C++ Reference: class MPConstraint
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The class for constraints of a Mathematical Programming (MP) model.
A constraint is represented as a linear equation or inequality.
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basis_status | Return type: Advanced usage: returns the basis status of the constraint. It is only available for continuous problems). Note that if a constraint "linear_expression in [lb, ub]" is transformed into "linear_expression + slack = 0" with slack in [-ub, -lb], then this status is the same as the status of the slack variable with AT_UPPER_BOUND and AT_LOWER_BOUND swapped. @see MPSolver::BasisStatus. |
Clear | Return type: Clears all variables and coefficients. Does not clear the bounds. |
dual_value | Return type: Advanced usage: returns the dual value of the constraint in the current solution (only available for continuous problems). |
GetCoefficient | Return type: Arguments: Gets the coefficient of a given variable on the constraint (which is 0 if the variable does not appear in the constraint). |
index | Return type: Returns the index of the constraint in the MPSolver::constraints_. |
indicator_value | Return type: |
indicator_variable | Return type: |
is_lazy | Return type: Advanced usage: returns true if the constraint is "lazy" (see below). |
lb | Return type: Returns the lower bound. |
name | Return type: Returns the name of the constraint. |
set_is_lazy | Return type: Arguments: Advanced usage: sets the constraint "laziness". This is only supported for SCIP and has no effect on other solvers. When \b laziness is true, the constraint is only considered by the Linear Programming solver if its current solution violates the constraint. In this case, the constraint is definitively added to the problem. This may be useful in some MIP problems, and may have a dramatic impact on performance. For more info see: http://tinyurl.com/lazy-constraints. |
SetBounds | Return type: Arguments: Sets both the lower and upper bounds. |
SetCoefficient | Return type: Arguments: Sets the coefficient of the variable on the constraint. If the variable does not belong to the solver, the function just returns, or crashes in non-opt mode. |
SetLB | Return type: Arguments: Sets the lower bound. |
SetUB | Return type: Arguments: Sets the upper bound. |
terms | Return type: Returns a map from variables to their coefficients in the constraint. If a variable is not present in the map, then its coefficient is zero. |
ub | Return type: Returns the upper bound. |