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From: Christoph Bauer <c_bauer@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] linear programming library in OCaml
"James Scott" <j.scott@runbox.com> writes:

> We were working on bindings from OCaml to COIN a few months ago, this
> gives you access to a fairly serious (and 'free') simplex optimizer as
> well as drivers for commercial codes. We were considering GPLing it but
> have dropped that ball for the moment. But let us know if you're
> interested. 
>
> Also we had something that resembles an algebraic modelling language
> that makes it very easy to put an LP together, it all needs some work
> for general use though...
>
> Alternatively you might consider interfacing the GNU Linear Programming
> Toolkit.


IBGS uses a glpk-wrapper. Work was done by Tobias Wahl.  Look in the cvs

http://sf.net/projects/chesslib

under

  ibgs/lib/glpk


Christoph


-- 
proc self {} {foreach c [split [info body self] ""] d {14 -7 0 0 4 -67 4 73 11
69 24 -83 -15 6 -4 -84 78 20 11 -78 -1 -1 79 19 -8 4} { binary scan $c c c
if {[catch {append r [format %c [expr $c+$d]]}]} {return $r};}};puts [self]

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