StAMPL: A Filtration-Oriented Modeling Tool for Stochastic Programming

Every multistage stochastic programming problem with recourse (MSPR) contains a filtration process. In this research, we created a notation that makes the filtration process the central syntactic construction of the MSPR. As a result, we achieve lower redundancy and higher modularity than is possible with the mathematical notation commonly associated with stochastic programming. To experiment … Read more

LPFML: A W3C XML Schema for Linear and Integer Programming

There are numerous algebraic modeling languages for generating linear programs and numerous solvers for computing solutions to linear programs. This proliferation of modeling languages and solvers is frustrating to modelers who find that only certain languages connect to certain solvers. One way to encourage modeler-solver compatibility is to use a standard representation of a problem … Read more