Hello all,

My aim is to implement constraints that either have a lower or an upper bound, but are unbounded on the other side. I want to know if one sided constraints are possible in either through the linear bx and bu or the non linear constraint h. I could not find such a constraint implementation in any of the examples, and leaving either the lower or the upper bound unset seems to be raising an error. I have tried to add infinity with float(“inf”) on one side, copying the convention from the casadi framework, but that seems to also raise an error. I do not know if the error in the infinity case is due to the .json format, which is the first source of the error, or somewhere else, but I would really appreciate any direct or indirect way to incorporate one sided bounds.

Cheers,

Can