TY - Book Chapter
T1 - Xpress Mosel: Modeling and Programming Features for Optimization Projects
T3 - Operations Research Proceedings
T3 - Operations Research Proceedings
JF - Operations Research Proceedings 2019
SP - 677
EP - 683
A1 - Heipcke, Susanne
A2 - Colombani, Yves
CY - Cham
PB - Springer International Publishing
PY - 2020
UR - https://bonnus.ulb.uni-bonn.de/SummonRecord/FETCH-springer_books_10_1007_978_3_030_48439_2_820
N2 - Important current trends influencing the development of modeling environments include expectations on interconnection between optimization and analytics tools, easy and secure deployment in a web-based, distributed setting and not least, the continuously increasing average and peak sizes of data instances and complexity of problems to be solved. After a short discussion of the history of modeling languages and the contributions made by FICO Xpress Mosel to this evolution, we point to a number of implementation variants for the classical travelling salesman problem (TSP) using different MIP-based solution algorithms as an example of employing Mosel in the context of parallel or distributed computing, for interacting with a MIP solver, and for the graphical visualisation of results. We then highlight some newly introduced features and improvements to the Mosel language that are of particular interest for the development of large-scale optimization applications.
SN - 9783030484385
SN - 3030484386
KW - Mathematical modeling
KW - Optimization applications
KW - TSP
ER -