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Installing LINGO
Modeling from the Command-Line
Examining the Solution
Using the Modeling Language
Maximum Problem Dimensions
How to Contact LINDO Systems
2 Using Sets
Why Use Sets?
What Are Sets?
The Sets Section of a Model
The DATA Section
Set Looping Functions
Set Based Modeling Examples
Summary
3 Using Variable Domain Functions
Integer Variables
Free Variables
Bounded Variables
SOS Variables
Cardinality
Semicontinuous Variables
4 Data, Init and Calc Sections
The DATA Section of a Model
The INIT Section of a Model
The CALC Section of a Model
5 Windows Commands
Accessing Windows Commands
Windows Commands In Brief
Windows Commands In Depth
The Commands In Brief
The Commands In Depth
7 LINGO’s Operators and Functions
Standard Operators
Mathematical Functions
Financial Functions
Probability Functions
Variable Domain Functions
Set Handling Functions
Interface Functions
Report Functions
Miscellaneous Functions
8 Interfacing with External Files
Cut and Paste Transfers
Text File Interface Functions
LINGO Command Scripts
Specifying Files in the Command-line
Redirecting Input and Output
Managing LINGO Files
Embedding LINGO Models in Excel
Embedding Excel Sheets in LINGO
10 Interfacing with Databases
ODBC Data Sources
Importing Data from Databases with @ODBC
Importing Data with ODBC in a PERT Model
Exporting Data with @ODBC
Exporting Data with ODBC in a PERT Model
11 Interfacing with Other Applications
User Defined Functions
Production Management Models
Logistics Models
Financial Models
Queuing Models
Marketing Models
13 Programming LINGO
Programming Features
Programming Example: Binary Search
Programming Example: Markowitz Efficient Frontier
Programming Example: Cutting Stock
Programming Example: Accessing Excel
Setting up SP Models
Language Features for SP Models
Declaring Distributions
Stock Option Example
Investing Under Uncertainty Example
15 On Mathematical Modeling
Solvers Used Internally by LINGO
Type of Constraints
Local Optima vs. Global Optima
Smooth vs. Nonsmooth Functions
Guidelines for Nonlinear Modeling
Appendix A: Additional Examples of LINGO Modeling
Appendix B: Error Messages
Appendix C: Bibliography and Suggested Reading
Index
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LINGO12 users Manual

# LINGO12 users Manual

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