Together, attributes FarkasDual and FarkasProof provide a certificate of infeasibility for the given infeasible problem. Specifically, FarkasDual can be used to form the following inequality from the original constraints that is infeasible within the bounds of the variables:
This Farkas constraint is valid, because if the -th constraint has a sense and if the -th constraint has a sense.
be the coefficients of this inequality and
be its right hand side. With and being the lower and upper bounds of the variables we have if , and if .
The minimum violation of the Farkas constraint is achieved by setting for and for . Then, we can calculate the minimum violation as
The FarkasProof attribute provides , and the FarkasDual attributes provide the multipliers for the original constraints.
These attributes are only available when parameter InfUnbdInfo is set to 1.
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