15. Parameter reference


15.1. Parameter groups

Parameters grouped by meaning and functionality.

15.1.1. Logging parameters.

15.1.2. Basis identification parameters.

15.1.3. The Interior-point method parameters.

Parameters defining the behavior of the interior-point method for linear, conic and convex problems.

15.1.4. Simplex optimizer parameters.

Parameters defining the behavior of the simplex optimizer for linear problems.

15.1.5. Primal simplex optimizer parameters.

Parameters defining the behavior of the primal simplex optimizer for linear problems.

15.1.6. Dual simplex optimizer parameters.

Parameters defining the behavior of the dual simplex optimizer for linear problems.

15.1.7. Network simplex optimizer parameters.

Parameters defining the behavior of the network simplex optimizer for linear problems.

15.1.8. Nonlinear convex method parameters.

Parameters defining the behavior of the interior-point method for nonlinear convex problems.

15.1.9. The conic interior-point method parameters.

Parameters defining the behavior of the interior-point method for conic problems.

15.1.10. The mixed-integer optimization parameters.

15.1.11. Presolve parameters.

15.1.12. Termination criterion parameters.

Parameters which define termination and optimality criteria and related information.

15.1.13. Progress call-back parameters.

15.1.14. Non-convex solver parameters.

15.1.15. Feasibility repair parameters.

15.1.16. Optimization system parameters.

Parameters defining the overall solver system environment. This includes system and platform related information and behavior.

15.1.17. Output information parameters.

15.1.18. Extra information about the optimization problem.

  • mosek.iparam.objective_sense
    If the objective sense for the task is undefined, then the value of this parameter is used as the default objective sense.

15.1.19. Overall solver parameters.

15.1.20. Behavior of the optimization task.

Parameters defining the behavior of an optimization task when loading data.

15.1.21. Data input/output parameters.

Parameters defining the behavior of data readers and writers.

15.1.22. Analysis parameters.

Parameters controling the behaviour of the problem and solution analyzers.

15.1.23. Solution input/output parameters.

Parameters defining the behavior of solution reader and writer.

15.1.24. Infeasibility report parameters.

15.1.25. License manager parameters.

15.1.26. Data check parameters.

These parameters defines data checking settings and problem data tolerances, i.e. which values are rounded to 0 or infinity, and which values are large or small enough to produce a warning.

15.1.27. Debugging parameters.

These parameters defines that can be used when debugging a problem.

15.2. Double parameters

15.3. Integer parameters

15.4. String parameter types

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