Fedora 20 Update: coin-or-Bcps-0.93.12-2.fc20

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Fedora Update Notification
2014-04-06 01:47:01

Name        : coin-or-Bcps
Product     : Fedora 20
Version     : 0.93.12
Release     : 2.fc20
URL         : http://projects.coin-or.org/CHiPPS
Summary     : Part of the COIN High Performance Parallel Search Framework
Description :
BiCePS is one of the libraries that make up the CHiPPS (COIN High Performance
Parallel Search Framework) library hierarchy. It implements that data-handling
functions needed to support development of many types of relaxation-based
branch-and-bound algorithms, especially for solving mathematical programs. It
is intended to capture the implementation of methods common to all such
algorithms without assuming anything about the structure of the mathematical
program or the bounding method used. BLIS, which is another layer built on top
of BiCePS, is a concretization of Bcps for the case of mixed integer linear
programs. DIP is another implementation being developed using BLIS that
implements a decomposition-based bounding procedure.

Update Information:

Backport from rawhide several new coin-or packages.


  [ 1 ] Bug #894588 - Review Request: coin-or-Cgl - Cut Generation Library
  [ 2 ] Bug #894589 - Review Request: coin-or-Alps - COIN-OR High-Performance Parallel Search Framework
  [ 3 ] Bug #894591 - Review Request: coin-or-Bcps - Part of the COIN High Performance Parallel Search Framework
  [ 4 ] Bug #894596 - Review Request: coin-or-Blis - BLIS (BiCePS Linear Integer Solver)
  [ 5 ] Bug #894597 - Review Request: coin-or-Cbc - Coin-or branch and cut
  [ 6 ] Bug #894598 - Review Request: coin-or-DyLP - Implementation of the dynamic simplex algorithm
  [ 7 ] Bug #894593 - Review Request: coin-or-Vol - Vol (Volume Algorithm)

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su -c 'yum update coin-or-Bcps' at the command line.
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