Tuesday, November 3, 2009

GLPK 4.40 released today

Andrew Makhorin, lead developer of the GNU Linear Programming Kit project, released the latest version of GLPK 4.40 today. Some of the following enhancements include...

  • New API routines. Mostly with graphs.
  • New branching and MIP heuristics
  • And of course some bug fixes
As described by Andrew, GLPK is intended for solving large-scale linear programming, mixed integer linear programming, and related problems. GLPK is written in ANSI C and is organized as a callable library.

IEOR Tools also had a feature on GLPK on how to use it in the Windows environment as IEOR Tools tutorial: Using GLPK in Windows.

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