Hi Gams family,
I am currently using GAMS to code a mathematical model. I have a problem on how GAMS interpret my constraints.
In the attached file there is an equation with the name of cg_2_1(i,j,p). After running the code, I wanted to be sure whether GAMS created the correct equations or not and I traced the .lst file. except this one, all equations were correct. This equation included '+'s (plus) instead of ''s (minus).
I did not find where I am making mistake.
Please help me. This is about my master thesis. Thank you in advance.
Samet
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SDTSP_tdkrx5a_input_3xct_1.gms (2.39 KB)
What does “(0)” mean in an entry in a .lst file? An example is given below.
cg_2_0(node1,node2,position1)… d(node1,node2,position1)

(0)*x(node1,position1) + (0)*x(node2,position1) + (0)*x(node3,position1)

(0)*w(node1,node2,position1) =G= 0 ; (LHS = 0)
2013/11/9 Samet TonyalÄ±
Hi Gams family,
I am currently using GAMS to code a mathematical model. I have a problem on how GAMS interpret my constraints.
In the attached file there is an equation with the name of cg_2_1(i,j,p). After running the code, I wanted to be sure whether GAMS created the correct equations or not and I traced the .lst file. except this one, all equations were correct. This equation included '+'s (plus) instead of ''s (minus).
I did not find where I am making mistake.
Please help me. This is about my master thesis. Thank you in advance.
Samet
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Hi Samet
The zero is just the value of the multiplication factor of the parameters in your equation, e.g. in this case w(i,j,p)*val(k)*g(t,k)*ct(l,t). It looks like the multiplication factor is zeroâ€¦
Gams writes the linearization of your equations in the equations listing and presumably treats the zero as +Zero and not â€“zero. If the value of the multiplication coefficient is negative, you will see the proper signs.
Cheers
Renger
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Subject: Re: sign problem in defined constraint
What does “(0)” mean in an entry in a .lst file? An example is given below.
cg_2_0(node1,node2,position1)… d(node1,node2,position1)
\
 (0)*x(node1,position1) + (0)*x(node2,position1) + (0)*x(node3,position1)
\
 (0)*w(node1,node2,position1) =G= 0 ; (LHS = 0)
2013/11/9 Samet TonyalÄ±
Hi Gams family,
I am currently using GAMS to code a mathematical model. I have a problem on how GAMS interpret my constraints.
In the attached file there is an equation with the name of cg_2_1(i,j,p). After running the code, I wanted to be sure whether GAMS created the correct equations or not and I traced the .lst file. except this one, all equations were correct. This equation included '+'s (plus) instead of ''s (minus).
I did not find where I am making mistake.
Please help me. This is about my master thesis. Thank you in advance.
Samet
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