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on Nov 8, 2006
on Nov 8, 2006 by MZachmann
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In V2004 we could make a set of optimization targets inactive. Is there a way to do this in V2006?
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Nov 8, 2006 9:21 AM
In 2004 you couldn't really make a set of targets inactive. 2004 always optimized all optimizations at once so if you only wanted a single optimization you had to disable all the others. It had no way to define independent optimizatons.
2006 has multiple optimizations that run independently. If you want to disable some of the targets there are half a dozen ways to do it. It depends a bit on what you're trying to achieve.
The simplest approach is to make the weight of the undesired goals zero. Since you can use an equation in 2006 as a weight you might just use different weight variables that you can set to zero as you desire in the tune window or via equation edit.
Another approach is to copy the "large" optimization and then create a smaller version with fewer targets. This just takes a second and then you can run either optimization as desired. The simplest way to copy an optimization is to drag it in the workspace tree with the mouse with the Ctrl button pressed (a drag-copy) and then drop it. Or right-click Copy right-click Paste.
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