COIN-OR and Open-Source Events
IFORS 2005 Triennial Meeting
Presentations, workshops, and user-group meetings on open-source software at the IFORS 2005 Triennial Meeting. To facilitate session hopping, all talks in a session are listed. The non-open-source talks are listed in grey.
The COIN-OR User Group Meeting will be held at Mid-Pacific Conference Center -- Sea Pearl II on Tuesday, July 12 from 5:15 - 6:15 pm.
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Session: Tuesday July 12, 03:30 - 5:00Title: Recent Developments in COIN-OR
Chair: Jeff Linderoth, Lehigh University, email@example.com
- Title: CoinMP: Simple C-API Windows DLL implementation of CLP, CBC, and CGL
Lead: Bjarni Kristjansson , Maximal Software, Inc firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract: The COIN Open Source Initiative has become very popular in the recent years. To make life easier for users that simply want to solve models and not compile C++ applications, we have developed standard C-API Windows DLL CoinMP.DLL that implements most of the functionality of CLP, CBC, and CGL.
- Title: How to Publish Your Code on COIN-OR
Lead: Robin Lougee-Heimer, IBM Research, email@example.com
Abstract: We review the processes and decisions involved in contributing to a COIN-OR project or "publishing" your own open-source code, data, and models in the COIN-OR repository. Common misconceptions regarding licenses, code ownership, and open-source will be discussed and your questions discussed.
- Title: Experiences with NLPAPI
Lead: Jeff Linderoth , Lehigh University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract: NLPAPI is provides a way to create Nonlinear Programs, solve them, and access their solution information. In this talk, we will give some examples of using NLPAPI in the context of building solvers for nonconvex quadratc programming and mixed integer nonlinear programming.
COIN-OR Users Group Meeting:Coordinator: Robin Lougee-Heimer, IBM Research, email@example.com
Time: Tuesday, July 12 5:15 - 6:15 pm
Location: Mid-Pacific Conference Center -- Sea Pearl II (i.e. the same room as session TD14)
Agenda: Report on progress and Open Q & A time. If you would like to talk or propose a discussion item, send a post to the coin-discuss mailing list available at http://www.coin-or.org.
Tutorial: Thursday, July 12, 09:00 - 10:30Title: Using Cyberinfrastructure for Computational Operations Research
Chair: Robin Lougee-Heimer, IBM Research, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Title: Using Cyberinfrastructure for Computational Operations Research
Lead: Jeff Linderoth, Lehigh University, email@example.com
Abstract: Cyberinfrastructure describes the melding of tools and capabilities ---hardware, middleware, software applications, algorithms, and networking--- that are now transforming research and education. In this talk, I will give a survey of cyberinfrastructure tools available for operations research professionals, with an emphasis on optimization tools. The talk will conclude with two case studies demonstrating the successful application of cyberinfrastructure in solving large-scale instances of optimization problems.