I want to linearize two variables; the first variable (\(p\)) is non-negative and the second variable (\(x\)) is between zero and one. How to linearize?

\[ p \ge 0 ~~\text{and}~~ 0 \le x \le 1 \]

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asked 03 Dec '17, 04:53

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Hello, you might try the method described in this thread. You could discretize x as it has a lower and upper bound specified, and can then use the standard linearization of the product of a continuous variable and a binary variable.


answered 03 Dec '17, 21:31

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Thank you Andy .

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