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It integrates computation, visualization, and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are expressed in familiar mathematical notation. Typical uses include. MATLAB is an interactive system whose basic data element is an array that does not require dimensioning. This allows you to solve many technical computing problems, especially those with matrix and vector formulations, in a fraction of the time it would take to write a program in a scalar noninteractive language such as C or Fortran.

In university environments, it is the standard instructional tool for introductory and advanced courses in mathematics, engineering, and science. Areas in which toolboxes are available include signal processing, control systems, neural networks, fuzzy logic, wavelets, simulation, and many others.

The complete interface is written in C so it has maximum performance. If you find that this involves too much work to solve an lp model then you can also work via higher-level M-files that can make things a lot easier. See further in this article.

To make this possible, a driver program is needed: mxlpsolve mxlpsolve. This driver calls lpsolve via the lpsolve shared library lpsolve This has the advantage that the mxlpsolve driver doesn't have to be recompiled when an update of lpsolve is provided. The shared library must be somewhere in the Windows path.

If it gives the following, then everything is ok:. This dll should be in the same directory as the. You can modify this path via File, Set Path. Specify the path where the mxlpsolve. Then MATLAB can find the mxlpsolve driver program, but the driver program cannot find the lpsolve library that contains the lpsolve implementation. This library is called lpsolve The lpsolve The return values are optional and depend on the function called. The number and type of arguments depend on the function called.

Some functions even have a variable number of arguments and a different behaviour occurs depending on the type of the argument. Most of the lpsolve API routines use or return an lprec structure. This is an incrementing number starting from 0 and the lprec structures are maintained internally by the mxlpsolve driver. However you will see not much if any difference in the use of it.

Some are exactly as described in the reference guide, others have a slightly different syntax to make maximum use of the MATLAB functionality. In the API reference, this function has two arguments. The first the lp handle and the second the resulting variables and this array must already be dimensioned. The mxlpsolve driver takes care of dimensioning all return variables and they are always returned as return value of the call to mxlpsolve.

Never as argument to the routine. Note that you can get an overview of the available functionnames and their arguments by entering the following in MATLAB:. Note that you can execute this example by entering command per command as shown below or by just entering example1. This will execute example1. You can see its contents by entering type example1. Note that there are some commands that return an answer.

To see the answer, the command was not terminated with a semicolon ;. If the semicolon is put at the end of a command, the answer is not shown.

However it is also possible to write the answer in a variable. For example:. The last command will only write the result in variable obj without showing anything on screen. This can also be put in a variable:. The mxlpsolve driver sees all provided matrices as sparse matrices. The mxlpsolve driver always uses the ex routines to provide the data to lpsolve. This results in the most performing behaviour. Note that if a dense matrix is provided, the dimension must exactly match the dimension that is expected by mxlpsolve.

Matrices with too few or too much elements gives an 'invalid vector. Sparse matrices can off course provide less elements the non provided elements are seen as zero.

However if too many elements are provided or an element with a too large index, again an 'invalid vector. Most of the time, mxlpsolve needs vectors rows or columns. In all situations, it doesn't matter if the vectors are row or column vectors. The driver accepts them both. An important final note. All numerical data is stored in matrices. Alphanumerical data, however, is more difficult to store in matrices. Matrices require that each element has the same size length and that is difficult and unpractical for alphanumerical data.

In a limited number of lpsolve routines, alphanumerical data is required or returned and in some also multiple elements. The mxlpsolve MATLAB driver however also allows specifying a vector to set the integer status of all variables at once. See following example. Above example can thus also be done as follows: Note that you can execute this example by entering command per command as shown below or by just entering example2. This will execute example2.

You can see its contents by entering type example2. This stands for 'infinity'. Meaning an infinite upper bound. It is also possible to use -Inf to express minus infinity.

This can for example be used to create a free variable. To show the full power of the matrices, let's now do some matrix calculations to check the solution. It works further on above example:. So what we have done here is calculate the values of the constraints RHS by multiplying the constraint matrix with the solution vector. Now take a look at the values of the constraints that lpsolve has found:.

So what we have done here is calculate the value of the objective by multiplying the objective vector with the solution vector. Now take a look at the value of the objective that lpsolve has found:.

Such files are called "M-files" because they must have the file type of ". M-files are usually created using your local editor. M-files can be compared with batch files or scripts. The M-file is executed like any other command, by entering its name without the. To see the contents of such a file, enter the command 'type filename'.

You can also edit these files with your favourite text editor or notepad. This function accepts as arguments some matrices and options to create and solve an lp model. This function accepts as arguments some matrices and options to create an lp model.

Note that this scripts only creates a model and returns a handle. Contains several examples to build and solve lp models. Note again that the MATLAB command 'help mxlpsolve' gives an overview of all functions that can be called via mxlpsolve with their arguments and return values.

These routines are not part of the lpsolve API, but are added for backwards compatibility. Most of them exist in the lpsolve API with another name. To make the compilation process easier, a makefile can be used: MakefileWin. Change at the beginning lpsolvepath. To make for release, just enter MakefileWin and everything is build. This compiles two source files: lpsolve. Looks a bit complex, but it works without any problem. The optional arguments to MakefileWin are used for development.

The first argument allows specifying a filename so that only this file is build. For example hash. So specifying 'lpsolve. This makes the build process a bit faster. The second argument is by default 0.

When set to 1, then extra argument checking is done and while executing, some debug information is printed. Should only be used for debugging purposes. When released, this parameter should be 0.

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It uses a different input format and solver options from the LP call and is the preferred method for solving linear programming problems. A missing value is treated as 0. For a range constraint, b is its constraint upper bound. The default value is used if an option is not specified or its value is a missing value. The default value is 1. A value of 0 prints warning and error messages only, whereas 1 prints solution information in addition to warning and error messages.

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Calling Sequence. General Options. Integer Programming Options. Continuous Programming Options. LPSolve obj , constr , bd , opts. Continuous, integer, mixed-integer and binary or zero-one LPs can be solved.

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