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Unformatted text preview: ORIE 3300/5300  Fall 2010 Solutions for Recitation 3 Problem 14 in AMPL book (a) First, we have to know what products (types of cars) we are going to produce. We will declare this set as set P; Then, for each car type we need: • time it takes to produce the car: param time { j in P ; } • unit profit for each type: param profit { j in P } ; • orders of each type: param orders { j in P } ; Finally, we need to define the total available time: param b; The decision variables describe how many cars of each type we produce. To declare them in AMPL we write: var X { j in P } ; (b) Assuming that the objective is to maximize total profit, we should structure the problem in the following way: • objective: maximize Total Profit: sum { j in P } profit[j]*X[j]; subject to two constraints: • constraint on time  total production time is at most b . In AMPL we write: subject to Time: sum { j in P } time[j]*X[j] <= b; • orders constraint  for each car type, we have a lower bound on pro duction in order to meet dealer requirements. In AMPL we write: subject to LB { j in P } : X[j] >= orders[j];...
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course ORIE 5300 taught by Professor Todd during the Fall '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).
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