Dear all,

I want to create a cycle for-do and I want to have the values of the results for each considered point.

How can I write this in aimms?

For now I wrote this

for e| (epsilon_e(e))>epsilonl and (epsilon_e(e))

CO2_ec:=epsilon_e(e);

solve Min_Total_Costs;

Total_Costs_e(e):=Total_Costs;

endfor;

with e the index of a set epsilon_e, while Total_Costs_e(e) a variable.

I want to know the value of Total_Costs_e for each e. What is missing in the code?

Thanks

Best

GL

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* Perhaps a typo: at the end of the first line (starting with for) I would expect the word "do".

* Looking at your code, I expect the following identifiers to be declared as parameters:

Also note that if epsilonl is strictly positive (as its name suggests) then the "and (epsilon_e(e))" part of the condition on the for loop is superfluous.

* Looking at your code, I expect the following identifiers to be declared as parameters:

- epsilonl

- epsilon_e

- CO2_ec

- Total_Costs_e

Also note that if epsilonl is strictly positive (as its name suggests) then the "and (epsilon_e(e))" part of the condition on the for loop is superfluous.

Dear @Chris Kuip ,

thanks for your response. I tried and it still is not working. How can I define the set for index e and these parameters?

Thanks.

thanks for your response. I tried and it still is not working. How can I define the set for index e and these parameters?

Thanks.

Dear @Chris Kuip

how can define the number of points for the defined range epsilon?

Thanks

how can define the number of points for the defined range epsilon?

Thanks

The set that is the range of index e can be declared as follows (where p_NumberOfPoints controls the set size):

**code:**

Parameter p_NumberOfPoints {

InitialData: 3;

}

Set s_Events {

SubsetOf: Integers;

Index: e;

Definition: ElementRange(1,p_NumberOfPoints);

}

dear @Chris Kuip

thanks, it seems that I obtained some results for each considered point.

Many tanks.

Best

GL

thanks, it seems that I obtained some results for each considered point.

Many tanks.

Best

GL

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