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GAMS Related References

This page contains some information on how to give a proper reference to the GAMS software and the GAMS documentation in a (scientific) paper. Since the software and the documentation changes with every release, it is a good idea to include the release number XX.Y.Z. A particular release has a publish date, which should be the date mentioned in the reference. The following references are based ob the GAMS 24.2.1 release that was published December 9, 2013. You can find the date in the GAMS Release Notes or by running gams ? or checking in the IDE Help→About.

GAMS References

  1. GAMS as a software
    • GAMS Development Corporation. General Algebraic Modeling System (GAMS) Release 24.2.1. Washington, DC, USA, 2013.
  2. GAMS Documentation
    • GAMS Development Corporation, Washington, DC, USA. GAMS - A User’s Guide, GAMS Release 24.2.1, 2013.
    • GAMS Development Corporation, Washington, DC, USA. GAMS - The Solver Manuals, GAMS Release 24.2.1, 2013.
    • Bruce A. McCarl et. al. McCarl Expanded GAMS User Guide, GAMS Release 24.2.1. GAMS Development Corporation, Washington, DC, USA, 2013.

Some scientific papers about GAMS

Please email suggestions for additions to this list to support@gams.com.

  • Johannes Bisschop and Alexander Meeraus. On the Development of a General Algebraic Modeling System in a Strategic Planning Environment. In Applications, volume 20 of Mathematical Programming Studies, pages 1–29. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1982.
  • Michael R. Bussieck, Michael C. Ferris, and Timo Lohmann. GUSS: Solving Collections of Data Related Models within GAMS. In Josef Kallrath, editor, Algebraic Modeling Systems: Modeling and Solving Real World Optimization Problems, volume 104 of Applied Optimization, pages 35–56. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2012.
  • Michael R. Bussieck, Michael C. Ferris, and Alexander Meeraus. Grid Enabled Optimization with GAMS. INFORMS Journal on Computing, 21(3):349–362, 2009.
  • Michael R. Bussieck and Alexander Meeraus. General Algebraic Modeling System (GAMS). In Modeling Languages in Mathematical Optimization, J. Kallrath (Ed.), volume 88 of Applied Optimization, pages 137–157. Springer US, 2004.
  • Michael R. Bussieck and Alexander Meeraus. Algebraic Modeling for IP and MIP (GAMS). In Annals of Operations Research, volume 149(1), special edition History of Integer Programming: Distinguished Personal Notes and Reminiscences, Guest Editors: Kurt Spielberg and Monique Guignard-Spielberg, pages 49–56. Kluwer Academic Publishers-Plenum Publishers, February 2007.
  • Michael C. Ferris. MATLAB and GAMS: Interfacing Optimization and Visualization Software. Mathematical programming technical report, Computer Sciences Department, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, 1999.
  • Michael C. Ferris, Steven P. Dirkse, Jan-H. Jagla, and Alexander Meeraus. An Extended Mathematical Programming Framework. Computers and Chemical Engineering, 33(12):1973–1982, 2009.
  • Michael C. Ferris, Steven P Dirkse, and Alexander Meeraus. Mathematical Programs with Equilibrium Constraints: Automatic Reformulation and Solution via Constrained Optimization. In Timothy J. Kehoe, T. N. Srinivasan, and John Whalley, editors, Frontiers in Applied General Equilibrium Modeling, pages 67–93. Cambridge University Press, 2005.
  • Michael C. Ferris and Todd S. Munson. Complementarity Problems in GAMS and the PATH Solver. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 24(2):165–188, 2000.

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