: What LP and MIP solvers does CGL use? [[BR]]
    5356A: CGL uses OSI to access a solver.  It does not directly call a solver.[[BR]]
    54 
    55   * [http://www.coin-or.org/ COIN-OR Initiative]
    56 
    5757[[BR]]
    5858
    59 == Download and installation instructions ==
    60      A note here: tarballs will be created as before.[[BR]]
    61      For standalone projects checking out the latest version (not a branch) of project Foo is fine and should be done by
     59== Download and Installation Instructions ==
     60Tarballs will be created as before.[[BR]]
     61[[BR]]
     62
     63For standalone projects checking out the latest version (not a branch) of project Foo is fine and should be done by
    6264{{{
    6365svn checkout https://projects.coin-or.org/svn/Foo/trunk Foo
    6466}}}
     67[[BR]]
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    6569     For projects that depend on other projects in COIN (like Clp) checking out the latest version (not a branch) of project Foo should be done by
    6670{{{
     
    6872}}}
    6973     (The reason to check things out into a directory named Coin-Foo is that a subdirectory named Foo will be created within, and Foo/Foo looks weird :-) [[BR]]
    70    * Hints and Tricks
     74
     75 == Hints and Tricks ==
     76Got one? Add it here.
     77
    7178   * [http://www.coin-or.org/Doxygen/Cgl/index.html CGL Detailed Class Descritions]
    7279   * Papers
    7380   * Presentations
    7481   * Anything else you might like...
     82   * [http://www.coin-or.org/ COIN-OR Initiative]
    7583   * Edit this page to make it more useful...