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-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 92013. You can find the date in the GAMS Release Notes or by running ''​gams ?''​ or checking in the IDE Help->​About.+====== GAMS Related References ====== 
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 +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 on the GAMS 27.1.0 release that we published ​on April 242019. You can find the date in the GAMS Release Notes.
  
 === GAMS References === === GAMS References ===
  
   - **GAMS as a software**   - **GAMS as a software**
-    * GAMS Development CorporationGeneral Algebraic Modeling System (GAMS) Release ​24.2.1, WashingtonDC, USA (2013)+    * GAMS Development CorporationGeneral Algebraic Modeling System (GAMS) Release ​27.1.0FairfaxVA, USA,  2019. 
 +    * Available for download at https://​www.gams.com/​download/​
   - **GAMS Documentation**   - **GAMS Documentation**
-    * GAMS Development Corporation,​ GAMS - A User's Guide, GAMS Release 24.2.1, Washington, DC, USA (2013) +    * [[https://​www.gams.com/​latest/​docs/​UG_MAIN.html|User's Guide]] 
-    * GAMS Development Corporation,​ GAMS - The Solver Manuals, GAMS Release 24.2.1, Washington, DC, USA (2013) +    * [[https://​www.gams.com/​latest/​docs/​S_MAIN.html|Solver Manuals]]
-    * Bruce AMcCarl et. al, McCarl Expanded GAMS User Guide, GAMS Release 24.2.1, ​ Washington, DC, USA (2013)+
  
 === Some scientific papers about GAMS === === Some scientific papers about GAMS ===
-  ​* Johannes Bisschop and Alexander MeerausOn the Development of a General Algebraic Modeling System in a Strategic Planning Environment,​ Mathematical Programming ​Study ,​1982, ​pp1-29+ 
-  * Michael R. Bussieck and Alexander Meeraus, Algebraic Modeling for IP and MIP (GAMS), in Annals of Operations Research 149(1)History of Integer Programming:​ Distinguished Personal Notes and Reminiscences,​ Guest Editors: Kurt Spielberg and Monique Guignard-Spielberg, ​February, 2007, pp49-56  +Please email suggestions for additions to this list to <​support@gams.com>​. 
-  * Michael ​RBussieck ​and Alexander Meeraus, ​General Algebraic Modeling System ​(GAMS), in Modeling Languages in Mathematical OptimizationJ. Kallrath (Ed.)Kluwer Academic PublishersNorwellMA2004pp.137-157 ​  + 
 +  ​* Johannes Bisschop and Alexander MeerausOn the Development of a General Algebraic Modeling System in a Strategic Planning Environment. In Applicationsvolume 20 of Mathematical Programming ​Studies, pages 1–29. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1982
 +  * Michael R. BussieckMichael CFerris, 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 Computing21(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 PublishersFebruary ​2007
 +  * Michael C. Ferris. MATLAB and GAMS: Interfacing Optimization and Visualization Software. Mathematical programming technical report, Computer Sciences Department, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin1999
 +  * Michael ​CFerris, Steven P. Dirkse, Jan-H. Jagla, ​and Alexander Meeraus. An Extended Mathematical Programming Framework. Computers and Chemical Engineering33(12):​1973–19822009. 
 +  * 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, TN. Srinivasanand John WhalleyeditorsFrontiers in Applied General Equilibrium Modelingpages 67–93. Cambridge University Press2005. 
 +  *  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. 
 + 
 +=== BibTeX files for LaTeX === 
 +  * {{ gamsbibtex.zip |Download source}}  
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 +  ​
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