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AMPL stands for "A Modeling Language for Mathematical Programming" - dude, acronyms are by no way my strong point, but isn't "A Mathematical Programming Language" more likely? - Cam. It is used to describe mathematical programmes.
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AMPL stands for "A Mathematical Programming Language". It is used to describe mathematical programmes.
  AMPL is a commerical software package from Bell Laboratories and is also distributed by ILOG along with the mixed-integer linear programme solver CPLEX.
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  AMPL: A Modeling Language for Mathematical Programming
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However, you don't need to pay for AMPL right away! There is a limited functionality student version which also provides CPLEX (the mixed-integer linear programme solver from ILOG) and MINOS (the nonlinear programme solver from the Systems Optimization Laboratory at Stanford University). This Student Version will have enough functionality for the - lose "the", should we be saying "all"? - cam many of the problems you will encounter in the case studies on the OpsRes Web.
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However, you don't need to pay for AMPL right away! There is a limited functionality student version which also provides CPLEX (the mixed-integer linear programme solver from ILOG) and MINOS (the nonlinear programme solver from the Systems Optimization Laboratory at Stanford University). This Student Version will have enough functionality for most of the problems you will encounter in the case studies on the OpsRes Web.
 
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You can also use AMPL over the web at the AMPL website's - lose "website's" - cam web interface or you can use AMPL as an interface to many diferent optimisation solvers at the NEOS Server for Optimization.
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You can also use AMPL over the web at the AMPL web interface or you can use AMPL as an interface to many diferent optimisation solvers at the NEOS Server for Optimization.
 

Further AMPL topics

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