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BOLIB: Bilevel Optimization LIBrary of test problems

BOLIB: Bilevel Optimization LIBrary of test problems
BOLIB: Bilevel Optimization LIBrary of test problems
Abstract This paper presents the Bilevel Optimization LIBrary of the test problems (BOLIB–for short), which contains a collection of test problems, with continuous variables, to help support the development of numerical solvers for bilevel optimization. The first version of the library, available at arxiv.org/abs/1812.00230, is made of 124 examples of nonlinear bilevel optimization problems. This version contains 173 examples with 138 nonlinear (including the 124 from the first version), 24 linear, and 11 simple bilevel optimization problems. This expansion of BOLIB further establishesit as the largest bilevel optimization library of test problems. Moreover, asthe library is computation-enabled with the MATLAB m-files of all the examples, it provides a uniform basis for testing and comparing algorithms. The library, together with all the related codes, is freely available at biopt.github.io/bolib.
563-580
Springer
Zhou, Shenglong
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Zemkoho, Alain
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Tin, Andrey
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Dempe, Stephan
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Zhou, Shenglong
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Zhou, Shenglong, Zemkoho, Alain and Tin, Andrey (2020) BOLIB: Bilevel Optimization LIBrary of test problems. In, Dempe, Stephan and Zemkoho, Alain (eds.) Bilevel optimization: advances and next challenges. Springer, pp. 563-580. (In Press)

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Abstract This paper presents the Bilevel Optimization LIBrary of the test problems (BOLIB–for short), which contains a collection of test problems, with continuous variables, to help support the development of numerical solvers for bilevel optimization. The first version of the library, available at arxiv.org/abs/1812.00230, is made of 124 examples of nonlinear bilevel optimization problems. This version contains 173 examples with 138 nonlinear (including the 124 from the first version), 24 linear, and 11 simple bilevel optimization problems. This expansion of BOLIB further establishesit as the largest bilevel optimization library of test problems. Moreover, asthe library is computation-enabled with the MATLAB m-files of all the examples, it provides a uniform basis for testing and comparing algorithms. The library, together with all the related codes, is freely available at biopt.github.io/bolib.

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Accepted/In Press date: 6 January 2020

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Local EPrints ID: 436854
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/436854
PURE UUID: 01b83307-092c-45fe-ae6e-691ec2bb5aa1
ORCID for Shenglong Zhou: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-2843-1614
ORCID for Alain Zemkoho: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-1265-4178

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Date deposited: 13 Jan 2020 17:30
Last modified: 22 Nov 2021 07:55

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Author: Shenglong Zhou ORCID iD
Author: Alain Zemkoho ORCID iD
Author: Andrey Tin
Editor: Stephan Dempe
Editor: Alain Zemkoho

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