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# PySATS

This is a bridge to use some features of SATS in a Python project.

## Requirements

• Python: 3.7+ (required for guaranteeing insertion order in dicts)
• Pyjnius 1.3.0

## Set up

1. Create a Python environment that satisfied above requirements. To install Pyjnius, follow the steps in https://pyjnius.readthedocs.io/en/stable/installation.html#.
3. Place the SATS JAR together with the cplex.jar (which can be found in the CPLEX installation's bin folder) together in some directory on your machine, and set the PYJNIUS_CLASSPATH environment variable to the absolute path of this directory.

## Usage

After having set up the environment according the the previous section, install the package

$pip install pysats ...  Use it in your project as follows. Have a look at the test/ directory for more examples. from pysats import PySats gsvm = PySats.getInstance().create_gsvm() for bidder_id in gsvm.get_bidder_ids(): goods_of_interest = gsvm.get_goods_of_interest(bidder_id) print(f'Bidder_{bidder_id}: {goods_of_interest}')  ## Verify installation The best way to verify installation, and check if everything is wired up correctly, is to check out the project and to run the tests: $ python -m unittest
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### Alternative to set up locally: Poetry

You can use Poetry to set up and test pysats locally. Install it as described in https://python-poetry.org/docs/#installation, and then run:

$poetry install ...  This will install all dependencies automatically. To test the setup, run: $ poetry run python -m unittest
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