GYWOPT is an interactive experimental mathematical programming system, which has been developed since early 2000 for experiments with the Integral Basis Method for integer programming by U.-U. Haus, M. Köppe and R. Weismantel.
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CPLEX-glue uses SWIG to make the CPLEX Callable Library available from the Scheme implementation Guile and from Allegro Common Lisp. It can also simulate portions of the CPLEX Callable Library using GLPK.
CPLEX-glue is written by Utz-Uwe Haus and Matthias Köppe. It is released under the GNU General Public License.
CPLEX-glue can be obtained via CVS from sourceforge.net .
CDD-glue uses SWIG to make Komei Fukuda's cddlib available from the Scheme implementation Guile.
CDD-glue is written by Matthias Köppe. It is released under the GNU General Public License.
CDD-glue can be obtained via CVS from sourceforge.net .
CL-MATCH implements match, match-lambda, match-lambda*, match-let, and match-let* as found in `Pattern Matching for Scheme' by Andrew K. Wright for Common Lisp. The Pattern syntax is only a subset of the latter, but should suffice for most uses.
CL-MATCH is written by Utz-Uwe Haus. It is released under the GNU General Public License.
CL-MATCH can be obtained via CVS from sourceforge.net or as a packaged release (in .tar.gz format).