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.\"                                      Hey, EMACS: -*- nroff -*-
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.TH CBC 1 "August  26, 2009"
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.SH NAME
cbc \- Cbc mixed integer programming solver
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B cbc
.RI
[
options
]
filename
.br
.SH DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the
.B cbc
command.
.PP
.\" TeX users may be more comfortable with the \fB<whatever>\fP and
.\" \fI<whatever>\fP escape sequences to invode bold face and italics, 
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\fBcbc\fP -- Cbc (Coin-or branch and cut) is an open-source mixed integer programming solver written in C++. 

.SH OPTIONS
When no options are given cbc enters the interactive command line
mode.  Otherwise the program enters a batch mode, for which a summary
of options is included below.  Note that the order of options in the
command line of the cbc executable matter The command line of the cbc
executable is parsed as if it were in the interactive mode. The
take-away is that if your using the command line, and things aren't
working as you think they should, try ordering the commands in the
sequence you'd use if you were interactive mode.

For a complete description, see 
.B /usr/share/doc/coinor-libcbc-doc.
.TP
.B \-
Read input from stdin instead of filename
.TP
.B \-csv
The option "\-csv <filename>" causes cbc to print one line of key output statics in commma separated format in a file named <filename>. This option isn't currently included in the list of commands given by the "?" command in interactive mode.
.TP
.B \-threads <num_threads>
Run cbc in parallel using <num_threads> many CPUs
.br

.SH INTERACTIVE MODE
In interactive mode one command per line is expected (no leading \-).
.TP
.B ?
lists all available commands
.TP
.B <command>?
gives list of possibilities, if only one + explanation
.TP
.B <command>??
adds explanation, if only one fuller help
.TP
.B <command>
without value (where expected) gives current value
.TP
.B <command> <value>
 sets value
.br

.SH AVAILABLE COMMANDS
.TP
.B Double parameters:
dualB(ound)  dualT(olerance)  primalT(olerance)  primalW(eight)  
.TP
.B Branch and Cut double parameters:
  allow(ableGap)  cuto(ff)  inc(rement)  inf(easibilityWeight)  integerT(olerance)  
  preT(olerance)  ratio(Gap)  sec(onds)  
.TP
.B Integer parameters:
  cpp(Generate)  force(Solution)  idiot(Crash)  maxF(actor)  maxIt(erations)  
  output(Format)  slog(Level)  sprint(Crash)  
.TP
.B Branch and Cut integer parameters:
  cutD(epth)  log(Level)  maxN(odes)  maxS(olutions)  passC(uts)  
  passF(easibilityPump)  passT(reeCuts)  pumpT(une)  strong(Branching)  trust(PseudoCosts)  
.TP
.B Keyword parameters:
  chol(esky)  crash  cross(over)  direction  dualP(ivot)  
  error(sAllowed)  keepN(ames)  mess(ages)  perturb(ation)  presolve  
  primalP(ivot)  printi(ngOptions)  scal(ing)  
.TP
.B Branch and Cut keyword parameters:
  clique(Cuts)  combine(Solutions)  cost(Strategy)  cuts(OnOff)  Dins  
  DivingS(ome)  DivingC(oefficient)  DivingF(ractional)  DivingG(uided)  DivingL(ineSearch)  
  DivingP(seudoCost)  DivingV(ectorLength)  feas(ibilityPump)  flow(CoverCuts)  gomory(Cuts)  
  greedy(Heuristic)  heur(isticsOnOff)  knapsack(Cuts)  lift(AndProjectCuts)  local(TreeSearch)  
  mixed(IntegerRoundingCuts)  node(Strategy)  preprocess  probing(Cuts)  reduce(AndSplitCuts)  
  residual(CapacityCuts)  Rens  Rins  round(ingHeuristic)  sos(Options)  
  two(MirCuts)  
.TP
.B Actions or string parameters:
  allS(lack)  barr(ier)  basisI(n)  basisO(ut)  directory  
  dirSample  dirNetlib  dirMiplib  dualS(implex)  either(Simplex)  
  end  exit  export  help  import  
  initialS(olve)  max(imize)  min(imize)  netlib  netlibD(ual)  
  netlibP(rimal)  netlibT(une)  primalS(implex)  printM(ask)  quit  
  restore(Model)  saveM(odel)  saveS(olution)  solu(tion)  stat(istics)  
  stop  unitTest  userClp  
.TP
.B Branch and Cut actions:
  branch(AndCut)  doH(euristic)  miplib  prio(rityIn)  solv(e)  
  strengthen  userCbc  
.br
.SH SEE ALSO
.BR glpsol (1), dsdp5 (1), clp (1)
.PP
This program is fully documented in the accompanying html documentation which
can be found in \fB/usr/share/doc/coinor\-libcbc\-doc\fP if the coinor\-libcbc\-doc package is installed.
.SH AUTHOR
cbc was written by John J. Forrest <jjforre@us.ibm.com> et.al.
.PP
This manual page was written by Soeren Sonnenburg <sonne@debian.org>,
for the Debian project (but may be used by others).