I am currently working on a problem and trying to understand what values work for the Lagrange parameters.
Therefore I implemented the problem as a BQM and as a CQM.
While the BQM has a Lagrange multiplier as a mandatory parameter, the CQM does not.
Therefore, I was wondering how the Lagrange multiplier is calculated and if it is possible to display it?
How does the CQM know which Lagrange parameters work to enforce the penalties just enough to get good and feasible solutions?
I thought that this question cannot be answered in general. Most of the time, I read that you should choose the Lagrange parameter to balance between enforcing the penalty and finding good and feasible solutions.
I would be very grateful for some insights into this.