Optimizer Process Success with FALSE Booleans
We created an optimizer process to maximize net income. The specific issue relates to a constraint where where revenue (optimizer variable x revenue constant) cannot exceed the forecast, which sits at an aggregated level.
So, my logic is to first multiply the decision variable (at P4 Product) by it's calculated revenue input/constant (at P4 Product). Then, in an intermediary step, I aggregate the results to the P2 Assortment level and evaluate the result against the P2 Assortment Revenue Forecast.
I've added the intermediate calculation as a variable in the optimizer action and the process runs successfully; however, when I review the Boolean constraints at the P2 Assortment level, most of the Boolean calculations show as FALSE. How can this be?
Matt
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Hello
can you drill down and check if it’s a rounding problem! If it’s the case then no worries, no incidence on the optimizer
if its not a rounding problem, then you should check the dimensions of your constraints
regards
dihya
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I don't think this is a rounding issue. Most of the Boolean are FALSE because the revenue far exceeds the forecast. It's orders of magnitude larger.
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