Dear Gurobi team,
I would like to ask if it makes sense (or is even possible) to place constraints back in the lazy constraint pool.
I understand how they are placed in the lazy constraint pool initially and pulled into the active model depending on the parameter https://www.gurobi.com/documentation/current/refman/lazy.html#attr:Lazy.
But could it not make sense - e.g. after finding another new solution - to place constraints back in the lazy constraint pool, if they have become inactive in the current solution?
Couldn't this help to keep the problem size small? Or are there obvious reasons against such a strategy?
Best regards and thank you in advance
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