C# Linear Programming
In NMath two classes are used to describe a linear programming (LP) problem. The first class LinearProgrammingProblem encapsulates a standard LP problem and the second, MixedIntegerLinearProgrammingProblem, encapsulates a LP problem which may contain integer or binary constraints.
Note that with the release of NMath 7, all analysis types were unified into the CenterSpace.NMath.Core namespace and the CenterSpace.NMath.Analysis namespace was deprecated.
Class PrimalSimplexSolver solves linear programming problems using the primal simplex method. DualSimplexSolver uses the dual simplex method. The simplex method solves LP problems by constructing an initial solution at a vertex of a simplex, then walking along edges of the simplex to vertices with successively higher values of the objective function until the optimum is reached.
Linear Programming Documentation
For more documentation on the NMath linear programming API, see:
- This chapter on linear programming in the NMath User’s Guide provide general background information.
- The API documentation for class PrimalSimplexSolver and DualSimplexSolver in the NMath Reference Guide.
Linear Programming Code Examples
All NMath libraries include extensive code examples in both C# and Visual Basic. Studying these examples is one of the best ways to learn how to use NMath libraries. For more information on linear programming, see:
- LinearProgrammingExample [C#] [VB]
Example showing how to solve a linear programming problem.
- PrimalDualSimplexExample [C#] [VB]
Example showing how to solve the Klee Minty cube linear programming problem using both primal and dual simplex methods.
- MixedIntLinearProgrammingExample [C#] [VB]
Example showing how to solve a linear programming problem where one of the variables is constrained to have an integer value.
- BinaryLinearProgrammingExample [C#] [VB]
Example showing how to solve a LP problem where all the variables are binary.
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