A hybrid branch-and-bound and interior-point algorithm for stochastic mixed-integer nonlinear second-order cone programming

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1 Department of Mathematics, M'Hamed Bougara University of Boumerd├ęs, Algeria

2 The University of Jordan

Abstract

One of the chief attractions of stochastic mixed-integer second-order cone programming is its diverse applications, especially in engineering (Alzalg and Alioui, {\em IEEE Access}, 10:3522-3547, 2022). The linear and nonlinear versions of this class of optimization problems are still unsolved yet. In this paper, we develop a hybrid optimization algorithm coupling branch-and-bound and primal-dual interior-point methods for solving two-stage stochastic mixed-integer nonlinear second-order cone programming. The adopted approach uses a branch-and-bound technique to handle the integer variables and an infeasible interior-point method to solve continuous relaxations of the resulting subproblems. The proposed hybrid algorithm is also implemented to data to show its efficiency.

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