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Minimum weight spanning tree Description Six terminals located in different buildings need to be
connected. The cost of connecting two terminals is
proportional to the distance between them. Determine the
connections to install to minimize the total cost. Further explanation of this example:
'Applications of optimization with Xpress-MP',
Section 12.4 'Construction of a cabled network' (g4cable.mos)
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Data Files spanningtree_graph.mos (!****************************************************** Mosel Example Problems ====================== file spanningtree.mos ````````````````````` TYPE: Minimum weight spanning tree problem DIFFICULTY: 3 FEATURES: MIP problem, formulation of constraints to exclude subcycles, graphical representation of results DESCRIPTION: Six terminals located in different buildings need to be connected. The cost of connecting two terminals is proportional to the distance between them. Determine the connections to install to minimize the total cost. FURTHER INFO: `Applications of optimization with Xpress-MP', Section 12.4 `Construction of a cabled network' (c) 2008 Fair Isaac Corporation author: S. Heipcke, 2002, rev. Sep. 2017 *******************************************************!) model "Cabled network" uses "mmxprs", "mmsvg","mmsystem" declarations NTERM = 6 TERMINALS = 1..NTERM ! Set of terminals to cnct DIST: array(TERMINALS,TERMINALS) of integer ! Distance between terminals cnct: array(TERMINALS,TERMINALS) of mpvar ! 1 if direct connection ! between terminals, 0 otherwise level: array(TERMINALS) of mpvar ! level value of nodes end-declarations initializations from 'spanningtree.dat' DIST end-initializations ! Objective: length of cable used Length:= sum(s,t in TERMINALS | s<>t) DIST(s,t)*cnct(s,t) ! Number of cnctions NumConnect:= sum(s,t in TERMINALS | s<>t) cnct(s,t) = NTERM - 1 ! Avoid subcycle forall(s,t in TERMINALS | s<>t) Cycle(s,t):= level(t) >= level(s) + 1 - NTERM + NTERM*cnct(s,t) ! Direct all cnctions towards the root (node 1) forall(s in 2..NTERM) Direct(s):= sum(t in TERMINALS | s<>t) cnct(s,t) = 1 forall(s,t in TERMINALS | s<>t) cnct(s,t) is_binary ! Solve the problem minimize(Length) ! Solution printing writeln("Cable length: ", getobjval) write("Connections:") forall(s,t in TERMINALS | s<>t) write(if(getsol(cnct(s,t))>0, " " + s + "-" + t, "")) writeln ! Solution drawing declarations X,Y: array(TERMINALS) of integer ! x-y-coordinates of terminals end-declarations initializations from 'spanningtree.dat' [X,Y] as 'POS' end-initializations minx:=min(t in TERMINALS)X(t)-5; miny:=min(t in TERMINALS)Y(t)-5 svgsetgraphviewbox(minx, miny, max(t in TERMINALS)X(t)+5-minx,max(t in TERMINALS)Y(t)+5-miny) svgaddgroup("T", "Terminals", SVG_BLACK) forall(t in TERMINALS) do svgaddpoint(X(t), Y(t)) svgaddtext(X(t), Y(t)+1, "T"+t) end-do svgaddgroup("C", "Connections", SVG_GREEN) forall(s,t in TERMINALS | s<>t) if(getsol(cnct(s,t))>0) then svgaddtext(round((X(s)+X(t))/2), round((Y(s)+Y(t))/2), string(DIST(s,t))) svgaddline(X(t), Y(t), X(s), Y(s)) end-if svgsetgraphscale(5) svgsetgraphpointsize(3) svgsave("spantree.svg") svgrefresh svgwaitclose("Close browser window to terminate model execution.", 1) end-model | |||||||||||

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