A collection of operations that can be used to specify linear programming in a
simple, monadic way. It is not too difficult to construct `LP`

values explicitly,
but this module may help simplify and modularize the construction of the linear program,
for example separating different families of constraints in the problem specification.

Many of these functions should be executed in either the

or the `LPM`

v c

monad.
`LPT`

v c `IO`

- type LPM v c = LPT v c Identity
- type LPT v c = StateT (LP v c)
- runLPM :: (Ord v, Group c) => LPM v c a -> (a, LP v c)
- runLPT :: (Ord v, Group c) => LPT v c m a -> m (a, LP v c)
- execLPM :: (Ord v, Group c) => LPM v c a -> LP v c
- execLPT :: (Ord v, Group c, Monad m) => LPT v c m a -> m (LP v c)
- evalLPM :: (Ord v, Group c) => LPM v c a -> a
- evalLPT :: (Ord v, Group c, Monad m) => LPT v c m a -> m a
- setDirection :: MonadState (LP v c) m => Direction -> m ()
- setObjective :: MonadState (LP v c) m => LinFunc v c -> m ()
- addObjective :: (Ord v, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => LinFunc v c -> m ()
- addWeightedObjective :: (Ord v, Module r c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => r -> LinFunc v c -> m ()
- leq :: (Ord v, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => LinFunc v c -> LinFunc v c -> m ()
- equal :: (Ord v, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => LinFunc v c -> LinFunc v c -> m ()
- geq :: (Ord v, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => LinFunc v c -> LinFunc v c -> m ()
- leq' :: (Ord v, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => String -> LinFunc v c -> LinFunc v c -> m ()
- equal' :: (Ord v, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => String -> LinFunc v c -> LinFunc v c -> m ()
- geq' :: (Ord v, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => String -> LinFunc v c -> LinFunc v c -> m ()
- leqTo :: MonadState (LP v c) m => LinFunc v c -> c -> m ()
- equalTo :: MonadState (LP v c) m => LinFunc v c -> c -> m ()
- geqTo :: MonadState (LP v c) m => LinFunc v c -> c -> m ()
- constrain :: MonadState (LP v c) m => LinFunc v c -> Bounds c -> m ()
- leqTo' :: MonadState (LP v c) m => String -> LinFunc v c -> c -> m ()
- equalTo' :: MonadState (LP v c) m => String -> LinFunc v c -> c -> m ()
- geqTo' :: MonadState (LP v c) m => String -> LinFunc v c -> c -> m ()
- constrain' :: MonadState (LP v c) m => String -> LinFunc v c -> Bounds c -> m ()
- varLeq :: (Ord v, Ord c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => v -> c -> m ()
- varEq :: (Ord v, Ord c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => v -> c -> m ()
- varGeq :: (Ord v, Ord c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => v -> c -> m ()
- varBds :: (Ord v, Ord c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => v -> c -> c -> m ()
- setVarBounds :: (Ord v, Ord c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => v -> Bounds c -> m ()
- setVarKind :: (Ord v, MonadState (LP v c) m) => v -> VarKind -> m ()
- newVariables :: (MonadState (LP v c) m, Ord v, Enum v) => Int -> m [v]
- quickSolveMIP :: (Ord v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => m (ReturnCode, Maybe (Double, Map v Double))
- quickSolveLP :: (Ord v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => m (ReturnCode, Maybe (Double, Map v Double))
- glpSolve :: (Ord v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => GLPOpts -> m (ReturnCode, Maybe (Double, Map v Double))
- quickSolveMIP' :: (Ord v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => m (ReturnCode, Maybe (Double, Map v Double, [RowValue v c]))
- quickSolveLP' :: (Ord v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => m (ReturnCode, Maybe (Double, Map v Double, [RowValue v c]))
- glpSolve' :: (Ord v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => GLPOpts -> m (ReturnCode, Maybe (Double, Map v Double, [RowValue v c]))
- writeLPToFile :: (Ord v, Show v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => FilePath -> m ()
- readLPFromFile :: (Ord v, Read v, Ord c, Fractional c, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => FilePath -> m ()
- readLPFromFile' :: (MonadState (LP String Double) m, MonadIO m) => FilePath -> m ()

# Monad definitions

type LPM v c = LPT v c IdentitySource

A simple monad for constructing linear programs. This library is intended to be able to link to a variety of different linear programming implementations.

type LPT v c = StateT (LP v c)Source

A simple monad transformer for constructing linear programs in an arbitrary monad.

execLPT :: (Ord v, Group c, Monad m) => LPT v c m a -> m (LP v c)Source

Constructs a linear programming problem in the specified monad.

evalLPM :: (Ord v, Group c) => LPM v c a -> aSource

Runs the specified operation in the linear programming monad.

evalLPT :: (Ord v, Group c, Monad m) => LPT v c m a -> m aSource

Runs the specified operation in the linear programming monad transformer.

# Constructing the LP

## Objective configuration

setDirection :: MonadState (LP v c) m => Direction -> m ()Source

Sets the optimization direction of the linear program: maximization or minimization.

setObjective :: MonadState (LP v c) m => LinFunc v c -> m ()Source

Sets the objective function, overwriting the previous objective function.

addObjective :: (Ord v, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => LinFunc v c -> m ()Source

Adds this function to the objective function.

addWeightedObjective :: (Ord v, Module r c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => r -> LinFunc v c -> m ()Source

Adds this function to the objective function, with the specified weight. Equivalent to

.
`addObjective`

(wt `*^`

obj)

## Two-function constraints

leq :: (Ord v, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => LinFunc v c -> LinFunc v c -> m ()Source

Specifies the relationship between two functions in the variables.

leq' :: (Ord v, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => String -> LinFunc v c -> LinFunc v c -> m ()Source

Specifies the relationship between two functions in the variables, with a label on the constraint.

equal' :: (Ord v, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => String -> LinFunc v c -> LinFunc v c -> m ()Source

geq' :: (Ord v, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => String -> LinFunc v c -> LinFunc v c -> m ()Source

## One-function constraints

leqTo :: MonadState (LP v c) m => LinFunc v c -> c -> m ()Source

Sets a constraint on a linear function in the variables.

constrain :: MonadState (LP v c) m => LinFunc v c -> Bounds c -> m ()Source

The most general form of an unlabeled constraint.

leqTo' :: MonadState (LP v c) m => String -> LinFunc v c -> c -> m ()Source

Sets a labeled constraint on a linear function in the variables.

constrain' :: MonadState (LP v c) m => String -> LinFunc v c -> Bounds c -> m ()Source

The most general form of a labeled constraint.

## Variable constraints

varLeq :: (Ord v, Ord c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => v -> c -> m ()Source

Sets a constraint on the value of a variable. If you constrain a variable more than once, the constraints will be combined. If the constraints are mutually contradictory, an error will be generated. This is more efficient than adding an equivalent function constraint.

varBds :: (Ord v, Ord c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => v -> c -> c -> m ()Source

Bounds the value of a variable on both sides. If you constrain a variable more than once, the constraints will be combined. If the constraints are mutually contradictory, an error will be generated. This is more efficient than adding an equivalent function constraint.

setVarBounds :: (Ord v, Ord c, MonadState (LP v c) m) => v -> Bounds c -> m ()Source

The most general way to set constraints on a variable. If you constrain a variable more than once, the constraints will be combined. If you combine mutually contradictory constraints, an error will be generated. This is more efficient than creating an equivalent function constraint.

setVarKind :: (Ord v, MonadState (LP v c) m) => v -> VarKind -> m ()Source

Sets the kind ('type') of a variable. See `VarKind`

.

newVariables :: (MonadState (LP v c) m, Ord v, Enum v) => Int -> m [v]Source

# Solvers

quickSolveMIP :: (Ord v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => m (ReturnCode, Maybe (Double, Map v Double))Source

Solves the linear program with the default settings in GLPK. Returns the return code, and if the solver was successful, the objective function value and the settings of each variable.

quickSolveLP :: (Ord v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => m (ReturnCode, Maybe (Double, Map v Double))Source

glpSolve :: (Ord v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => GLPOpts -> m (ReturnCode, Maybe (Double, Map v Double))Source

Solves the linear program with the specified options in GLPK. Returns the return code, and if the solver was successful, the objective function value and the settings of each variable.

quickSolveMIP' :: (Ord v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => m (ReturnCode, Maybe (Double, Map v Double, [RowValue v c]))Source

Solves the linear program with the default settings in GLPK. Returns the return code, and if the solver was successful, the objective function value, the settings of each variable, and the value of each constraint/row.

quickSolveLP' :: (Ord v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => m (ReturnCode, Maybe (Double, Map v Double, [RowValue v c]))Source

glpSolve' :: (Ord v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => GLPOpts -> m (ReturnCode, Maybe (Double, Map v Double, [RowValue v c]))Source

Solves the linear program with the specified options in GLPK. Returns the return code, and if the solver was successful, the objective function value, the settings of each variable, and the value of each constraint/row.

# File I/O

writeLPToFile :: (Ord v, Show v, Real c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => FilePath -> m ()Source

Writes the current linear program to the specified file in CPLEX LP format. (This is a binding to GLPK, not a Haskell implementation of CPLEX.)

readLPFromFile :: (Ord v, Read v, Ord c, Fractional c, Group c, MonadState (LP v c) m, MonadIO m) => FilePath -> m ()Source

Reads a linear program from the specified file in CPLEX LP format, overwriting
the current linear program. Uses `read`

and `realToFrac`

to translate to the specified type.
Warning: this may not work on all files written using `writeLPToFile`

, since variable names
may be changed.
(This is a binding to GLPK, not a Haskell implementation of CPLEX.)

readLPFromFile' :: (MonadState (LP String Double) m, MonadIO m) => FilePath -> m ()Source

Reads a linear program from the specified file in CPLEX LP format, overwriting the current linear program. (This is a binding to GLPK, not a Haskell implementation of CPLEX.)