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User type definition

Definition of a user type within a model to simplify the declaration of identical data structures

Further explanation of this example: 'Mosel User Guide', Section 8.7 User types

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   Mosel User Guide Example Problems

   file blend5.mos
   User type definition.
   (c) 2008 Fair Isaac Corporation
       author: S. Heipcke, 2006

model "Blend" 
 uses "mmxprs" 

  REV = 125                      ! Unit revenue of product
  MINGRADE = 4                   ! Minimum permitted grade of product
  MAXGRADE = 5                   ! Maximum permitted grade of product
  ORES = 1..2                    ! Range of ores

  myarray = array(ORES) of real

  COST: myarray                  ! Unit cost of ores
  AVAIL: myarray                 ! Availability of ores
  GRADE: myarray                 ! Grade of ores (measured per unit of mass)

  use: array(ORES) of mpvar      ! Quantities of ores used

! Read data from file blend.dat
 initializations from 'blend.dat'

! Objective: maximize total profit
 Profit:= sum(o in ORES) (REV-COST(o))* use(o)

! Lower and upper bounds on ore quality
 sum(o in ORES) (GRADE(o)-MINGRADE)*use(o) >= 0
 sum(o in ORES) (MAXGRADE-GRADE(o))*use(o) >= 0

! Set upper bounds on variables
 forall(o in ORES) use(o) <= AVAIL(o)

 maximize(Profit)                 ! Solve the LP-problem

 ! Print out the solution
 writeln("Solution:\n Objective: ", getobjval)
 forall(o in ORES)  writeln(" use(" + o + "): ", getsol(use(o)))


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