▼Nsoplex | Everything should be within this namespace |

CArray | Safe arrays of arbitrary types.Class Array provides safe arrays of arbitrary type. Array elements are accessed just like ordinary C++ array elements by means of the index operator[](). Safety is provided by |

CClassArray | Safe arrays of class objects.Class ClassArray provides safe arrays of general C++ objects (in contrast to data objects). The elements of an instance of ClassArray can be accessed just like ordinary C++ array elements by means of the index operator[](). Safety is provided by |

►CCLUFactor | Implementation of sparse LU factorization.This class implements a sparse LU factorization with either FOREST-TOMLIN or ETA updates, using dynamic Markowitz pivoting |

CDring | |

CL | Data structures for saving the working matrix and L factor |

CPerm | Data structures for saving the row and column permutations |

CPring | Pivot Ring |

CTemp | Temporary data structures |

►CU | Data structures for saving the working matrix and U factor |

CCol | |

CRow | |

►CCLUFactorRational | Implementation of sparse LU factorization with Rational precision.This class implements a sparse LU factorization with either FOREST-TOMLIN or ETA updates, using dynamic Markowitz pivoting |

CDring | |

CL | Data structures for saving the working matrix and L factor |

CPerm | Data structures for saving the row and column permutations |

CPring | Pivot Ring |

CTemp | Temporary data structures |

►CU | Data structures for saving the working matrix and U factor |

CCol | |

CRow | |

CCompare | Compare class for row weights, used for sorting |

CDataArray | Safe arrays of data objects.Class DataArray provides safe arrays of Data Objects. For general C++ objects (in contrast to data objects) class Array is provided which manages memory in a C++ compliant way |

►CDataHashTable | Generic hash table for data objects.Class DataHashTable provides a generic hash table for Data Objects, i.e., a map that maps arguments called *HashItems* to values called *Infos*. HashItem and Info types are passed as template arguments. HashItems must provide a comparison operator==(). Furthermore, both the HashItem and Info must be data objects in the sense that the assignment operator is equivalent to a `memcpy()` of the structure and no destructor is required |

CElement | Template class for elements stored in the hash table |

CDataKey | Entry identifier class for items of a DataSet.Every item in a DataSet is assigned a DataKey by which it can be accessed (using DataSet::operator[]()). A DataKey consists of an integer member idx, which is a positive number for any valid DataKey. No idx of an element in a DataSet may exceed the sets max(). This property may be used to build arrays with additional information to the elements of a DataSet |

►CDataSet | Set of data objects.Class DataSet manages of sets of data objects of a template type DATA. For constructing a DataSet the maximum number of entries must be given. The current maximum number may be inquired with method max() |

CItem | |

CDIdxSet | Dynamic index set.Class DIdxSet provides dynamic IdxSet in the sense, that no restrictions are posed on the use of methods add(). However, method indexMem() has been moved to the private members. This is because DIdxSet adds its own memory management to class IdxSet and the user must not interfere with it |

CDSVectorBase | Dynamic sparse vectors.Class DSVectorBase implements dynamic sparse vectors, i.e. SVectorBases with an automatic memory management. This allows the user to freely add() as many nonzeros to a DSVectorBase as desired, without any precautions. For saving memory method setMax() allows to reduce memory consumption to the amount really required |

CDVectorBase | Dynamic dense vectors.Class DVectorBase is a derived class of VectorBase adding automatic memory management to such objects. This allows to implement maths operations operator+() and operator-(). Further, it is possible to reset the dimension of a DVectorBase via method reDim(). However, this may render all references to values of a reDim()ed DVectorBase invalid |

CIdElement | Elements for IdLists.IdElements are derived from the template parameter class T and can hence be used as such. The additional methods next() and prev() provide access to the links for the list. They may freely be used by the programmer as long as an IdElement is not member of a IdList. In this case, the IdList controls members next() and prev(). However, IdList should provide enough functionality for the user not to require any modification to these members |

CIdList | Generic Real linked list.Class IdList implements an intrusive Real linked list as a template class. As such, the list elements must provide the links themselfs. For conveniance, we also provide class IdElement that adds both links to an arbitrary class as template parameter |

CIdxSet | Set of indices.Class IdxSet provides a set of indices. At construction it must be given an array of int where to store the indice and its length. The array will from then on be managed by the IdxSet |

CIsElement | Elements for IsLists.Class IsElement allows to easily construct list elements for an intrusive single linked list IsList out of a template class T. It adds a next pointer to each element. An instance of IdElement<T> a can be used just like an instance of T itself, except that method next() has been added (thereby overriding any method next() defined in T) |

CIsList | Generic single linked list.Class IsList implements an intrusive single linked list of elements of a template class T. As an *intrusive* list, the objects of type T must provide methods next() for setting and inquiring a pointer to the next element in a list. The user is responsible for not modifying the next() pointer of elements currently residing in a list, which may destroy the lists integrity. For this, class IsList provides enough methods for modifying a list in a save way. See the method list for a description |

CLPColBase | LP column.Class LPColBase provides a datatype for storing the column of an LP a the form similar to
Hence, an LPColBase consists of an objective value, a column DSVector and an upper and lower bound to the corresponding variable, which may include . However, it depends on the LP code to use, what values are actually treated as |

CLPColSetBase | Set of LP columns.Class LPColSetBase implements a set of LPColBase%s. Unless for memory limitations, any number of LPColBases may be added to an LPColSetBase. Single or multiple LPColBases may be added to an LPColSetBase, where each method add() comes with two different signatures. One with and one without a parameter, used for returning the DataKeys assigned to the new LPColBases by the set. See DataKey for a more detailed description of the concept of keys. For the concept of renumbering LPColBases within an LPColSetBase after removal of some LPColBases, see DataSet |

CLPRowBase | (In)equality for LPs.Class LPRowBase provides constraints for linear programs in the form
where *a* is a DSVector. *l* is referred to as left hand side, *r* as right hand side and *a* as *row* *vector* or the constraint vector. *l* and *r* may also take values infinity. This static member is predefined, but may be overridden to meet the needs of the LP solver to be used |

CLPRowSetBase | Set of LP rows.Class LPRowSetBase implements a set of LPRowBase%s. Unless for memory limitations, any number of LPRowBases may be added to an LPRowSetBase. Single or multiple LPRowBases may be added to an LPRowSetBase, where each method add() comes with two different signatures. One with and one without a parameter, used for returning the Keys assigned to the new LPRowBases by the set. See DataKey for a more detailed description of the concept of keys. For the concept of renumbering LPRowBases within an LPRowSetBase after removal of some LPRows see DataSet |

CMPSInput | |

►CNameSet | Set of strings.Class NameSet implements a symbol or name table. It allows to store or remove names (i.e., `char*` ), but does not provide means for manipulating stored names |

CName | Handles of names in a NameSet.Class Name provides the handles (i.e., char*s) of names in a NameSet |

CNonzero | Sparse vector nonzero element |

CNoTimer | |

CParam | |

CRandom | Random numbers.Class Random provides random Real variables, i.e. a value variable that gives another value each time it is accessed. It may be used just like an ordinary Real by means of an overloaded cast operator Real()% |

►CRational | Wrapper for GMP type mpq_class.We wrap mpq_class so that we can replace it by a double type if GMP is not available |

CPrivate | Defines the "Pimpl"-class Private |

CSLinSolver | Sparse Linear Solver virtual base class.Class SLinSolver provides a class for solving sparse linear systems with a matrix and arbitrary right-hand side vectors. For doing so, the matrix must be first loaded to an SLinSolver object as an array of pointers to the *column* SVectors of this matrix |

CSLinSolverRational | Sparse Linear Solver virtual base class with Rational precision.Class SLinSolverRational provides a class for solving sparse linear systems with a matrix and arbitrary right-hand side vectors. For doing so, the matrix must be first loaded to an SLinSolverRational object as an array of pointers to the *column* SVectorsRational of this matrix |

CSLUFactor | Implementation of Sparse Linear Solver.This class implements a SLinSolver interface by using the sparse LU factorization implementet in CLUFactor |

CSLUFactorRational | Implementation of Sparse Linear Solver with Rational precision.This class implements a SLinSolverRational interface by using the sparse LU factorization implemented in CLUFactorRational |

CSolBase | Class for storing a primal-dual solution with basis information |

►CSoPlex | Preconfigured SoPlex LP-solver |

CSettings | Class of parameter settings |

CStatistics | |

CSoPlexLegacy | Preconfigured SoPlexLegacy LP-solver |

CSPxAutoPR | Auto pricer.This pricer switches between Devex and Steepest edge pricer based on the difficulty of the problem which is determined by the number of iterations |

►CSPxBasis | Simplex basis.Consider the linear program as provided from class SPxLP:
where , and . Solving this LP with the simplex algorithm requires the definition of a *basis*. Such can be defined as a set of column vectors or a set of row vectors building a nonsingular matrix. We will refer to the first case as the *columnwise* *representation* and the latter case will be called the *rowwise* *representation*. In both cases, a *basis* is a set of vectors forming a nonsigular matrix. The dimension of the vectors is refered to as the basis' *dimension*, whereas the number of vectors belonging to the LP is called the basis' *codimension* |

CDesc | Basis descriptor |

►CSPxBoundFlippingRT | Bound flipping ratio test ("long step dual") for SoPlex.Class SPxBoundFlippingRT provides an implementation of the bound flipping ratio test as a derived class of SPxRatioTester. Dual step length is increased beyond some breakpoints and corresponding primal nonbasic variables are set to their other bound to handle the resulting dual infeasibility |

CBreakpoint | |

CBreakpointCompare | |

CSPxColId | Ids for LP columns.Class SPxColId provides DataKeys for the column indices of an SPxLP |

CSPxDantzigPR | Dantzig pricer.Class SPxDantzigPR is an implementation class of an SPxPricer implementing Dantzig's default pricing strategy, i.e., maximal/minimal reduced cost or maximally violated constraint |

CSPxDefaultRT | Textbook ratio test for SoPlex.Class SPxDefaultRT provides an implementation of the textbook ratio test as a derived class of SPxRatioTester. This class is not intended for reliably solving LPs (even though it does the job for ``numerically simple'' LPs). Instead, it should serve as a demonstration of how to write ratio tester classes |

CSPxDevexPR | Devex pricer.The Devex Pricer for SoPlex implements an approximate steepest edge pricing, that does without solving an extra linear system and computing the scalar products |

CSPxEquiliSC | Equilibrium row/column scaling.This SPxScaler implementation performs equilibrium scaling of the LPs rows and columns |

CSPxException | Exception base class.This class implements a base class for our SoPlex exceptions We provide a what() function which returns the exception message |

CSPxFastRT | Fast shifting ratio test.Class SPxFastRT is an implementation class of SPxRatioTester providing fast and stable ratio test. Stability is achieved by allowing some infeasibility to ensure numerical stability such as the Harris procedure. Performance is achieved by skipping the second phase if the first phase already shows a stable enough pivot |

CSPxGeometSC | Geometric mean row/column scaling.This SPxScaler implementation performs geometric mean scaling of the LPs rows and columns |

CSPxHarrisRT | Harris pricing with shifting.Class SPxHarrisRT is a stable implementation of a SPxRatioTester class along the lines of Harris' two phase algorithm. Additionally it uses shifting of bounds in order to avoid cycling |

CSPxHybridPR | Hybrid pricer.The hybrid pricer for SoPlex tries to guess the best pricing strategy to use for pricing the loaded LP with the loaded algorithm type and basis representation. Currently it does so by switching between SPxSteepPR, SPxDevexPR and SPxParMultPR |

CSPxId | Generic Ids for LP rows or columns.Both SPxColIds and SPxRowIds may be treated uniformly as SPxIds: |

CSPxInterfaceException | Exception class for incorrect usage of interface methods |

CSPxInternalCodeException | Exception class for things that should NEVER happen.This class is derived from the SoPlex exception base class. It does not provide any new functionality. Most often it is used to replace assert(false) terms in earlier code |

CSPxLPBase | Saving LPs in a form suitable for SoPlex.Class SPxLPBase provides the data structures required for saving a linear program in the form
suitable for solving with SoPlex. This includes: |

►CSPxMainSM | LP simplifier for removing uneccessary row/columns.This SPxSimplifier is mainly based on the paper "Presolving in
linear programming" by E. Andersen and K. Andersen (Mathematical Programming, 1995). It implements all proposed methods and some other preprocessing techniques for removing redundant rows and columns and bounds. Also infeasibility and unboundedness may be detected |

CDoubletonEquationPS | Postsolves doubleton equations combined with a column singleton |

CDuplicateColsPS | Postsolves duplicate columns |

CDuplicateRowsPS | Postsolves duplicate rows |

CElementCompare | Comparator for class SVector::Element: compare nonzeros according to value |

CEmptyConstraintPS | Postsolves empty constraints |

CFixBoundsPS | Postsolves variable bound fixing |

CFixVariablePS | Postsolves variable fixing |

CForceConstraintPS | Postsolves forcing constraints |

CFreeColSingletonPS | Postsolves free column singletons |

CFreeConstraintPS | Postsolves unconstraint constraints |

CFreeZeroObjVariablePS | Postsolves the case when constraints are removed due to a variable with zero objective that is free in one direction |

CIdxCompare | Comparator for class SVector::Element: compare nonzeros according to index |

CPostStep | Base class for postsolving operations.Class PostStep is an abstract base class providing the interface for operations in the postsolving process |

CRowObjPS | Postsolves row objectives |

CRowSingletonPS | Postsolves row singletons |

CZeroObjColSingletonPS | Postsolves column singletons with zero objective |

CSPxMemoryException | Exception class for out of memory exceptions.This class is derived from the SoPlex exception base class. It does not provide any new functionality |

►CSPxOut | Wrapper for several output streams. A verbosity level is used to decide which stream to use and whether to really print a given message. Regardless of whether the verbosity level is set via a manipulator or via the member function, it is persistent until a new value is set |

Cstruct_Verbosity | Helper struct for the output operator |

►CSPxParMultPR | Partial multiple pricing.Class SPxParMultPr is an implementation class for SPxPricer implementing Dantzig's default pricing strategy with partial multiple pricing. Partial multiple pricing applies to the entering Simplex only. A set of partialSize eligible pivot indices is selected (partial pricing). In the following Simplex iterations pricing is restricted to these indices (multiple pricing) until no more eliiable pivots are available. Partial multiple pricing significantly reduces the computation time for computing the matrix-vector-product in the Simplex algorithm |

CSPxParMultPr_Tmp | Helper structure |

►CSPxPricer | Abstract pricer base class.Class SPxPricer is a pure virtual class defining the interface for pricer classes to be used by SoPlex. The pricer's task is to select a vector to enter or leave the simplex basis, depending on the chosen simplex type |

CIdxCompare | Compare class to sort idx/val pairs, used for hypersparse pricing leaving |

CIdxElement | |

CSPxRatioTester | Abstract ratio test base class.Class SPxRatioTester is the virtual base class for computing the ratio test within the Simplex algorithm driven by SoPlex. After a SoPlex solver has been load()ed to an SPxRatioTester, the solver calls selectLeave() for computing the ratio test for the entering simplex and selectEnter() for computing the ratio test in leaving simplex |

CSPxRowId | Ids for LP rows.Class SPxRowId provides DataKeys for the row indices of an SPxLP |

CSPxScaler | LP scaler abstract base class.Instances of classes derived from SPxScaler may be loaded to SoPlex in order to scale LPs before solving them. SoPlex will load() itself to the SPxScaler and then call scale(). Generally any SPxLP can be loaded to a SPxScaler for scale()ing it. The scaling can be undone by calling unscale() |

CSPxSimplifier | LP simplification abstract base class.Instances of classes derived from SPxSimplifier may be loaded to SoPlex in order to simplify LPs before solving them. SoPlex will call simplify() on itself. Generally any SPxLP can be given to a SPxSimplifier for simplify()ing it. The simplification cannot be undone, but given an primal/dual solution for the simplified SPxLP, the simplifier can reconstruct the primal/dual solution of the unsimplified LP |

CSPxSolver | Sequential object-oriented SimPlex.SPxSolver is an LP solver class using the revised Simplex algorithm. It provids two basis representations, namely a column basis and a row basis (see Representation). For both representations, a primal and dual algorithm is available (see Type) |

CSPxStarter | SoPlex start basis generation base class.SPxStarter is the virtual base class for classes generating a starter basis for the Simplex solver SoPlex. When a SPxStarter object has been loaded to a SoPlex solver, the latter will call method generate() in order to have a start basis generated. Implementations of method generate() must terminate by loading the generated basis to SoPlex. Loaded bases must be nonsingular |

CSPxStatusException | Exception class for status exceptions during the computationsThis class is derived from the SoPlex exception base class. It does not provide any new functionality |

CSPxSteepExPR | Steepest edge pricer.Class SPxSteepExPR implements a steepest edge pricer to be used with SoPlex. Exact initialization of weights is used |

CSPxSteepPR | Steepest edge pricer.Class SPxSteepPR implements a steepest edge pricer to be used with SoPlex |

CSPxSumST | Simple heuristic SPxStarter.Testing version of an SPxVectorST using a very simplistic heuristic to build up an approximated solution vector |

CSPxVectorST | Solution vector based start basis.This version of SPxWeightST can be used to construct a starting basis for an LP to be solved with SoPlex if an approximate solution vector or dual vector (possibly optained by a heuristic) is available. This is done by setting up weights for the SPxWeightST it is derived from |

CSPxWeightPR | Weighted pricing.Class SPxWeightPR is an implemantation class of SPxPricer that uses weights for columns and rows for selecting the Simplex pivots. The weights are computed by methods computeCP() and computeRP() which may be overridden by derived classes |

CSPxWeightST | Weighted start basis.Class SPxWeightST is an implementation of a SPxStarter for generating a Simplex starting basis. Using method setupWeights() it sets up arrays weight and coWeight, or equivalently rowWeight and colWeight. (rowWeight and colWeight are just pointers initialized to weight and coWeight according to the representation of SoPlex `base` passed to method generate().) |

CSSVectorBase | Semi sparse vector.This class implements semi-sparse vectors. Such are DVectorBases where the indices of its nonzero elements can be stored in an extra IdxSet. Only elements with absolute value > epsilon are considered to be nonzero. Since really storing the nonzeros is not always convenient, an SSVectorBase provides two different stati: setup and not setup. An SSVectorBase being setup means that the nonzero indices are available, otherwise an SSVectorBase is just an ordinary DVectorBase with an empty IdxSet. Note that due to arithmetic operation, zeros can slip in, i.e., it is only guaranteed that at least every non-zero is in the IdxSet |

CSVectorBase | Sparse vectors.Class SVectorBase provides packed sparse vectors. Such are a sparse vectors, with a storage scheme that keeps all data in one contiguous block of memory. This is best suited for using them for parallel computing on a distributed memory multiprocessor |

►CSVSetBase | Sparse vector set.Class SVSetBase provides a set of sparse vectors SVectorBase. All SVectorBases in an SVSetBase share one big memory block for their nonzeros. This memory is reffered to as the *nonzero* *memory*. The SVectorBases themselves are saved in another memory block refered to as the *vector* *memory*. Both memory blocks will grow automatically if required, when adding more SVectorBases to the set or enlarging SVectorBases within the set. For controlling memory consumption, methods are provided to inquire and reset the size of the memory blocks used for vectors and nonzeros |

CDLPSV | SVectorBase with prev/next pointers |

CTimer | Wrapper for the system time query methods |

CTimerFactory | Class to create new timers and to switch types of exiting ones |

CUnitVectorBase | Sparse vector .A UnitVectorBase is an SVectorBase that can take only one nonzero value with value 1 but arbitrary index |

CUpdateVector | Dense vector with semi-sparse vector for updatesIn many algorithms vectors are updated in every iteration, by adding a multiple of another vector to it, i.e., given a vector `x` , a scalar and another vector , the update to `x` constists of substituting it by |

CUserTimer | |

CVectorBase | Dense vector.Class VectorBase provides dense linear algebra vectors. It does not provide memory management for the array of values. Instead, the constructor requires a pointer to a memory block large enough to fit the desired dimension of Real or Rational values |

CWallclockTimer | |

CStatistics | Class for collecting statistical information |