In this paper, linear multiplicative programs are approached with a branch-and-bound scheme and a detailed computational study is provided. Several underestimation functions are analyzed and various partitioning criteria are presented. A particular class of linear multiplicative programs, useful to solve some applicative bilevel problems, is considered from a theoretical point of view to emphasize an efficient solution method. Detailed results of the computational study are provided to point out the performances provided by using various underestimation functions and partitioning criteria, thus improving some of the results of the current literature.

Solving linear multiplicative programs via branch-and-bound: a computational experience

Cambini, R
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2023-01-01

Abstract

In this paper, linear multiplicative programs are approached with a branch-and-bound scheme and a detailed computational study is provided. Several underestimation functions are analyzed and various partitioning criteria are presented. A particular class of linear multiplicative programs, useful to solve some applicative bilevel problems, is considered from a theoretical point of view to emphasize an efficient solution method. Detailed results of the computational study are provided to point out the performances provided by using various underestimation functions and partitioning criteria, thus improving some of the results of the current literature.
2023
Cambini, R; Riccardi, R; Scopelliti, D
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