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Stochastic Decomposition

Stochastic decomposition (SD) is a sequential sampling-based algorithm for two-stage stochastic linear programs (2-SLP). The algorithmic details can be found in:

  1. Higle, J. L. and Sen, S. (1994). Finite master programs in regularized stochastic decomposition. Mathematical Programming, 67(1):143–168.
  2. Sen, S. and Liu, Y. (2016). Mitigating uncertainty via compromise decisions in two-stage stochastic linear programming: Variance reduction. Operations Research, 64(6):1422–1437.
  3. Gangammanavar, H., Liu, Y. and Sen, S. (2018) Stochastic Decomposition for Two-stage Stochastic Linear Programs with Random Cost Coefficients, available on Optimization Online.

This software is developed by Jason Mai, Lei Zhao, Yifan Liu, and Harsha Gangammanavar and Suvrajeet Sen.

Support

Please report bugs here on GitHub.

Version information:

v1.0: Supports 2-SLPs with randomness in right-hand side and the technology matrix.
v2.0: Supports 2-SLPs with randomness in right-hand side vector, the technology matrix and cost coefficient vector.

Input file format

The implementation of accepts stochastic programs described using the SMPS file format:

  • Core file: Describes the optimization problem corresponding to a single scenario
  • Time file: Provides information regarding decomposition of the problem into master and subproblem
  • Stoch file: Describes the stochastic information associated with the problem. (Currently, INDEP and BLOCK types are supported)

For more information about the SMPS file format here

Installation

Note: Only Unix systems have been tested.

Prerequisite:

  • CPLEX should be available on your machine. Trial version is available here.
  • Git, if you want to directly use the commands below.

Steps

  1. Download the SD source codes.
    * git clone https://github.com/USC3DLAB/SD
  2. For v1.0
    * Checkout the version with: git checkout v1.0
    * Follow instructions in the README file.
  3. For v2.0
    * Change into source directory: cd SD
    * Check the makefile to make sure that the cplex installation directory is correct for your system.
    * Compile the code: make all
  4. Setup a directory to write output files.
    * mkdir spOutput
  5. Execute the algorithm by invoking the executable with three inputs (i) problem name, (ii) directory where the problem files reside, and (iii) directory where you wish output files be written.
    * ./twoSD problem_name input_directory_path output_directory_path
    * Example: ./twoSD pgp2 ./spInput ./spOutput

A collection of classical 2-SLP problems are included in the spInput folder. Results will be stored in spOutput/problem_name folder. Please check pgp2.detailed_soln.out for solutions and time_sample.out for CPU time and number of samples used.

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