Effects of convexity
Nonlinear example demonstrating the effects of convexity
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! Xpress-NonLinear example demonstrating the effects of convexity ! ! This example first solves a convex quadratic problem, for which Xpress-NonLinear ! find a proven optimal solution, then solves a non-covex one for which a local ! optimum is found. ! ! This example demonstrates a particular non-linear optimization concept as related ! to Xpress NonLinear. ! The version of the example is for Xpress 7.5. ! ! (c) 2013 Fair Isaac Corporation ! author: Zsolt Csizmadia model mmxnlp_nlp_duals uses "mmxnlp", "mmsystem"; ! Scaling parameter for problem size. Please note, there is a quadratic response ! in terms of complexity parameters N = 500 end-parameters ! A function to translate the status of the solver ot text public function nlpstatustext(val: integer): text case val of XNLP_STATUS_UNSTARTED: returned:= "NLP solving not started." XNLP_STATUS_LOCALLY_OPTIMAL: returned:= "Local optimum found." XNLP_STATUS_OPTIMAL: returned:= "Optimal solution found." XNLP_STATUS_LOCALLY_INFEASIBLE: returned:= "NLP locally infeasible." XNLP_STATUS_INFEASIBLE: returned:= "Problem is infeasible." XNLP_STATUS_UNBOUNDED: returned:= "Problem is unbounded." XNLP_STATUS_UNFINISHED: returned:= "NLP solving unfinished." end-case end-function declarations R = 1..N x : array(R) of mpvar z,t : mpvar end-declarations ! Switch logging on to see the effect of convexity related to the automatic solver ! selection ! setparam("xnlp_verbose",true) ! set the random seed for reproducablity setrandseed(123) ! Create a large convex QCQP Constraint := sum(i in R, j in i..N) random*(x(i)-random)*(x(j)-random) + sum(i in R) N*x(i)^2 <= t sum(i in R) random^2*x(i)^2 <= t sum(i in 2..N-1) (random*x(i-1) + random*x(i) + random*x(i+1)) <= t forall(i in 2..N-1) (random*x(i-1) + random*x(i) + random*x(i+1)) <= t ! The base problem is a convex quadratic constrained problems, it will be solved ! using the purpose written barrier solver z <= 1 z >= 0 writeln("Solving a convex quadratic problem: ") minimize(t^2+z^2) writeln(" solver returned status = ",nlpstatustext(getparam("XNLP_STATUS"))) ! This is essentially an equivalent, but no longer convex problem, it will be ! directed to Knitro ! No longer using a purpose built solver makes the solve more expensive writeln("Solving a non-convex quadratic problem: ") minimize(t^2-z^2) writeln(" solver returned status = ",nlpstatustext(getparam("XNLP_STATUS"))) end-model
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