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Examples List

Here are the examples with brief descriptions:

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▼Ncom | |

▼Ngams | Provides package namespace for Java interface and examples to General Algebraic Model System (GAMS) |

▼Nexamples | Provides for Java examples illustrating the usage of GAMS Java AP from package `com.gams.api` |

▼Nalias | Provides examples that demonstrate the logic of how aliases are handled in the GAMS Java API |

CAlias | The Object-oriented API does not have the concept of a GAMS alias |

▼Nbenders | Provides examples that implement simple Benders decomposition method for a stochastic linear program |

CBenders2Stage | This example demonstrates a sequential implementation of a simple Benders decomposition method for a stochastic linear program |

CBenders2StageMT | This example demonstrates a parallel implementation of a simple Benders decomposition method for a stochastic linear program |

▼Nclad | Provides examples that demonstrates how to implement a complex termination criterion for a difficult MIP using GAMS/Cplex |

CClad | This example demonstrates how to implement a complex termination criterion for a difficult MIP using GAMS/Cplex |

▼Ncutstock | Provides examples that implement a column generation approach to solve the cutting stock problem |

CCutstock | This example implements a column generation approach |

CCutstockModel | This example shows the wrapper model of a cutstock problem based on the simple GAMS [cutstock] model from the GAMS Model Library |

CSimpleCutstock | This example implements a column generation approach |

▼Ndomain | Provides examples that demonstrate how to trigger domain checking and how to access the records that violate the referential integrity |

CDomainCheck | The example enforces referential integrity also known in the GAMS lingo as domain checking |

▼Ninterrupt | Provides examples that demonstrate how to alter some console properties to get this behavior of Ctrl-C |

CConsoleInterrupt | This example demonstrates how to interrupt a solve in a running job but then continues with the execution of the remaining GAMS job |

CInterruptGUI | This small example demonstrates how to run a GAMS model in a graphical user interface |

▼Nspecialvalues | |

CSpecialValues | This example shows how special values of the programming language (e.g |

▼Ntransport | Provides examples that demonstrate the use of the GAMS Java API on the simple transport model [trnsport] from the GAMS Model Library |

CTransport1 | This example shows how to create and run a GAMSJob from the simple GAMS [trnsport] model from the GAMS Model Library |

CTransport10 | This example demonstrates how to retrieve an input for GAMS Transport Model from an Excel file (transport.xls) using JExcelApi, a open source java API for reading/writing Excel (See http://jexcelapi.sourceforge.net/) and Apache POI, Apache Java API for the Microsoft Documents (https://poi.apache.org/) |

CTransport11 | This example shows how to create and use save/restart file |

CTransport12 | This example demonstrates how to implement a GUSS approach using the GAMS Java API and the GAMS [trnsport] model from the GAMS Model Library |

CTransport13 | This example demonstrates how to run a job via the wrapper model of a GAMS [trnsport] from the transportation problem based from the GAMS Model Library |

CTransport14 | This example shows how to run multiple GAMSJobs in parallel each using different scenario |

CTransport2 | This example shows how to include data files to run a job with the simple GAMS [trnsport] model from the GAMS Model Library |

CTransport3 | This example shows how to set a non-default working directory, to read data from string, to export datbase to gdx, as well as to run a job using data from gdx |

CTransport4 | This example shows how to prepare a GAMSDatabase from Java data structures |

CTransport5 | This example shows how to initialize a GAMSJob from a GAMSCheckpoint |

CTransport6 | This example shows how to run multiple GAMSJobs in parallel using a GAMSCheckpoint |

CTransport7 | This example shows how to create a GAMSModelInstance from a GAMSCheckpoint and how to modify a parameter or a variable of a GAMSModelInstance using GAMSModifiler |

CTransport8 | This example shows how to use a queue to solve multiple GAMSModelInstances in parallel |

CTransport9 | This example demonstrates how to retrieve an input for GAMS Transport Model from a MSAccess file (transport.accdb) using standard JDBC library |

CTransportEngine | This example shows how to run a GAMSJob on GAMS Engine using the runEngine method (since GAMS 44): |

CTransportGDX | This example shows the use of the GAMSDatabase class for reading and writing GDX files |

CTransportGUI | In this example a transportation is solved |

CTransportModel | This example shows the wrapper model of a transportation problem based on the simple GAMS [trnsport] model from the GAMS Model Library |

▼Ntsp | Provides examples that demonstrate how to use a GAMSModelInstance to implement the subtour elimination algorithm for the Traveling Salesman Problem (TSP) problem |

CTsp | This example demonstrates how to use a GAMSModelInstance to implement the subtour elimination algorithm for the Traveling Salesman Problem (TSP) problem |

▼Nwarehouse | Provides example that demonstrate how to solve a simple GAMS model to assign stores to warehouses for different data sets in parallel |

CWarehouse | This example demonstrates how to solve a simple GAMS model to assign stores to warehouses for different data sets in parallel |