Hey all,

I am looking for someone who is well versed with AIMMS and mathematical modelling.

I have developed a model and implemented it in AIMMS. There is some error that I can't seem to figure out and I need someone to check over it/correct what is wrong and explain it to me (the error). I don't need the model built - I have done that and it works - but I feel the solution being provided is not optimal. So no you are not doing the work for me... I just need a push in the right direction :)

My email is dino.abraham at hotmail.co.uk so please drop me a line if interested. I can email over the info. It will not take more then 30 mins or so to check over my work - its probably a small error somewhere - I just can't seem to see it.

Can someone help me please? I will really really appreciate it.

Thanks!

asked 22 Mar '13, 21:30

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You sure you don't want to just ask the question here? Q&A systems are not set up to facilitate one-on-one discussions.

(22 Mar '13, 22:41) Mike Trick ♦♦
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"I am looking for someone who is well versed with AIMMS and mathematical modelling." => unless it's a long piece of code, I would try to ask politely in the AIMMS google group. They answer very swiftly and can probably spot the error very easily, I mean they are the true AIMMS experts :-)

(24 Mar '13, 06:31) Bo Jensen ♦

Getting good support is often a matter of asking the right question in a precise form, you should elaborate on what you mean by "but I feel the solution being provided is not optimal".

(24 Mar '13, 06:34) Bo Jensen ♦

The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by fbahr 15 Jan '14, 06:45


I assume this is your twitter profile :

Dino Abraham On twitter

You seem to have started your own twitter bot with the same question.. I also see you have asked in other places including Stack Exchange

With all respect, I think you're misusing the community. People here are helping on a free basis, because they have a passion for Operations Research. If you're stuck on solving a problem, people will give you pointers to help, given you ask reasonable questions of course, but they will not do the work for you. If your problem is urgent (as you state), then you need a consultant, I can recommend someone if that's the case. Please reconsider your way of using social media, I am sure many people dislike your current strategy.

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answered 24 Mar '13, 12:40

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This is looking like a homework problem (though for a particularly cool course!). "The trouble is that it shouldnt take so long.... my friends built a similar model and it found the solution < 60 seconds. :(" he says on twitter. Perhaps the solution is: "Ask your friends to help". Unless it is homework, of course.

(24 Mar '13, 15:04) Mike Trick ♦♦

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