The MPS File Reader is a windows object that exposes properties and methods that allow you to: Read standard and free-format MPS files, View the contents as equations, Submit variable values and receive back the constraint and objective function values at that point, Edit existing MPS files or create new MPS files, Write out MPS files. It is expected that a major user of this software object will be academic software developers who are working in mathematical programming. Writing an input/output routine for reading and writing MPS files is a tedious chore. Since we have done this chore as part of another project, we are making the resulting object generally available. The MPS file reader is a 32-bit windows object. After downloading and installing the software, reference the object from your development environment and use the environment’s object browser (and the brief help file included with the object) to access the properties and methods the object exposes. (Source:

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  1. Ibrahim, Walid; Chinneck, John W.: Improving solver success in reaching feasibility for sets of nonlinear constraints (2008)