gams:get_the_attribute_of_an_equation_that_returns_the_feasibitity_status_of_an_equation

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of an equation?// | of an equation?// | ||

- | //What I want to do is to relax some bounds, if am equation was infeasible. I tried with equation.m, but marginals may exist, even if the equation is not highlighted with "infes".// | + | [[https://www.gams.com/latest/docs/UG_Equations.html#UG_Equations_Attributes|Equation attribute]] .infeas provides the amount by which an equation is infeasible falling below its lower bound or above its upper bound. This is defined as ''max(0, lower bound - level, level - upper bound)''. |

- | With recent versions of GAMS, we compute the constraint record ''EQU.infeas'' from ''EQU.''l and ''EQU.lo/up''. This feature is used in the model ''feasopt1'' in the [[http://www.gams.com/modlib/libhtml/feasopt1.htm|GAMS model library]]. | + | Usage of this model attribute is for example illustrated in the model ''feasopt1'' in the [[http://www.gams.com/modlib/libhtml/feasopt1.htm|GAMS model library]]. |

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