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GLPK 4.39 released / Gusek update available

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A new version of the GNU Linear Programming Kit (GLPK) has been released yesterday. From the release notes:

GLPK 4.39 — Release Information

Release date: Jul 26, 2009

GLPK (GNU Linear Programming Kit) is intended for solving large-scale
linear programming (LP), mixed integer linear programming (MIP), and
other related problems. It is a set of routines written in ANSI C and
organized as a callable library.

In this release:

The following new API routines were added:

glp_warm_up           “warm up” LP basis
glp_set_vertex_name   assign (change) vertex name
glp_create_v_index    create vertex name index
glp_find_vertex       find vertex by its name
glp_delete_v_index    delete vertex name index
glp_read_asnprob      read assignment problem data in DIMACS
glp_write_asnprob     write assignment problem data in DIMACS
glp_check_asnprob     check correctness of assignment problem
glp_asnprob_lp        convert assignment problem to LP
glp_asnprob_okalg     solve assignment problem with the
out-of-kilter algorithm
glp_asnprob_hall      find bipartite matching of maxumum
cardinality with Hall’s algorithm

Also were added some API routines to read plain data files.

The API routines glp_read_lp and glp_write_lp to read/write
files in CPLEX LP format were re-implemented. Now glp_write_lp
correctly writes double-bounded (ranged) rows by introducing
slack variables rather than by duplicating the rows.

Also a new version of Gusek including GLPK 4.39 has been released.


Written by Sebastian

July 27, 2009 at 8:38 pm

Posted in Software

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