Mathematical Problems in Engineering / 2015 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

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

Table 5

The results in smaller criteria and with random initial points.

Problems MADM SeDuMi
Iter. Time Value Iter. Time Value

P04 (, random point) 275 0.37 169.24049123 21 0.88 169.24049003
P04 (, fixed point) 287 0.41 169.24049234 21 0.88 169.24049003
P04 (, random point) 485 0.62 169.24049007 21 0.88 169.24049003
P04 (, fixed point) 494 0.67 169.24049007 21 0.88 169.24049003

P12 (, random point) 355 2.55 1904.587401 27 20.52 1904.587416
P12 (, fixed point) 367 2.95 1904.587402 27 20.52 1904.587416
P12 (, random point) 628 4.37 1904.587409 27 20.52 1904.587416
P12 (, fixed point) 642 5.20 1904.587408 27 20.52 1904.587416

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