Together, attributes FarkasDual and FarkasProof provide a certificate of infeasibility for the given problem. Specifically, they can be used to form the following inequality from the original constraints that is trivially infeasible:
where , is the lower bound of variable , is the upper bound of variable , if the -th constraint has a sense, if the -th constraint has a sense, if , and if . This constraint can not be satisfied for any . The FarkasProof attribute provides , and the FarkasDual attributes provide multipliers for the original constraints.
This attribute is only available when parameter InfUnbdInfo is set to 1.
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