Commit 34205b5b authored by Erkka Rinne's avatar Erkka Rinne
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Turn code comments into set element associated texts in 1a_definitions

This way the explanations can be exported programmatically.
parent 90c3c871
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mSetting "setting categories for models" /
// General Time Structure
t_start, // First time step for the start of simulation
t_jump, // Number of time steps realized with each solve
t_horizon, // Length of the simulation horizon in time steps (central forecast)
t_end, // Last time step of the simulation
loadPoint, // Load advanced basis; 0 = no basis, 1 = latest solve, 2 = all solves, 3 = first solve
savePoint, // Save advanced basis; 0 = no basis, 1 = latest solve, 2 = all solves, 3 = first solve
lastStepInIntervalBlock, // Last time step in the block of intervals with the same length
stepsPerInterval, // Number of time steps aggregated within interval
stepLengthInHours, // Length of one time step in hours
t_start "First time step for the start of simulation"
t_jump "Number of time steps realized with each solve"
t_horizon "Length of the simulation horizon in time steps (central forecast)"
t_end "Last time step of the simulation"
loadPoint "Load advanced basis; 0 = no basis, 1 = latest solve, 2 = all solves, 3 = first solve"
savePoint "Save advanced basis; 0 = no basis, 1 = latest solve, 2 = all solves, 3 = first solve"
lastStepInIntervalBlock "Last time step in the block of intervals with the same length"
stepsPerInterval "Number of time steps aggregated within interval"
stepLengthInHours "Length of one time step in hours"
// Samples and Forecasts
samples, // Number of active samples
forecasts, // Number of active forecasts
t_forecastLengthUnchanging, // Length of forecasts in time steps - this does not decrease when the solve moves forward (requires forecast data that is longer than the horizon at first)
t_forecastLengthDecreasesFrom, // Length of forecasts in time steps - this decreases when the solve moves forward until the new forecast data is read (then extends back to full length)
t_forecastStart, // Time step for first reading the forecasts (not necessarily t_start)
t_forecastJump, // Number of time steps between each update of the forecasts
samples "Number of active samples"
forecasts "Number of active forecasts"
t_forecastLengthUnchanging "Length of forecasts in time steps - this does not decrease when the solve moves forward (requires forecast data that is longer than the horizon at first)"
t_forecastLengthDecreasesFrom "Length of forecasts in time steps - this decreases when the solve moves forward until the new forecast data is read (then extends back to full length)"
t_forecastStart "Time step for first reading the forecasts (not necessarily t_start)"
t_forecastJump "Number of time steps between each update of the forecasts"
t_improveForecast "Number of time steps ahead of time on which the forecast is improved on each solve"
t_perfectForesight "Number of time steps for which realized data is used instead of forecasts"
onlyExistingForecasts "Use only existing forecast values when reading updated forecasts. Note: zero values need to be saved as Eps in the gdx file."
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scenarioLength "Length of scenario in time steps for creating stocahstic scenarios from time series data"
// Features
t_trajectoryHorizon, // Length of the horizon when start-up and shutdown trajectories are considered (in time steps)
t_initializationPeriod, // Number of time steps in the beginning of the simulation which are solved but the results of which are not stored
dataLength, // The maximum number of time steps in any input data time series (recommended for correctly circulating data)
t_trajectoryHorizon "Length of the horizon when start-up and shutdown trajectories are considered (in time steps)"
t_initializationPeriod "Number of time steps in the beginning of the simulation which are solved but the results of which are not stored"
dataLength "The maximum number of time steps in any input data time series (recommended for correctly circulating data)"
red_num_leaves "Desired number of preserved scenarios or leaves (SCENRED)"
red_percentage "Desired relative distance (accuracy) of scenario reduction (SCENRED)"
incHRAdditionalConstraints // Method to include the two additional constraints for incremental heat rates;
incHRAdditionalConstraints "Method to include the two additional constraints for incremental heat rates"
// 0 = include for units with non-convex fuel use, 1 = include for all units
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