08 Jun

Announcing CMPL

Mike Steglich and Thomas Schleiff announced CMPL. CMPL is a mathematical programming language and a system for modelling, solving and analyzing linear programming (LP) problems and mixed integer programming (MIP) problems. The CMPL syntax is similar in formulation to the original mathematical model but also includes syntactic elements from modern programming languages. CMPL uses the COIN-OR OSSolverService to solve LP and MIP problems. For more information, please visit the CMPL project page.

07 Apr

IPOPT Wins the Wilkinson Prize for Numerical Software

The 2011 Wilkinson Prize for Numerical Software will be awarded to Andreas Waechter (IBM T. J.  Watson Research Center) and Carl Laird (Texas A&M University) for IPOPT, a software library for solving nonlinear, nonconvex, large-scale continuous optimization problems. The presentation of the award will take place at the International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM 2011) in Vancouver, BC, Canada.