GLOBAL Reproducibility of Results
Key to validity of scientific results is the reproducibility of numerical
In this section we show how numerical results of papers can be
reproduced, giving step-by-step instructions on reproducibility of
results on local machines. We provide links to the models used,
as well as scripts to run the actual experiments.
Papers and Presentations With Reproducible Numerical Results
- Pinter, J (2003), GAMS/LGO Nonlinear Solver Suite: Key
Features, Usage, and Numerical Results. Submitted.
- Pruessner, A, Bussieck, M., Dirkse, S., and Meeraus, A. (2003), Conic Programming
in GAMS, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Atlanta, October 19-22, Session on "Optimization
Software - The State of the Art".