Parameters of the TO Experiment
The top part of the experiment view contains
toolbar with the Run
control element, allowing you to
launch the configured Transportation optimization experiment.
Below the toolbar you can find a set of the experiment's parameters
which are available only if the experiment is not launched:
parameters can be reset
their default values if required.
- Experiment duration -
the period of time that will be processed by the experiment.
- Max customers in a route
- limits the number of customers per route. If null is set - all
customers are considered.
- Vehicle types
defines the vehicle type(s) to use on the generated route. The
vehicle type affects the choice of paths to use within the experiment.
If no vehicle type is selected here - all paths will be considered,
regardless of the vehicle types that you defined for them in
vehicle types can only use the roads that they are
specified for. If
a desired vehicle type is not set for a certain path in the Paths
table, the experiment will not consider the customers that can
be reached by that path only.
- Travel segment limit
- sets the max distance between the objects in the
network. If the
distance between the current and the next customer exceeds the
specified distance, it will not be included in the generated
If the required
value is not specified, no limit will be applied to this segment.
- Returning segment limit
- sets the limit on the maximum length of the route's returning segment
(in the specified Distance unit).
Note: If the required
value is not specified, no limit will be applied to
- Distance unit
- the distance measurement unit used within this
- Currency unit
- the monetary unit used within this experiment.
- Optimization time limit per
site, sec. - sets the limit on
the time allotted to the experiment.
- Relative MIP gap
- sets a relative tolerance on the gap between the
best integer objective and the objective of the best node remaining.
The solver will stop as soon as it finds the solution within
specified percent of optimal (e.g. 5%, or 0.05 when specifying the MIP
- custom user-defined Java processor. If no custom
pre-processor is provided, the Default
pre-processor will be used.
- custom user-defined Java processor. If no
custom post-processor is provided, the Default post-processor
will be used.