I Eat Bugs For Breakfast I’ve been thinking about Grasshopper 2.0 for a while now and there are a lot of facets to the project where I’d like to see improvement. One of the things I’m looking into is incorporating 3rd party code libraries that would provide advanced statistical and algorithmic functionality. One of the libraries I’ve been browsing is the Microsoft Solver Foundation whose main purpose is to solve optimization problems. Looking for examples on how to use MSF I came across this blog post which poses a hypothetical (but not unrealistic) problem which can be cracked using an algorithmic solver. The post itself has some inconsistencies in the numbers it uses to describe the problem, so I’ll outline it briefly here as well: You own a trading company and you’re looking to import some cheap-ass furniture from China and sell it to gullible Europeans for cut-throat prices.
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