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VRPy is a python library for solving a range of vehicle routing problems. It is open source and open to new contributors. There are at least two ways to contribute: solve one of the existing issues have fun with it and propose new enhancements based on your personal experience with the library


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There are lots of projects at COIN-OR, many of which I'm sure would welcome contributions. You would need to discuss with the individual project developers what the best way to help would be, but one thing that's nearly always welcome is help with documentation, including reference manuals, tutorials, example code calling library functions, etc.


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Here and here (list is generated by Github based on the tags on the open projects) you can find long lists of open operations research projects on Github. By clicking on the "Open Issues" link on each page you can directly access the Github repository for that specific project. Note that @Kuifje's own repository VRPy is a great example.


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Ipopt seems to have a C# binding. From my own experience WORHP is easy to wrap in high level languages, due a variety of interfaces compatible with different programming styles. Ipopt is a local interior point solver that performs well on quadratic problems. WORHP uses as SQP algorithm, if all constraints and the objective are marked as quadratic or linear ...


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I managed to understand why the pace of building up the model using Open Solver slows down after a while. The reason is because there were several (in)equations without values, which was why model building was initially fast.


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