MIPFocus parameter allows you to modify your high-level
solution strategy, depending on your goals. By default, the Gurobi
MIP solver strikes a balance between finding new feasible solutions
and proving that the current solution is optimal. If you are more
interested in finding feasible solutions quickly, you can select
MIPFocus=1. If you believe the solver is having no trouble
finding good quality solutions, and wish to focus more attention on
proving optimality, select
MIPFocus=2. If the best objective
bound is moving very slowly (or not at all), you may want to try
MIPFocus=3 to focus on the bound.
Note: Only affects mixed integer programming (MIP) models
For examples of how to query or modify parameter values from our different APIs, refer to our Parameter Examples.