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Using NumPy and Xpress Description An example of printing a matrix of random numbers and a problem formulation that uses the xpress.Dot() operator to formulate constraints simply.
Note that the NumPy dot operator is not suitable here as the result is an expression in the Xpress variables. Further explanation of this example:
'Xpress Python Reference Manual'
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example_numpy1.py # Example: use numpy to print the product of a matrix by a random vector. # # Uses xpress.Dot to on a matrix and a vector. Note that the NumPy dot operator # works perfectly fine here. # # (C) Fair Isaac Corp., 1983-2021 from __future__ import print_function import numpy as np import xpress as xp x = [xp.var() for i in range(5)] p = xp.problem() p.addVariable(x) p.addConstraint(xp.Sum(x) >= 2) p.setObjective(xp.Sum(x[i]**2 for i in range(5))) # The above four lines can be replaced by # # p = xp.problem(x, xp.Sum(x) >= 2, xp.Sum(x[i]**2 for i in range(5))) p.optimize() A = np.array(range(30)).reshape(6, 5) # A is a 6x5 matrix sol = np.array(p.getSolution()) # suppose it's a vector of size 5 columns = A*sol # not a matrix-vector product! v = xp.Dot(A, sol) # this is a matrix-vector product A*sol print(v) | |||||||||||||

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