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2 projects | /r/SideProject | 8 May 2021
Try the JS version at https://murfffi.github.io/zebra-apps/demo/index.html . Learn more and check out the Java code at https://github.com/murfffi/zebra4j . The puzzles are fully customizable and produce descriptions in natural language.
[2022 Day #19] I think I'll just lol-nope out of it
2 projects | /r/adventofcode | 19 Dec 2022
Now I have used Pulp library, which I guess does the heavy lifting.
Operations research packages
3 projects | /r/Python | 25 Nov 2022
Pyomo, it even has its own book. Additionally, CVXOPT focuses on convex optimization, PuLP on linear programming (it has lots of interfaces for other solvers).
Successful Compiling COIN-OR CBC solver with Python Pulp ARM64
2 projects | /r/termux | 26 Sep 2022
After installing https://github.com/coin-or/pulp via pip I failed to use the built-in cbc solver. Pulp comes with prebuilt binaries for Linux x32 & x64 but not for ARM, so it threw error while solving problem.
flopt: powerful optimization modeling tool
3 projects | dev.to | 18 Aug 2022
There are some optimization modeling tools, Pulp andScipy are known for linear programming (LP) modeling, CVXOPT and Pyomo for quadratic programming (QP).
Integer vs. Linear Programming in Python
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 May 2022
For modelling libraries in general-purpose languages, Gurobi's python bindings have the best reputation. But of course Gurobi is very expensive (I have heard about $50k for a fully unrestricted license, plus $10k yearly for support). On the open-source side, besides Google's OR-Tools, there is Pyomo  and PuLP  in Python (as the article mentions). In Julia, there is JuMP , whose development community is extremely enthusiastic.
Traditionally, however, mathematical models were encoded in domain-specific languages. The most prominent one is AMPL  which is proprietary. The glpk  people have developed a very neat open source clone of AMPL: the GNU MathProg language. For a more modern take on AMPL-type modelling DSLs, look at ZIMPL , which is open source as well.
Python open-source solvers
4 projects | /r/OperationsResearch | 3 Jun 2021
What are some alternatives?
pyomo - An object-oriented algebraic modeling language in Python for structured optimization problems.
PySCIPOpt - Python interface for the SCIP Optimization Suite
Choco - An open-source Java library for Constraint Programming
Bonmin - Basic Open-source Nonlinear Mixed INteger programming
manim-rubikscube - A Manim implementation of the classic Rubik's Cube
pulp_ansible - A Pulp plugin that manages Ansible content, i.e. roles, collections
CryptidSolver - A solver for the boardgame Cryptid
Hodoku - Hodoku is a solver/generator/trainer/analyzer for standard sudoku.
Zeratool - Automatic Exploit Generation (AEG) and remote flag capture for exploitable CTF problems
Cbc - COIN-OR Branch-and-Cut solver
AutoNodestone - Python program for MapleStory that help palyer find ideal combination of Nodestones.
scinumtools - Essential tools for numerical scientific calculations, simulations and data analysis. Besides several useful tools, this package is featuring expression solver, physical units and dimensional input parameter modules.