The LP Procedure |

The following fifteen examples illustrate some of the capabilities of PROC LP. These examples, together with the other SAS/OR examples, can be found in the SAS sample library. A description of the features of PROC LP as shown in the examples are

- Example 5.1
dense input format

- Example 5.2
sparse input format

- Example 5.3
the RANGEPRICE option to show you the range over which each objective coefficient can vary without changing the variables in the basis

- Example 5.4
more sensitivity analysis and restarting a problem

- Example 5.5
parametric programming

- Example 5.6
special ordered sets

- Example 5.7
goal programming

- Example 5.8
integer programming

- Example 5.9
an infeasible problem

- Example 5.10
restarting integer programs

- Example 5.11
controlling the search of the branch-and-bound tree

- Example 5.12
matrix generation and report writing for an assignment problem

- Example 5.13
matrix generation and report writing for a scheduling problem

- Example 5.14
a multicommodity transshipment problem

- An Oil Blending Problem
- A Sparse View of the Oil Blending Problem
- Sensitivity Analysis: Changes in Objective Coefficients
- Additional Sensitivity Analysis
- Price Parametric Programming for the Oil Blending Problem
- Special Ordered Sets and the Oil Blending Problem
- Goal-Programming a Product Mix Problem
- A Simple Integer Program
- An Infeasible Problem
- Restarting an Integer Program
- Alternative Search of the Branch-and-Bound Tree
- An Assignment Problem
- A Scheduling Problem
- A Multicommodity Transshipment Problem with Fixed Charges
- Converting to an MPS-Format SAS Data Set

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