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Are there any good books that teach how to work with OPL in CPLEX? I searched but I didn't find any.

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    $\begingroup$ When you say "teach CPLEX" what do you mean? Do you mean the modelling language OPL or more generally how to use CPLEX from several different API's? $\endgroup$ – Sune May 25 at 6:13
  • $\begingroup$ @Sune I mean OPL. $\endgroup$ – Emad May 25 at 6:16
  • $\begingroup$ then you should probably edit your question to reflect this, as it would probably lead more qualified answers. $\endgroup$ – Sune May 25 at 6:19
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There are many useful references that can be found by googling. In the following you can find some of them:

PS: About the first mentioned reference, it is about (V-12.8) that I knew the last version is 20.1. I hope they will be helpful.

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There is a rather helpful list of educational resources specific to IBM Decision Optimization products here. If you scroll down a bit, you will find links to some YouTube videos about optimization modeling using OPL (and the CPLEX Studio IDE).

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I recommand the Model Building Book by Williams and here you may see the examples in OPL.

Model Building

Let me add some OPL links:

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Here is a book that Pete Cacioppi wrote to teach OPL and optimization as it relates to network design models. It was meant for beginners. It uses a network design problem as the example, but you don't need to get the Supply Chain Network Design book to use this one.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks. But somebody else mentioned this book before. $\endgroup$ – Emad Jun 3 at 4:22
  • $\begingroup$ @Emad. Whoops. Good catch. Sorry about that. Hopefully, I added a little bit of context :-) $\endgroup$ – Michael Watson Jun 3 at 15:43
  • $\begingroup$ Yes. That was useful. $\endgroup$ – Emad Jun 3 at 18:49

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