Mathematical Problems in Engineering / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

An Alternating Direction Method for Convex Quadratic Second-Order Cone Programming with Bounded Constraints

Table 2

The results for the test problems with small scale.

Problems MADM SeDuMi
Iter. Time Value Iter. Time Value

P01 216 0.14 6.8296723 9 0.34 6.8296742
P02 245 0.25 71.9788074 9 0.31 71.9788099
P03 264 0.30 76.2533942 11 0.39 76.2533927
P04 261 0.34 143.5300081 11 0.44 143.5300023

P05 269 0.33 47.1664568 10 0.81 47.1664516
P06 271 0.56 164.0914031 12 1.16 164.0914052
P07 293 0.66 467.8962158 13 1.28 467.8962123
P08 320 0.89 671.0620751 13 1.34 671.0620812

P09 322 1.53 71.2857981 12 5.19 71.2857926
P10 337 2.28 85.4731057 13 7.41 85.4731061
P11 304 2.14 1085.3976583 15 7.94 1085.3976475
P12 316 2.62 2256.4765633 16 10.11 2256.4765646

P13 351 4.17 89.3228874 11 15.03 89.3228832
P14 377 5.14 113.5586948 12 16.16 113.5586923
P15 327 5.13 2198.2136742 16 27.53 2198.2136739
P16 326 5.81 2727.7797204 16 32.67 2727.7797233

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