By Niu Shu-fen, Wang Guo-xin, Sun Xiao-ling
During this paper, a brand new branch-and-bound set of rules in accordance with the Lagrangian twin rest and non-stop leisure is proposed for discrete multi-factor portfolio choice version with roundlot limit in monetary optimization. This discrete portfolio version is of integer quadratic programming difficulties. The separable constitution of the version is investigated by utilizing Lagrangian rest and twin seek. Computational effects convey that the set of rules is able to fixing real-world portfolio issues of information from US inventory marketplace and randomly generated try out issues of as much as one hundred twenty securities.
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AVEˆ2 AVEˆ3 20 40 60 80 # Variables = log(Search Space) Figure 3: Performance of GAs using AVE p Figure 4 summarizes the performance of the GAs on the two families of SAT problems using AVE 2 in the payoff function. As noted earlier, the log-log curves appear to be sub-linear. To get a better feeling for the form of these curves, both linear and quadratic curve fits were attempted. For both of the families of SAT problems, a quadratic form produces a better fit and, by using the coefficients of the quadratic form, the observed speedup can be calculated.
A branch-and-bound algorithm for discrete multi-factor portfolio optimization model by Niu Shu-fen, Wang Guo-xin, Sun Xiao-ling