hi Could someone please suggest a way of linearizing the following equation: (x-y)*(a-b) where x and y are binary variables and a and b are continues variables. Tanks a lot asked 27 Apr '18, 10:08 zalgiris28 fbahr ♦ |
hi Could someone please suggest a way of linearizing the following equation: (x-y)*(a-b) where x and y are binary variables and a and b are continues variables. Tanks a lot asked 27 Apr '18, 10:08 zalgiris28 fbahr ♦ |
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Just to be clear, you want either \(a-b\), 0 or \(b-a\), depending on the values of \(x\) and \(y\)?
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https://www.leandro-coelho.com/linearization-product-variables/