- Procedure GMP::Tuning::TuneSingleGMP(GMP, FixedOptions, ApplyTunedSettings, OptionFileName)
GMP::Tuning::TuneSingleGMP
The procedure GMP::Tuning::TuneSingleGMP
tunes the solver options
for a generated mathematical program.
GMP::Tuning::TuneSingleGMP(
GMP, ! (input) generated mathematical program
FixedOptions, ! (input) set expression
[ApplyTunedSettings], ! (optional) scalar numerical expression
[OptionFileName] ! (optional) scalar string expression
)
Arguments
- GMP
An element in
AllGeneratedMathematicalPrograms
.- FixedOptions
A subset of the predefined set
AllOptions
, containing the set of all solver options that should not be tuned by the solver. For fixed options the current AIMMS project settings are used.- ApplyTunedSettings
A 0-1 value indicating whether the tuned option settings should be used inside the project immediately. The default is 0.
- OptionFileName
The name of the options file to which the tuned options will be written. If this argument is not specified then no options file will be created.
Return Value
The procedure returns 1 on success, or 0 otherwise.
Note
All solver options not in the set FixedOptions will be subject to tuning even if such an option is set to a non-default value inside the AIMMS project.
This procedure does not return a solution for the GMP and therefore the model identifiers are not changed.
The tuned options will be written to the listing file.
The options file (if any) can be imported into the AIMMS project using the options dialog box.
This procedure is only supported by CPLEX and Gurobi.
Example
Assume that ‘MP’ is a mathematical program and ‘gmpMP’ an element parameter with range ‘AllGeneratedMathematicalPrograms’. Furthermore, we have a set ‘FixedOptions’ defined as:
Set FixedOptions { SubsetOf : AllOptions; Definition : data { 'CPLEX 12.10::mip_search_strategy' }; }To tune ‘MP’ we have to run:
gmpMP := GMP::Instance::Generate( MP ); GMP::Tuning::TuneSingleGMP( gmpMP, FixedOptions );Here the opion ‘mip search strategy’ is fixed and will not be tuned (assuming we are using solver CPLEX 12.10).
See also
The routines GMP::Instance::Generate
, GMP::Tuning::SolveSingleMPS
and GMP::Tuning::TuneMultipleMPS
.