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Computes the range over which an objective function coefficient can vary in a linear program without changing the optimal solution.  «Prog» must be an LP resulting from a previous call to [[DefineOptimization]].
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Computes the range over which an objective function coefficient can vary in a linear program without changing the optimal solution.  «opt» must be an LP resulting from a previous call to [[DefineOptimization]].
  
 
This is apparently only available in a continuous linear program.  It cannot be used on an integer or mixed-integer LP.
 
This is apparently only available in a continuous linear program.  It cannot be used on an integer or mixed-integer LP.

Revision as of 23:46, 10 February 2011


OptObjectiveSa(opt,decision)

Computes the range over which an objective function coefficient can vary in a linear program without changing the optimal solution. «opt» must be an LP resulting from a previous call to DefineOptimization.

This is apparently only available in a continuous linear program. It cannot be used on an integer or mixed-integer LP.

The optional «decision» parameter specifies a decision variable passed to the «decisions» parameter of DefineOptimization. When specified, returns the sensitivity for the cells in that decision, using the same indexes as the decision variable.

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