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Hello all together,Unfortunately I am a complete AIMMS beginner and can't get any further on my own.Can someone please help me to build this model (I have only the Academic License):Four products can be produced in a total of 10 locations (but not every product can be produced in every location).All products should then be transported to a fixed location.3 objective functions are to be considered simultaneously with different weights (minimize production costs, minimize CO2 emissions during production, maximize social impact due to production at each location).A few constraints should be taken into account, e.g. if 2 products come from the same location, the transport costs should be reduced, etc. This model should answer the question: how much of which product should be produced in which location? Thanks for your help!
Example:For all t, H(t) = Z(t+1) + Z(t).Z(t) is the variable. And H(t) is the parameter calculated with the adjacent elements in the variable. How can I do this?BTW, in this instance, what’s the ‘index domain’ of the parameter H, as the index t=1,2,……,24, i.e. the maximum element in Z is Z(24), if I define the ‘index domain’ of H as t directly, which means that there exists H(24) = Z(25)+Z(24), which should not be existed. Would this cause error or how can I limit the index domain of H to t = 1,2,…..,23?
I am building a multi depot multi vehicle transportation model. The model is running but gives 0 as optimal.I am just about to introduce the vehicles set and this is where i am having trouble now. I want each depot to have two type of vehicles. This is the best way I can get to right now. I want a set of vehicle type and a set of depot. I want to tell the model that each depot in this example: depot 1 has 2 scooters, and 1 truck, and depot 2 has 3 scooters and 1 truck. Is there a better way to do this, and how to resolve the error. Attached is my model.
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