Scalar GAMS Model
The translator CONVERT
creates a scalar GAMS model which consists of a model
without sets or indexed parameters,
with a new set of individual variables depicting
each variable in the GAMS model ending
up with potentially 3 variable classes for the
positive, integer and binary variables
each numbered sequentially.
A GAMS scalar model consists of:

equations in scalar model are indexed by scalars (named E1 to EM).

the symbolic form of these equations.

bounds and starting point values.

a solve statement for the defined model.
All operations involving sets are unrolled,
and all expressions involving parameters
are evaluated and replaced by their
numerical values.
This translator can create other scalar
models, e.g. AMPL scalar models. Since
there are no sets, indexed parameters
and variables in the scalar models, most
of the differences between modeling
languages have diappeared. Therefore, the GAMS
format can be easily transformed into
another format (say AMPL).
The solution of a scalar GAMS model is
identical to the solution of a corresponding scalar
AMPL model. The converter is implemented
as a regular GAMS solver. Another possibility
can be found at the converter web site
at http://www.gamsworld.org/translate.htm.