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You program is minimizing y above those lines. The problem is not unbounded only because of the additional constraints 0 < p < 1 given by the top 2 rows of G (=see below).

Using the notation in the article you linked, linear_program(c,G,h) minimizes c * x given G * x < h. You have c=[0,1], so you are minimizing y. You want c=[0,-1].

You have G * x = [-p,p,-p-y,-3p-y] < h, which gives y>-h-p, y>-h-3p. You want G*x=[-p,p,p+y,3p+y] and h=[0,1,1,2].

So you want c=[0,-1]; G=[[-1,0],[1,0],[1,1],[3,1]]; h=[0,1,1,2]. As for M, I have no clue what it is.

You program is minimizing y above those lines. The problem is not unbounded only because of the additional constraints 0 < p < 1 given by the top 2 rows of G (=see below).

Using the notation in the article you linked, linear_program(c,G,h) minimizes c * x given G * x < h. You have c=[0,1], c=[0,1] and x=[p,y], so you are minimizing y. You want c=[0,-1].

You have G * x = [-p,p,-p-y,-3p-y] < h, which gives y>-h-p, y>-h-3p. You want G*x=[-p,p,p+y,3p+y] and h=[0,1,1,2].

So you want c=[0,-1]; G=[[-1,0],[1,0],[1,1],[3,1]]; h=[0,1,1,2]. As for M, I have no clue what it is.

You program is minimizing y above those lines. The problem is not unbounded only because of the additional constraints 0 < p < 1 given by the top 2 rows of G (=see below).

Using the notation in the article you linked, linear_program(c,G,h) minimizes c * x given G * x < h. You have c=[0,1] and x=[p,y], so you are minimizing y. You want c=[0,-1].

You have G * x = [-p,p,-p-y,-3p-y] < h, which gives y>-h-p, y>-h-3p. You want G*x=[-p,p,p+y,3p+y] and h=[0,1,1,2].

So you want c=[0,-1]; G=[[-1,0],[1,0],[1,1],[3,1]]; h=[0,1,1,2]. As for M, I have no clue what it is.

linear_program(vector([0,-1]),matrix([[-1,0],[1,0],[1,1],[3,1]]),vector([0,1,1,2]))['x']
-7.08356432755e-09