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Python code for computation and experimentation with cut-generating functions

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mkoeppe/cutgeneratingfunctionology: Python code for computation and experimentation with cut-generating functions

Most of the code is for the 1-dimensional Gomory-Johnson infinite group problem, including an electronic compendium of extreme functions.

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The code is released under the GNU General Public License, version 2, or any later version as published by the Free Software Foundation.

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B. Install released version from PyPI and run it within conda

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C. Clone from GitHub and run it within conda

D. Run in a standalone installation of the SageMath distribution (no conda)

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