[Scip] Regarding expressing a constraint in a linear program
achterberg at zib.de
Sat Sep 22 13:42:37 MEST 2007
> But one could add a constraint handler that implements SOS1 constraints
> and at least declares solutions with both variables nonzero as
> infeasible, couldn't one? The constraint handler could also suggest
> branching on the two possibilities y1 = 0 and y2 = 0.
This is true. But adding an own constraint handler would be the "more advanced" variant which I
guess is not what Gaurav wants to do... On the other hand, it would be nice if someone implements
SOS1 and SOS2 constraint handlers and contributes them to SCIP.
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