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 You should note, that if your original model was an LP the new model is a MIP model, and the solution time could be much larger. Also note, the default upper bound on an integer variable is 100 which will translate into You should note, that if your original model was an LP the new model is a MIP model, and the solution time could be much larger. Also note, the default upper bound on an integer variable is 100 which will translate into
-an upper bound on x of 1+0.25*100 = 26. If you have larger x-values you can increase the upper bound on y, but rounding for large X-values does not make much sense.+an upper bound on x of 1+0.25*100 = 26. If you have larger x-values you can increase the upper bound on y or change the value of the command line parameter [[https://​www.gams.com/​latest/​docs/​UG_GamsCall.html#​GAMSAOintvarup|intVarUp]].
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