doi: 10.3934/jimo.2019101

A diagonal PRP-type projection method for convex constrained nonlinear monotone equations

Department of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Physical Sciences, Bayero University, Kano, Kano, 700241, Nigeria

* Corresponding author: Hassan Mohammad

Received  April 2018 Revised  May 2019 Published  September 2019

Iterative methods for nonlinear monotone equations do not require the differentiability assumption on the residual function. This special property of the methods makes them suitable for solving large-scale nonsmooth monotone equations. In this work, we present a diagonal Polak-Ribi$ \grave{e} $re-Polyak (PRP) conjugate gradient-type method for solving large-scale nonlinear monotone equations with convex constraints. The search direction is a combine form of a multivariate (diagonal) spectral method and a modified PRP conjugate gradient method. Proper safeguards are devised to ensure positive definiteness of the diagonal matrix associated with the search direction. Based on Lipschitz continuity and monotonicity assumptions the method is shown to be globally convergent. Numerical results are presented by means of comparative experiments with recently proposed multivariate spectral Dai-Yuan-type (J. Ind. Manag. Optim. 13 (2017) 283-295) and Wei-Yao-Liu-type (Int. J. Comput. Math. 92 (2015) 2261-2272) conjugate gradient methods.

Citation: Hassan Mohammad. A diagonal PRP-type projection method for convex constrained nonlinear monotone equations. Journal of Industrial & Management Optimization, doi: 10.3934/jimo.2019101
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A. B. Abubakar and P. Kumam, An improved three-term derivative-free method for solving nonlinear equations, Comput. Appl. Math., 37 (2018), 6760-6773.  doi: 10.1007/s40314-018-0712-5.  Google Scholar

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W. Cheng, A PRP type method for systems of monotone equations, Math. Comput. Modelling, 50 (2009), 15-20.  doi: 10.1016/j.mcm.2009.04.007.  Google Scholar

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Y. Dai and Y. Yuan, A nonlinear conjugate gradient method with a strong global convergence property, SIAM J. Optim., 10 (1999), 177-182.  doi: 10.1137/S1052623497318992.  Google Scholar

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B. GhaddarJ. Marecek and M. Mevissen, Optimal power flow as a polynomial optimization problem, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 31 (2016), 539-546.  doi: 10.1109/TPWRS.2015.2390037.  Google Scholar

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W. La Cruz, A spectral algorithm for large-scale systems of nonlinear monotone equations, Numer. Algorithms, 76 (2017), 1109-1130.  doi: 10.1007/s11075-017-0299-8.  Google Scholar

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J. Liu and Y. Feng, A derivative-free iterative method for nonlinear monotone equations with convex constraints, Numerical Algorithms, 82 (2019), 1-18.  doi: 10.1007/s11075-018-0603-2.  Google Scholar

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C. WangY. Wang and C. Xu, A projection method for a system of nonlinear monotone equations with convex constraints, Math. Methods Oper. Res., 66 (2007), 33-46.  doi: 10.1007/s00186-006-0140-y.  Google Scholar

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Y. Xiao and H. Zhu, A conjugate gradient method to solve convex constrained monotone equations with applications in compressive sensing, J. Math. Anal. Appl., 405 (2013), 310-319.  doi: 10.1016/j.jmaa.2013.04.017.  Google Scholar

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G. YuS. Niu and J. Ma, Multivariate spectral gradient projection method for nonlinear monotone equations with convex constraints, J. Ind. Manag. Optim., 9 (2013), 117-129.  doi: 10.3934/jimo.2013.9.117.  Google Scholar

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[44]

N. Yuan, A derivative-free projection method for solving convex constrained monotone equations, SCIENCEASIA, 43 (2017), 195-200.  doi: 10.2306/scienceasia1513-1874.2017.43.195.  Google Scholar

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M. ZhangY. Xiao and H. Dou, Solving nonlinear constrained monotone equations via limited memory BFGS algorithm, J. of Comp. Infor. Syst., 7 (2011), 3995-4006.   Google Scholar

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Y. ZhengB. JeonD. XuQ. M. Wu and H. Zhang, Image segmentation by generalized hierarchical fuzzy c-means algorithm, J. of Int. & Fuzzy Syst., 28 (2015), 961-973.   Google Scholar

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W. Zhou and D. H. Li, Limited memory BFGS method for nonlinear monotone equations, J. Comput. Math., 25 (2007), 89-96.   Google Scholar

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W. Zhou and F. Wang, A PRP-based residual method for large-scale monotone nonlinear equations, Appl. Math. Comput., 261 (2015), 1-7.  doi: 10.1016/j.amc.2015.03.069.  Google Scholar

Figure 1.  Performance profile with respect to number of iterations (ITER)
Figure 2.  Performance profile with respect to number of function evaluations
Figure 3.  Performance profile with respect to CPU time
Table 1.  The initial points used for the test problems
INITIAL POINT VALUE
$ x_1 $ $ (1, 1, \ldots , 1)^T $
$ x_2 $ $ (0.1, 0.1, \ldots , 0.1)^T $
$ x_3 $ $ \bigl(\frac{1}{2}, \frac{1}{2^2}, \ldots , \frac{1}{2^n}\bigr)^T $
$ x_4 $ $ \bigl(0, 1-\frac{1}{2}, \ldots , 1-\frac{1}{n}\bigr)^T $
$ x_5 $ $ \bigl(0, \frac{1}{n}, \ldots , \frac{n-1}{n}\bigr)^T $
$ x_6 $ $ \bigl(1, \frac{1}{2}, \ldots , \frac{1}{n}\bigr)^T $
$ x_7 $ $ \bigl(n-\frac{1}{n}, n- \frac{2}{n}, \ldots , n-1 \bigr)^T $
$ x_8 $ $ \bigl(\frac{1}{n}, \frac{2}{n}, \ldots , 1\bigr)^T $
INITIAL POINT VALUE
$ x_1 $ $ (1, 1, \ldots , 1)^T $
$ x_2 $ $ (0.1, 0.1, \ldots , 0.1)^T $
$ x_3 $ $ \bigl(\frac{1}{2}, \frac{1}{2^2}, \ldots , \frac{1}{2^n}\bigr)^T $
$ x_4 $ $ \bigl(0, 1-\frac{1}{2}, \ldots , 1-\frac{1}{n}\bigr)^T $
$ x_5 $ $ \bigl(0, \frac{1}{n}, \ldots , \frac{n-1}{n}\bigr)^T $
$ x_6 $ $ \bigl(1, \frac{1}{2}, \ldots , \frac{1}{n}\bigr)^T $
$ x_7 $ $ \bigl(n-\frac{1}{n}, n- \frac{2}{n}, \ldots , n-1 \bigr)^T $
$ x_8 $ $ \bigl(\frac{1}{n}, \frac{2}{n}, \ldots , 1\bigr)^T $
Table 2.  Numerical Results for DPPM, MDYP and WYLP for Problem 1 with given initial points and dimension, $ f $ represents failure
DPPM MDYP WYLP
DIMENSION INITIAL POINT ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM
1000 $ x_1 $ 5 14 0.2355 8.79E-08 16 69 0.0200 4.84E-06 2 9 0.0085 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 11 0.0156 1.06E-08 10 40 0.0126 5.44E-06 4 15 0.0079 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 15 35 0.0887 6.01E-06 13 54 0.1723 7.55E-06 5 20 0.0119 0.00E+00
$ x_4 $ 6 16 0.0204 5.47E-06 25 133 0.1284 3.35E-06 2 9 0.0079 0.00E+00
$ x_5 $ 8 20 0.0294 2.47E-06 27 138 0.0757 6.03E-06 2 11 0.0076 0.00E+00
$ x_6 $ 8 19 0.0362 1.95E-06 26 134 0.0350 4.52E-06 4 15 0.0102 0.00E+00
$ x_7 $ 8 20 0.0292 2.48E-06 25 133 0.1248 3.35E-06 2 11 0.0071 0.00E+00
$ x_8 $ 8 20 0.0299 2.49E-06 22 112 0.0317 4.53E-06 2 11 0.0080 0.00E+00
$ x_1 $ 5 14 0.0720 1.71E-07 17 73 0.0820 2.67E-06 2 9 0.0143 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 11 0.0457 2.31E-08 8 31 0.0563 8.85E-06 4 15 0.0182 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 15 35 0.0707 6.05E-06 13 54 1.5146 7.55E-06 5 20 0.0308 0.00E+00
$ x_4 $ 6 16 0.0492 5.61E-06 24 126 0.1178 2.59E-06 2 9 0.0154 0.00E+00
$ x_5 $ 8 20 0.0611 5.54E-06 39 226 0.4130 3.08E-06 2 11 0.0190 0.00E+00
$ x_6 $ 8 19 0.0831 1.95E-06 22 99 0.1434 5.73E-06 4 15 0.0251 0.00E+00
$ x_7 $ 8 20 0.0651 5.54E-06 24 126 0.1656 2.59E-06 2 11 0.0175 0.00E+00
$ x_8 $ 8 20 0.0476 5.55E-06 35 216 0.3063 8.62E-06 2 11 0.0242 0.00E+00
$ x_1 $ 5 14 0.0956 2.37E-07 15 60 0.1038 4.70E-06 2 9 0.0256 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 11 0.0494 3.25E-08 9 34 0.0697 5.29E-06 4 15 0.0457 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 15 35 0.2145 6.05E-06 13 54 3.1315 7.55E-06 5 20 0.0614 0.00E+00
$ x_4 $ 6 16 0.0723 5.75E-06 52 336 0.7500 6.45E-06 2 9 0.0262 0.00E+00
$ x_5 $ 8 20 0.1135 7.84E-06 39 257 0.8268 7.40E-06 2 11 0.0234 0.00E+00
$ x_6 $ 8 19 0.1167 1.95E-06 21 97 0.1880 7.11E-06 4 15 0.0360 0.00E+00
$ x_7 $ 8 20 0.1115 7.84E-06 58 456 0.8633 8.74E-06 2 11 0.0253 0.00E+00
$ x_8 $ 8 20 0.1302 7.84E-06 40 250 0.3797 4.87E-06 2 11 0.0324 0.00E+00
$ x_1 $ 7 23 0.3971 9.16E-11 14 56 0.2812 4.32E-06 3 16 0.1857 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 11 0.1609 7.25E-08 10 38 0.3246 3.24E-06 4 15 0.1384 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 15 35 0.6173 6.05E-06 13 54 25.8148 7.55E-06 5 20 0.1416 0.00E+00
$ x_4 $ 7 23 0.4199 7.98E-10 41 287 2.6315 4.61E-06 2 13 0.1230 0.00E+00
$ x_5 $ 9 23 0.3295 2.21E-06 43 261 7.0197 8.15E-06 2 10 0.0809 0.00E+00
$ x_6 $ 8 19 0.4273 1.95E-06 23 121 0.3488 2.56E-06 4 15 0.1403 0.00E+00
$ x_7 $ 9 23 0.4588 2.21E-06 42 295 2.2382 7.02E-06 3 13 0.1398 0.00E+00
$ x_8 $ 9 23 0.3960 2.21E-06 41 252 2.0126 5.39E-07 3 13 0.1062 0.00E+00
$ x_1 $ 7 27 0.9775 3.55E-07 14 56 0.5772 4.93E-06 3 18 0.5132 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 11 0.4880 1.03E-07 10 38 0.5872 4.73E-06 4 15 0.2445 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 15 35 1.0573 6.05E-06 13 54 87.3280 7.55E-06 5 20 0.3240 0.00E+00
$ x_4 $ 7 27 0.5609 3.63E-06 41 265 3.9792 2.29E-06 3 18 0.4003 0.00E+00
$ x_5 $ 9 24 1.1510 4.99E-06 52 420 13.2180 1.53E-06 2 10 0.2150 0.00E+00
$ x_6 $ 11 25 0.7559 9.20E-08 21 99 1.2739 4.64E-06 4 15 0.2824 0.00E+00
$ x_7 $ 9 24 1.0529 4.99E-06 41 266 3.6878 6.90E-06 3 13 0.1655 0.00E+00
$ x_8 $ 9 24 0.8091 4.99E-06 42 316 15.6351 3.58E-06 3 13 0.2459 0.00E+00
DPPM MDYP WYLP
DIMENSION INITIAL POINT ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM
1000 $ x_1 $ 5 14 0.2355 8.79E-08 16 69 0.0200 4.84E-06 2 9 0.0085 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 11 0.0156 1.06E-08 10 40 0.0126 5.44E-06 4 15 0.0079 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 15 35 0.0887 6.01E-06 13 54 0.1723 7.55E-06 5 20 0.0119 0.00E+00
$ x_4 $ 6 16 0.0204 5.47E-06 25 133 0.1284 3.35E-06 2 9 0.0079 0.00E+00
$ x_5 $ 8 20 0.0294 2.47E-06 27 138 0.0757 6.03E-06 2 11 0.0076 0.00E+00
$ x_6 $ 8 19 0.0362 1.95E-06 26 134 0.0350 4.52E-06 4 15 0.0102 0.00E+00
$ x_7 $ 8 20 0.0292 2.48E-06 25 133 0.1248 3.35E-06 2 11 0.0071 0.00E+00
$ x_8 $ 8 20 0.0299 2.49E-06 22 112 0.0317 4.53E-06 2 11 0.0080 0.00E+00
$ x_1 $ 5 14 0.0720 1.71E-07 17 73 0.0820 2.67E-06 2 9 0.0143 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 11 0.0457 2.31E-08 8 31 0.0563 8.85E-06 4 15 0.0182 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 15 35 0.0707 6.05E-06 13 54 1.5146 7.55E-06 5 20 0.0308 0.00E+00
$ x_4 $ 6 16 0.0492 5.61E-06 24 126 0.1178 2.59E-06 2 9 0.0154 0.00E+00
$ x_5 $ 8 20 0.0611 5.54E-06 39 226 0.4130 3.08E-06 2 11 0.0190 0.00E+00
$ x_6 $ 8 19 0.0831 1.95E-06 22 99 0.1434 5.73E-06 4 15 0.0251 0.00E+00
$ x_7 $ 8 20 0.0651 5.54E-06 24 126 0.1656 2.59E-06 2 11 0.0175 0.00E+00
$ x_8 $ 8 20 0.0476 5.55E-06 35 216 0.3063 8.62E-06 2 11 0.0242 0.00E+00
$ x_1 $ 5 14 0.0956 2.37E-07 15 60 0.1038 4.70E-06 2 9 0.0256 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 11 0.0494 3.25E-08 9 34 0.0697 5.29E-06 4 15 0.0457 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 15 35 0.2145 6.05E-06 13 54 3.1315 7.55E-06 5 20 0.0614 0.00E+00
$ x_4 $ 6 16 0.0723 5.75E-06 52 336 0.7500 6.45E-06 2 9 0.0262 0.00E+00
$ x_5 $ 8 20 0.1135 7.84E-06 39 257 0.8268 7.40E-06 2 11 0.0234 0.00E+00
$ x_6 $ 8 19 0.1167 1.95E-06 21 97 0.1880 7.11E-06 4 15 0.0360 0.00E+00
$ x_7 $ 8 20 0.1115 7.84E-06 58 456 0.8633 8.74E-06 2 11 0.0253 0.00E+00
$ x_8 $ 8 20 0.1302 7.84E-06 40 250 0.3797 4.87E-06 2 11 0.0324 0.00E+00
$ x_1 $ 7 23 0.3971 9.16E-11 14 56 0.2812 4.32E-06 3 16 0.1857 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 11 0.1609 7.25E-08 10 38 0.3246 3.24E-06 4 15 0.1384 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 15 35 0.6173 6.05E-06 13 54 25.8148 7.55E-06 5 20 0.1416 0.00E+00
$ x_4 $ 7 23 0.4199 7.98E-10 41 287 2.6315 4.61E-06 2 13 0.1230 0.00E+00
$ x_5 $ 9 23 0.3295 2.21E-06 43 261 7.0197 8.15E-06 2 10 0.0809 0.00E+00
$ x_6 $ 8 19 0.4273 1.95E-06 23 121 0.3488 2.56E-06 4 15 0.1403 0.00E+00
$ x_7 $ 9 23 0.4588 2.21E-06 42 295 2.2382 7.02E-06 3 13 0.1398 0.00E+00
$ x_8 $ 9 23 0.3960 2.21E-06 41 252 2.0126 5.39E-07 3 13 0.1062 0.00E+00
$ x_1 $ 7 27 0.9775 3.55E-07 14 56 0.5772 4.93E-06 3 18 0.5132 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 11 0.4880 1.03E-07 10 38 0.5872 4.73E-06 4 15 0.2445 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 15 35 1.0573 6.05E-06 13 54 87.3280 7.55E-06 5 20 0.3240 0.00E+00
$ x_4 $ 7 27 0.5609 3.63E-06 41 265 3.9792 2.29E-06 3 18 0.4003 0.00E+00
$ x_5 $ 9 24 1.1510 4.99E-06 52 420 13.2180 1.53E-06 2 10 0.2150 0.00E+00
$ x_6 $ 11 25 0.7559 9.20E-08 21 99 1.2739 4.64E-06 4 15 0.2824 0.00E+00
$ x_7 $ 9 24 1.0529 4.99E-06 41 266 3.6878 6.90E-06 3 13 0.1655 0.00E+00
$ x_8 $ 9 24 0.8091 4.99E-06 42 316 15.6351 3.58E-06 3 13 0.2459 0.00E+00
Table 3.  Numerical Results for DPPM, MDYP and WYLP for Problem 2 with given initial points and dimension, $ f $ represents failure
DPPM MDYP WYLP
DIMENSION INITIAL POINT ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM
1000 $ x_1 $ 9 26 0.0452 4.37E-06 13 40 0.0794 3.39E-06 19 93 0.3206 9.75E-07
$ x_2 $ 7 19 0.0244 7.69E-06 7 22 0.0300 5.13E-06 15 73 0.0934 4.17E-07
$ x_3 $ 8 22 0.0703 3.51E-06 11 36 0.1053 3.48E-06 15 73 0.1950 4.96E-07
$ x_4 $ 9 26 0.0401 6.71E-06 14 46 0.0217 7.56E-06 19 93 0.0969 9.62E-07
$ x_5 $ 10 29 0.0461 3.13E-06 14 46 0.0238 7.56E-06 19 93 0.1020 4.80E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 25 0.0377 6.09E-06 10 32 0.0135 8.15E-06 16 78 0.0441 6.75E-07
$ x_7 $ 10 29 0.0764 3.13E-06 14 46 0.0165 7.56E-06 19 93 0.0604 4.80E-07
$ x_8 $ 10 29 0.0419 3.13E-06 14 46 0.0264 7.53E-06 19 93 0.0568 4.81E-07
$ x_1 $ 9 26 0.1909 9.84E-06 13 40 0.0641 7.50E-06 20 98 0.4133 8.51E-07
$ x_2 $ 8 22 0.0677 3.39E-06 8 25 0.0360 4.94E-06 15 73 0.1504 9.03E-07
$ x_3 $ 8 22 0.1055 3.51E-06 11 36 1.2062 8.57E-06 15 73 0.1302 4.89E-07
$ x_4 $ 10 29 0.1083 2.25E-06 35 157 0.1346 7.40E-06 20 98 0.1267 8.49E-07
$ x_5 $ 10 29 0.1217 7.01E-06 31 138 0.4007 4.24E-06 20 98 0.1494 4.20E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 25 0.0721 6.02E-06 10 32 0.0487 8.13E-06 16 78 0.1823 6.64E-07
$ x_7 $ 10 29 0.1134 7.01E-06 31 138 0.2469 4.24E-06 20 98 0.1852 4.20E-07
$ x_8 $ 10 29 0.0780 7.01E-06 22 88 0.3009 7.25E-06 20 98 0.1700 4.21E-07
$ x_1 $ 10 29 0.1738 2.79E-06 14 43 0.1073 2.89E-06 21 103 0.5148 4.80E-07
$ x_2 $ 8 22 0.0853 4.78E-06 8 25 0.0799 6.92E-06 16 78 0.2554 5.09E-07
$ x_3 $ 8 22 0.0803 3.51E-06 11 36 3.0274 9.89E-06 15 73 0.1792 4.88E-07
$ x_4 $ 10 29 0.1861 2.99E-06 16 54 0.4752 4.83E-06 21 103 0.3229 4.79E-07
$ x_5 $ 10 29 0.2444 9.91E-06 16 54 0.1676 4.83E-06 20 98 0.3376 5.93E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 25 0.2425 6.02E-06 10 32 0.0720 8.13E-06 16 78 0.2158 6.63E-07
$ x_7 $ 10 29 0.2000 9.91E-06 16 54 0.1314 4.83E-06 20 98 0.2923 5.93E-07
$ x_8 $ 10 29 0.2440 9.92E-06 16 54 0.0871 4.69E-06 20 98 0.3689 5.93E-07
$ x_1 $ 12 39 1.0114 2.30E-06 14 43 0.4292 6.46E-06 23 116 2.6259 6.55E-07
$ x_2 $ 9 25 0.6191 2.13E-06 9 28 0.3785 1.05E-06 17 83 0.9079 4.53E-07
$ x_3 $ 8 22 0.3316 3.51E-06 12 39 24.3728 3.64E-06 15 73 0.4278 4.88E-07
$ x_4 $ 12 39 0.6189 2.30E-06 f f f f 23 116 1.4482 6.55E-07
$ x_5 $ 11 32 0.8394 4.43E-06 f f f f 21 103 1.7160 5.29E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 25 0.5946 6.01E-06 10 32 1.1865 8.12E-06 16 78 0.7065 6.62E-07
$ x_7 $ 11 32 0.7496 4.43E-06 f f f f 21 103 1.1586 5.29E-07
$ x_8 $ 11 32 0.8790 4.44E-06 f f f f 21 103 0.8051 5.29E-07
$ x_1 $ 12 45 2.1717 2.90E-06 14 43 1.1046 9.13E-06 25 130 3.6530 6.38E-07
$ x_2 $ 9 25 1.3327 3.02E-06 9 28 0.7541 1.49E-06 17 81 1.5444 1.60E-11
$ x_3 $ 8 22 0.9087 3.51E-06 12 41 94.8845 3.66E-06 15 73 1.2575 4.88E-07
$ x_4 $ 12 45 1.7092 3.05E-06 f f f f 25 130 1.9217 6.38E-07
$ x_5 $ 13 40 1.2000 2.81E-06 f f f f 22 110 2.0242 6.94E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 25 1.2705 6.01E-06 10 32 0.8082 8.12E-06 16 78 1.4797 6.62E-07
$ x_7 $ 13 40 1.9988 2.81E-06 f f f f 22 110 1.7161 6.94E-07
$ x_8 $ 13 40 1.7253 2.81E-06 f f f f 22 110 2.3099 6.94E-07
DPPM MDYP WYLP
DIMENSION INITIAL POINT ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM
1000 $ x_1 $ 9 26 0.0452 4.37E-06 13 40 0.0794 3.39E-06 19 93 0.3206 9.75E-07
$ x_2 $ 7 19 0.0244 7.69E-06 7 22 0.0300 5.13E-06 15 73 0.0934 4.17E-07
$ x_3 $ 8 22 0.0703 3.51E-06 11 36 0.1053 3.48E-06 15 73 0.1950 4.96E-07
$ x_4 $ 9 26 0.0401 6.71E-06 14 46 0.0217 7.56E-06 19 93 0.0969 9.62E-07
$ x_5 $ 10 29 0.0461 3.13E-06 14 46 0.0238 7.56E-06 19 93 0.1020 4.80E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 25 0.0377 6.09E-06 10 32 0.0135 8.15E-06 16 78 0.0441 6.75E-07
$ x_7 $ 10 29 0.0764 3.13E-06 14 46 0.0165 7.56E-06 19 93 0.0604 4.80E-07
$ x_8 $ 10 29 0.0419 3.13E-06 14 46 0.0264 7.53E-06 19 93 0.0568 4.81E-07
$ x_1 $ 9 26 0.1909 9.84E-06 13 40 0.0641 7.50E-06 20 98 0.4133 8.51E-07
$ x_2 $ 8 22 0.0677 3.39E-06 8 25 0.0360 4.94E-06 15 73 0.1504 9.03E-07
$ x_3 $ 8 22 0.1055 3.51E-06 11 36 1.2062 8.57E-06 15 73 0.1302 4.89E-07
$ x_4 $ 10 29 0.1083 2.25E-06 35 157 0.1346 7.40E-06 20 98 0.1267 8.49E-07
$ x_5 $ 10 29 0.1217 7.01E-06 31 138 0.4007 4.24E-06 20 98 0.1494 4.20E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 25 0.0721 6.02E-06 10 32 0.0487 8.13E-06 16 78 0.1823 6.64E-07
$ x_7 $ 10 29 0.1134 7.01E-06 31 138 0.2469 4.24E-06 20 98 0.1852 4.20E-07
$ x_8 $ 10 29 0.0780 7.01E-06 22 88 0.3009 7.25E-06 20 98 0.1700 4.21E-07
$ x_1 $ 10 29 0.1738 2.79E-06 14 43 0.1073 2.89E-06 21 103 0.5148 4.80E-07
$ x_2 $ 8 22 0.0853 4.78E-06 8 25 0.0799 6.92E-06 16 78 0.2554 5.09E-07
$ x_3 $ 8 22 0.0803 3.51E-06 11 36 3.0274 9.89E-06 15 73 0.1792 4.88E-07
$ x_4 $ 10 29 0.1861 2.99E-06 16 54 0.4752 4.83E-06 21 103 0.3229 4.79E-07
$ x_5 $ 10 29 0.2444 9.91E-06 16 54 0.1676 4.83E-06 20 98 0.3376 5.93E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 25 0.2425 6.02E-06 10 32 0.0720 8.13E-06 16 78 0.2158 6.63E-07
$ x_7 $ 10 29 0.2000 9.91E-06 16 54 0.1314 4.83E-06 20 98 0.2923 5.93E-07
$ x_8 $ 10 29 0.2440 9.92E-06 16 54 0.0871 4.69E-06 20 98 0.3689 5.93E-07
$ x_1 $ 12 39 1.0114 2.30E-06 14 43 0.4292 6.46E-06 23 116 2.6259 6.55E-07
$ x_2 $ 9 25 0.6191 2.13E-06 9 28 0.3785 1.05E-06 17 83 0.9079 4.53E-07
$ x_3 $ 8 22 0.3316 3.51E-06 12 39 24.3728 3.64E-06 15 73 0.4278 4.88E-07
$ x_4 $ 12 39 0.6189 2.30E-06 f f f f 23 116 1.4482 6.55E-07
$ x_5 $ 11 32 0.8394 4.43E-06 f f f f 21 103 1.7160 5.29E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 25 0.5946 6.01E-06 10 32 1.1865 8.12E-06 16 78 0.7065 6.62E-07
$ x_7 $ 11 32 0.7496 4.43E-06 f f f f 21 103 1.1586 5.29E-07
$ x_8 $ 11 32 0.8790 4.44E-06 f f f f 21 103 0.8051 5.29E-07
$ x_1 $ 12 45 2.1717 2.90E-06 14 43 1.1046 9.13E-06 25 130 3.6530 6.38E-07
$ x_2 $ 9 25 1.3327 3.02E-06 9 28 0.7541 1.49E-06 17 81 1.5444 1.60E-11
$ x_3 $ 8 22 0.9087 3.51E-06 12 41 94.8845 3.66E-06 15 73 1.2575 4.88E-07
$ x_4 $ 12 45 1.7092 3.05E-06 f f f f 25 130 1.9217 6.38E-07
$ x_5 $ 13 40 1.2000 2.81E-06 f f f f 22 110 2.0242 6.94E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 25 1.2705 6.01E-06 10 32 0.8082 8.12E-06 16 78 1.4797 6.62E-07
$ x_7 $ 13 40 1.9988 2.81E-06 f f f f 22 110 1.7161 6.94E-07
$ x_8 $ 13 40 1.7253 2.81E-06 f f f f 22 110 2.3099 6.94E-07
Table 4.  Numerical Results for DPPM, MDYP and WYLP for Problem 3 with given initial points and dimension, $ f $ represents failure
DPPM MDYP WYLP
DIMENSION INITIAL POINT ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM
1000 $ x_1 $ 4 8 0.8195 6.47E-09 12 39 0.0871 9.82E-06 2 8 0.0309 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 3 6 0.0912 8.25E-08 10 32 0.0564 9.57E-06 2 8 0.0068 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 13 27 0.0953 8.81E-06 9 29 0.2011 2.35E-06 13 51 0.0271 3.85E-07
$ x_4 $ 4 8 0.0192 1.42E-06 37 210 0.1077 2.98E-06 17 69 0.0250 7.21E-07
$ x_5 $ 6 12 0.0705 5.56E-06 37 210 0.0689 2.98E-06 17 73 0.0373 8.83E-07
$ x_6 $ 5 10 0.0919 6.68E-11 16 56 0.0211 7.32E-06 15 59 0.0292 8.78E-07
$ x_7 $ 6 12 0.0203 5.56E-06 37 210 0.0639 2.98E-06 17 73 0.0332 8.83E-07
$ x_8 $ 8 16 0.1217 4.35E-08 19 85 0.0470 6.92E-06 17 73 0.0263 8.83E-07
$ x_1 $ 4 8 0.0746 1.45E-08 13 42 0.0529 3.54E-06 2 8 0.0133 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 3 6 0.0249 1.84E-07 11 35 0.0574 3.71E-06 2 8 0.0097 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 13 27 0.1299 8.81E-06 9 29 1.1781 2.35E-06 13 51 0.0781 3.85E-07
$ x_4 $ 4 8 0.0397 1.28E-06 36 209 0.4912 3.49E-06 18 72 0.0891 3.15E-07
$ x_5 $ 13 26 0.0749 7.27E-13 36 209 0.3499 3.49E-06 18 76 0.1789 6.06E-07
$ x_6 $ 5 10 0.0320 6.70E-11 21 81 0.1014 7.63E-06 16 62 0.0643 9.17E-07
$ x_7 $ 13 26 0.0643 7.27E-13 36 209 0.3509 3.49E-06 18 76 0.1192 6.08E-07
$ x_8 $ 9 18 0.0524 8.51E-09 20 84 0.1209 8.44E-06 18 76 0.0923 6.07E-07
$ x_1 $ 4 8 0.3372 2.04E-08 13 42 0.0841 5.00E-06 2 8 0.0186 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 3 6 0.0404 2.61E-07 11 35 0.0801 5.24E-06 2 8 0.0165 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 13 27 0.1017 8.81E-06 9 29 3.2921 2.35E-06 13 51 0.0892 3.85E-07
$ x_4 $ 4 8 0.0452 1.30E-06 31 177 0.4489 1.82E-06 15 59 0.0737 8.90E-07
$ x_5 $ 11 22 0.1231 1.43E-10 31 177 0.3576 1.82E-06 18 76 0.0882 8.57E-07
$ x_6 $ 5 10 0.0408 6.70E-11 18 72 0.1468 8.19E-06 f f f f
$ x_7 $ 11 22 0.0840 1.43E-10 31 177 0.3460 1.82E-06 18 76 0.1498 8.57E-07
$ x_8 $ 12 24 0.0726 1.21E-11 29 153 0.3801 6.17E-06 18 76 0.1678 8.55E-07
$ x_1 $ 5 15 0.1876 1.58E-06 14 45 0.3743 4.52E-06 3 14 0.2255 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 3 6 0.1362 5.83E-07 12 38 0.3290 4.63E-06 2 8 0.1014 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 13 27 0.4447 8.81E-06 9 29 22.4652 2.35E-06 13 51 0.3770 3.85E-07
$ x_4 $ 6 17 0.3568 2.93E-10 40 278 8.4671 7.10E-06 18 73 0.6564 6.79E-07
$ x_5 $ 17 36 0.6444 7.27E-06 40 278 9.2475 7.10E-06 f f f f
$ x_6 $ 5 10 0.1576 6.71E-11 21 80 4.8421 9.53E-06 f f f f
$ x_7 $ 17 36 0.4210 7.27E-06 40 278 8.9672 7.10E-06 f f f f
$ x_8 $ 17 36 0.4061 7.27E-06 36 222 0.7206 4.06E-06 f f f f
$ x_1 $ 6 21 0.9043 8.13E-09 14 45 0.3008 6.39E-06 4 21 0.2761 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 3 6 0.2392 8.25E-07 12 38 0.6761 6.55E-06 2 8 0.1008 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 13 27 0.5491 8.81E-06 9 29 72.1280 2.35E-06 13 51 0.5589 3.85E-07
$ x_4 $ 6 21 0.4396 1.81E-08 34 224 3.5081 4.61E-06 19 80 1.1189 6.33E-07
$ x_5 $ 18 40 1.4053 7.38E-06 34 224 2.4146 4.61E-06 f f f f
$ x_6 $ 5 10 0.3521 6.71E-11 19 71 7.7563 4.00E-06 f f f f
$ x_7 $ 18 40 1.0043 7.38E-06 34 224 3.4369 4.61E-06 f f f f
$ x_8 $ 18 40 1.2596 7.38E-06 37 225 3.3577 4.58E-06 f f f f
DPPM MDYP WYLP
DIMENSION INITIAL POINT ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM
1000 $ x_1 $ 4 8 0.8195 6.47E-09 12 39 0.0871 9.82E-06 2 8 0.0309 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 3 6 0.0912 8.25E-08 10 32 0.0564 9.57E-06 2 8 0.0068 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 13 27 0.0953 8.81E-06 9 29 0.2011 2.35E-06 13 51 0.0271 3.85E-07
$ x_4 $ 4 8 0.0192 1.42E-06 37 210 0.1077 2.98E-06 17 69 0.0250 7.21E-07
$ x_5 $ 6 12 0.0705 5.56E-06 37 210 0.0689 2.98E-06 17 73 0.0373 8.83E-07
$ x_6 $ 5 10 0.0919 6.68E-11 16 56 0.0211 7.32E-06 15 59 0.0292 8.78E-07
$ x_7 $ 6 12 0.0203 5.56E-06 37 210 0.0639 2.98E-06 17 73 0.0332 8.83E-07
$ x_8 $ 8 16 0.1217 4.35E-08 19 85 0.0470 6.92E-06 17 73 0.0263 8.83E-07
$ x_1 $ 4 8 0.0746 1.45E-08 13 42 0.0529 3.54E-06 2 8 0.0133 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 3 6 0.0249 1.84E-07 11 35 0.0574 3.71E-06 2 8 0.0097 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 13 27 0.1299 8.81E-06 9 29 1.1781 2.35E-06 13 51 0.0781 3.85E-07
$ x_4 $ 4 8 0.0397 1.28E-06 36 209 0.4912 3.49E-06 18 72 0.0891 3.15E-07
$ x_5 $ 13 26 0.0749 7.27E-13 36 209 0.3499 3.49E-06 18 76 0.1789 6.06E-07
$ x_6 $ 5 10 0.0320 6.70E-11 21 81 0.1014 7.63E-06 16 62 0.0643 9.17E-07
$ x_7 $ 13 26 0.0643 7.27E-13 36 209 0.3509 3.49E-06 18 76 0.1192 6.08E-07
$ x_8 $ 9 18 0.0524 8.51E-09 20 84 0.1209 8.44E-06 18 76 0.0923 6.07E-07
$ x_1 $ 4 8 0.3372 2.04E-08 13 42 0.0841 5.00E-06 2 8 0.0186 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 3 6 0.0404 2.61E-07 11 35 0.0801 5.24E-06 2 8 0.0165 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 13 27 0.1017 8.81E-06 9 29 3.2921 2.35E-06 13 51 0.0892 3.85E-07
$ x_4 $ 4 8 0.0452 1.30E-06 31 177 0.4489 1.82E-06 15 59 0.0737 8.90E-07
$ x_5 $ 11 22 0.1231 1.43E-10 31 177 0.3576 1.82E-06 18 76 0.0882 8.57E-07
$ x_6 $ 5 10 0.0408 6.70E-11 18 72 0.1468 8.19E-06 f f f f
$ x_7 $ 11 22 0.0840 1.43E-10 31 177 0.3460 1.82E-06 18 76 0.1498 8.57E-07
$ x_8 $ 12 24 0.0726 1.21E-11 29 153 0.3801 6.17E-06 18 76 0.1678 8.55E-07
$ x_1 $ 5 15 0.1876 1.58E-06 14 45 0.3743 4.52E-06 3 14 0.2255 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 3 6 0.1362 5.83E-07 12 38 0.3290 4.63E-06 2 8 0.1014 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 13 27 0.4447 8.81E-06 9 29 22.4652 2.35E-06 13 51 0.3770 3.85E-07
$ x_4 $ 6 17 0.3568 2.93E-10 40 278 8.4671 7.10E-06 18 73 0.6564 6.79E-07
$ x_5 $ 17 36 0.6444 7.27E-06 40 278 9.2475 7.10E-06 f f f f
$ x_6 $ 5 10 0.1576 6.71E-11 21 80 4.8421 9.53E-06 f f f f
$ x_7 $ 17 36 0.4210 7.27E-06 40 278 8.9672 7.10E-06 f f f f
$ x_8 $ 17 36 0.4061 7.27E-06 36 222 0.7206 4.06E-06 f f f f
$ x_1 $ 6 21 0.9043 8.13E-09 14 45 0.3008 6.39E-06 4 21 0.2761 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 3 6 0.2392 8.25E-07 12 38 0.6761 6.55E-06 2 8 0.1008 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 13 27 0.5491 8.81E-06 9 29 72.1280 2.35E-06 13 51 0.5589 3.85E-07
$ x_4 $ 6 21 0.4396 1.81E-08 34 224 3.5081 4.61E-06 19 80 1.1189 6.33E-07
$ x_5 $ 18 40 1.4053 7.38E-06 34 224 2.4146 4.61E-06 f f f f
$ x_6 $ 5 10 0.3521 6.71E-11 19 71 7.7563 4.00E-06 f f f f
$ x_7 $ 18 40 1.0043 7.38E-06 34 224 3.4369 4.61E-06 f f f f
$ x_8 $ 18 40 1.2596 7.38E-06 37 225 3.3577 4.58E-06 f f f f
Table 5.  Numerical Results for DPPM, MDYP and WYLP for Problem 4 with given initial points and dimension, $ f $ represents failure
DPPM MDYP WYLP
DIMENSION INITIAL POINT ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM
1000 $ x_1 $ 10 29 0.1975 5.56E-06 13 41 0.0277 2.04E-06 17 83 0.0574 5.78E-07
$ x_2 $ 10 29 0.0528 8.48E-06 13 41 0.0191 3.11E-06 19 89 0.0732 7.34E-07
$ x_3 $ 10 28 0.0530 1.66E-14 13 41 0.0182 3.22E-06 f f f f
$ x_4 $ 10 28 0.0521 1.31E-14 13 41 0.0229 2.65E-06 f f f f
$ x_5 $ 10 28 0.0362 1.23E-14 13 41 0.0206 2.65E-06 20 92 0.0418 6.37E-07
$ x_6 $ 10 28 0.0370 1.12E-14 13 41 0.0291 3.22E-06 17 83 0.0544 7.43E-07
$ x_7 $ 10 28 0.0345 1.23E-14 13 41 0.0273 2.65E-06 20 92 0.0623 6.37E-07
$ x_8 $ 10 28 0.0388 1.16E-14 13 41 0.0181 2.65E-06 20 92 0.0504 6.37E-07
$ x_1 $ 11 32 0.1438 2.49E-06 13 41 0.2237 4.56E-06 f f f f
$ x_2 $ 10 30 0.1277 0.00E+00 13 41 0.2464 6.96E-06 657 2006 2.2801 4.71E-07
$ x_3 $ 11 34 0.1592 9.60E-06 13 41 0.0676 7.22E-06 21 104 0.2050 3.40E-08
$ x_4 $ 11 32 0.1546 2.49E-06 13 41 0.0814 5.94E-06 17 83 0.1518 8.10E-07
$ x_5 $ 11 34 0.0902 7.90E-06 13 41 0.1253 5.94E-06 21 105 0.1327 6.96E-07
$ x_6 $ 11 34 0.2370 9.60E-06 13 41 0.0804 7.22E-06 19 94 0.1391 1.91E-07
$ x_7 $ 11 34 0.1372 7.90E-06 13 41 0.0817 5.94E-06 21 105 0.1985 6.96E-07
$ x_8 $ 11 34 0.1759 7.90E-06 13 41 0.0618 5.94E-06 21 105 0.1921 6.96E-07
$ x_1 $ 10 30 0.3047 8.88E-16 13 41 0.1117 6.46E-06 248 777 2.4396 7.71E-07
$ x_2 $ 12 41 0.4791 8.80E-06 13 41 0.2053 9.84E-06 321 999 3.1750 7.52E-07
$ x_3 $ 11 37 0.2859 1.33E-15 14 44 0.2424 4.02E-06 f f f f
$ x_4 $ 11 34 0.2346 8.59E-06 13 41 0.1677 8.41E-06 27 116 0.1964 4.43E-07
$ x_5 $ 12 39 0.3669 4.87E-06 13 41 0.1120 8.41E-06 22 111 0.4084 6.30E-07
$ x_6 $ 12 41 0.2340 9.13E-06 14 44 0.1076 4.02E-06 240 756 2.1246 6.20E-07
$ x_7 $ 12 39 0.3153 4.87E-06 13 41 0.1737 8.41E-06 22 111 0.5055 6.30E-07
$ x_8 $ 12 39 0.3989 4.87E-06 13 41 0.1488 8.40E-06 22 111 0.3394 6.30E-07
$ x_1 $ 9 38 0.8360 0.00E+00 14 44 0.6011 5.69E-06 22 107 1.0331 4.71E-07
$ x_2 $ 13 66 1.4044 9.93E-14 14 44 0.7478 8.67E-06 23 121 1.4131 8.76E-07
$ x_3 $ 13 69 1.1444 9.93E-16 14 44 0.7075 9.00E-06 29 140 1.7453 9.92E-07
$ x_4 $ 10 41 1.0490 2.03E-14 14 44 0.5255 7.40E-06 f f f f
$ x_5 $ 11 53 1.4307 4.86E-14 14 44 0.6108 7.40E-06 277 878 5.8666 8.74E-07
$ x_6 $ 14 72 1.6761 7.15E-15 14 44 0.6519 9.00E-06 f f f f
$ x_7 $ 11 53 1.0887 4.86E-14 14 44 0.5013 7.40E-06 277 878 5.8247 8.74E-07
$ x_8 $ 11 53 0.9404 4.86E-14 14 44 0.6483 7.40E-06 23 116 1.6068 8.75E-07
$ x_1 $ 13 61 2.9900 1.40E-13 14 44 1.2238 8.04E-06 21 114 2.6706 4.32E-07
$ x_2 $ 15 92 4.1893 1.40E-13 15 47 1.0116 2.14E-06 24 140 3.1769 7.35E-07
$ x_3 $ 15 98 3.8911 1.40E-13 15 47 1.2457 2.23E-06 29 158 2.5033 8.14E-07
$ x_4 $ 11 55 2.2741 1.72E-14 15 47 1.3337 1.83E-06 21 114 1.5601 6.03E-07
$ x_5 $ 13 77 3.0852 9.15E-14 15 47 1.4839 1.83E-06 75 284 7.6840 8.99E-07
$ x_6 $ 15 98 3.7006 1.33E-13 15 47 1.2636 2.23E-06 567 1772 31.9028 7.18E-07
$ x_7 $ 13 77 3.3259 9.15E-14 15 47 1.3969 1.83E-06 75 284 5.1793 8.99E-07
$ x_8 $ 13 77 2.3221 9.15E-14 15 47 1.4001 1.83E-06 75 284 5.6734 8.99E-07
DPPM MDYP WYLP
DIMENSION INITIAL POINT ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM
1000 $ x_1 $ 10 29 0.1975 5.56E-06 13 41 0.0277 2.04E-06 17 83 0.0574 5.78E-07
$ x_2 $ 10 29 0.0528 8.48E-06 13 41 0.0191 3.11E-06 19 89 0.0732 7.34E-07
$ x_3 $ 10 28 0.0530 1.66E-14 13 41 0.0182 3.22E-06 f f f f
$ x_4 $ 10 28 0.0521 1.31E-14 13 41 0.0229 2.65E-06 f f f f
$ x_5 $ 10 28 0.0362 1.23E-14 13 41 0.0206 2.65E-06 20 92 0.0418 6.37E-07
$ x_6 $ 10 28 0.0370 1.12E-14 13 41 0.0291 3.22E-06 17 83 0.0544 7.43E-07
$ x_7 $ 10 28 0.0345 1.23E-14 13 41 0.0273 2.65E-06 20 92 0.0623 6.37E-07
$ x_8 $ 10 28 0.0388 1.16E-14 13 41 0.0181 2.65E-06 20 92 0.0504 6.37E-07
$ x_1 $ 11 32 0.1438 2.49E-06 13 41 0.2237 4.56E-06 f f f f
$ x_2 $ 10 30 0.1277 0.00E+00 13 41 0.2464 6.96E-06 657 2006 2.2801 4.71E-07
$ x_3 $ 11 34 0.1592 9.60E-06 13 41 0.0676 7.22E-06 21 104 0.2050 3.40E-08
$ x_4 $ 11 32 0.1546 2.49E-06 13 41 0.0814 5.94E-06 17 83 0.1518 8.10E-07
$ x_5 $ 11 34 0.0902 7.90E-06 13 41 0.1253 5.94E-06 21 105 0.1327 6.96E-07
$ x_6 $ 11 34 0.2370 9.60E-06 13 41 0.0804 7.22E-06 19 94 0.1391 1.91E-07
$ x_7 $ 11 34 0.1372 7.90E-06 13 41 0.0817 5.94E-06 21 105 0.1985 6.96E-07
$ x_8 $ 11 34 0.1759 7.90E-06 13 41 0.0618 5.94E-06 21 105 0.1921 6.96E-07
$ x_1 $ 10 30 0.3047 8.88E-16 13 41 0.1117 6.46E-06 248 777 2.4396 7.71E-07
$ x_2 $ 12 41 0.4791 8.80E-06 13 41 0.2053 9.84E-06 321 999 3.1750 7.52E-07
$ x_3 $ 11 37 0.2859 1.33E-15 14 44 0.2424 4.02E-06 f f f f
$ x_4 $ 11 34 0.2346 8.59E-06 13 41 0.1677 8.41E-06 27 116 0.1964 4.43E-07
$ x_5 $ 12 39 0.3669 4.87E-06 13 41 0.1120 8.41E-06 22 111 0.4084 6.30E-07
$ x_6 $ 12 41 0.2340 9.13E-06 14 44 0.1076 4.02E-06 240 756 2.1246 6.20E-07
$ x_7 $ 12 39 0.3153 4.87E-06 13 41 0.1737 8.41E-06 22 111 0.5055 6.30E-07
$ x_8 $ 12 39 0.3989 4.87E-06 13 41 0.1488 8.40E-06 22 111 0.3394 6.30E-07
$ x_1 $ 9 38 0.8360 0.00E+00 14 44 0.6011 5.69E-06 22 107 1.0331 4.71E-07
$ x_2 $ 13 66 1.4044 9.93E-14 14 44 0.7478 8.67E-06 23 121 1.4131 8.76E-07
$ x_3 $ 13 69 1.1444 9.93E-16 14 44 0.7075 9.00E-06 29 140 1.7453 9.92E-07
$ x_4 $ 10 41 1.0490 2.03E-14 14 44 0.5255 7.40E-06 f f f f
$ x_5 $ 11 53 1.4307 4.86E-14 14 44 0.6108 7.40E-06 277 878 5.8666 8.74E-07
$ x_6 $ 14 72 1.6761 7.15E-15 14 44 0.6519 9.00E-06 f f f f
$ x_7 $ 11 53 1.0887 4.86E-14 14 44 0.5013 7.40E-06 277 878 5.8247 8.74E-07
$ x_8 $ 11 53 0.9404 4.86E-14 14 44 0.6483 7.40E-06 23 116 1.6068 8.75E-07
$ x_1 $ 13 61 2.9900 1.40E-13 14 44 1.2238 8.04E-06 21 114 2.6706 4.32E-07
$ x_2 $ 15 92 4.1893 1.40E-13 15 47 1.0116 2.14E-06 24 140 3.1769 7.35E-07
$ x_3 $ 15 98 3.8911 1.40E-13 15 47 1.2457 2.23E-06 29 158 2.5033 8.14E-07
$ x_4 $ 11 55 2.2741 1.72E-14 15 47 1.3337 1.83E-06 21 114 1.5601 6.03E-07
$ x_5 $ 13 77 3.0852 9.15E-14 15 47 1.4839 1.83E-06 75 284 7.6840 8.99E-07
$ x_6 $ 15 98 3.7006 1.33E-13 15 47 1.2636 2.23E-06 567 1772 31.9028 7.18E-07
$ x_7 $ 13 77 3.3259 9.15E-14 15 47 1.3969 1.83E-06 75 284 5.1793 8.99E-07
$ x_8 $ 13 77 2.3221 9.15E-14 15 47 1.4001 1.83E-06 75 284 5.6734 8.99E-07
Table 6.  Numerical Results for DPPM, MDYP and WYLP for Problem 5 with given initial points and dimension, $ f $ represents failure
DPPM MDYP WYLP
DIMENSION INITIAL POINT ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM
1000 $ x_1 $ 5 12 0.2244 3.26E-06 11 38 0.2095 3.21E-06 2 9 0.0260 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 8 0.1030 7.57E-08 9 29 0.0294 8.71E-06 2 8 0.0143 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 5 11 0.0745 1.28E-07 12 38 0.1401 1.70E-06 4 14 0.0322 2.22E-16
$ x_4 $ 7 16 0.0238 1.92E-06 21 79 0.0319 6.66E-06 12 45 0.0305 7.78E-08
$ x_5 $ 9 19 0.0954 6.02E-06 21 79 0.0333 6.66E-06 14 54 0.0385 3.41E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 19 0.0316 4.09E-06 11 36 0.0131 3.32E-06 14 54 0.0249 2.67E-07
$ x_7 $ 9 19 0.0215 6.02E-06 21 79 0.0265 6.66E-06 14 54 0.0204 3.42E-07
$ x_8 $ 9 19 0.0286 5.97E-06 17 61 0.0164 6.86E-06 14 54 0.0198 3.92E-07
$ x_1 $ 5 12 0.0353 7.29E-06 11 38 0.0340 7.19E-06 2 9 0.0136 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 8 0.0247 1.69E-07 10 32 0.0334 8.33E-06 2 8 0.0197 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 5 11 0.0330 1.28E-07 12 38 1.4578 1.70E-06 4 14 0.0172 2.22E-16
$ x_4 $ 7 16 0.0494 1.79E-06 19 69 0.0617 2.22E-06 12 47 0.0369 9.52E-07
$ x_5 $ 9 20 0.0565 2.04E-06 19 69 0.0724 2.22E-06 15 59 0.0548 3.37E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 19 0.0677 4.92E-06 11 36 0.0424 3.32E-06 14 54 0.0385 6.25E-07
$ x_7 $ 9 20 0.0583 2.04E-06 19 69 0.0908 2.22E-06 15 59 0.0642 3.32E-07
$ x_8 $ 9 20 0.0440 2.04E-06 27 122 0.1471 3.72E-06 15 59 0.0605 3.36E-07
$ x_1 $ 6 14 0.0693 3.67E-10 12 41 0.0766 4.72E-06 2 9 0.0312 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 8 0.0665 2.39E-07 11 35 0.0800 1.49E-06 2 8 0.0131 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 5 11 0.0537 1.28E-07 12 38 2.5950 1.70E-06 4 14 0.0239 2.22E-16
$ x_4 $ 8 18 0.1273 3.07E-07 17 62 0.1395 9.13E-06 12 47 0.0824 7.20E-07
$ x_5 $ 9 20 0.0858 2.89E-06 17 62 0.1122 9.13E-06 15 59 0.0614 4.78E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 19 0.1316 4.92E-06 11 36 0.0749 3.32E-06 14 54 0.0617 7.36E-07
$ x_7 $ 9 20 0.0844 2.89E-06 17 62 0.1038 9.13E-06 15 59 0.0613 4.75E-07
$ x_8 $ 9 20 0.1005 2.89E-06 27 103 0.4661 2.52E-06 15 59 0.0524 4.75E-07
$ x_1 $ 7 20 0.4618 3.27E-08 13 44 0.3079 7.07E-07 2 10 0.0474 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 8 0.1123 5.35E-07 11 35 0.3012 3.33E-06 2 8 0.0923 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 5 11 0.1031 1.28E-07 12 38 23.8270 1.70E-06 4 14 0.1142 2.22E-16
$ x_4 $ 7 20 0.4022 3.43E-08 18 65 0.5567 8.62E-06 10 42 0.2322 7.89E-08
$ x_5 $ 9 21 0.3592 4.85E-06 18 65 0.3972 8.62E-06 16 65 0.4585 8.55E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 19 0.3959 4.92E-06 11 36 0.2964 3.32E-06 f f f f
$ x_7 $ 9 21 0.3742 4.85E-06 18 65 0.4319 8.62E-06 16 65 0.1987 8.49E-07
$ x_8 $ 9 21 0.3703 4.85E-06 18 65 0.5524 8.97E-06 16 65 0.5407 8.39E-07
$ x_1 $ 7 23 0.7369 4.77E-06 13 44 0.7618 1.00E-06 3 16 0.1932 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 8 0.2658 7.57E-07 11 35 0.4434 4.71E-06 2 8 0.1158 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 5 11 0.3353 1.28E-07 12 38 107.4606 1.70E-06 4 14 0.2615 2.22E-16
$ x_4 $ 7 23 0.7591 4.81E-06 19 68 0.4613 2.35E-06 14 59 0.6242 5.49E-07
$ x_5 $ 9 22 0.7743 8.65E-06 19 68 1.1533 2.35E-06 f f f f
$ x_6 $ 9 19 0.6254 4.92E-06 11 36 0.5491 3.32E-06 f f f f
$ x_7 $ 9 22 0.7055 8.65E-06 19 68 1.0239 2.35E-06 f f f f
$ x_8 $ 9 22 0.5172 8.66E-06 19 68 0.9601 2.41E-06 f f f f
DPPM MDYP WYLP
DIMENSION INITIAL POINT ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM ITER FVAL TIME NORM
1000 $ x_1 $ 5 12 0.2244 3.26E-06 11 38 0.2095 3.21E-06 2 9 0.0260 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 8 0.1030 7.57E-08 9 29 0.0294 8.71E-06 2 8 0.0143 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 5 11 0.0745 1.28E-07 12 38 0.1401 1.70E-06 4 14 0.0322 2.22E-16
$ x_4 $ 7 16 0.0238 1.92E-06 21 79 0.0319 6.66E-06 12 45 0.0305 7.78E-08
$ x_5 $ 9 19 0.0954 6.02E-06 21 79 0.0333 6.66E-06 14 54 0.0385 3.41E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 19 0.0316 4.09E-06 11 36 0.0131 3.32E-06 14 54 0.0249 2.67E-07
$ x_7 $ 9 19 0.0215 6.02E-06 21 79 0.0265 6.66E-06 14 54 0.0204 3.42E-07
$ x_8 $ 9 19 0.0286 5.97E-06 17 61 0.0164 6.86E-06 14 54 0.0198 3.92E-07
$ x_1 $ 5 12 0.0353 7.29E-06 11 38 0.0340 7.19E-06 2 9 0.0136 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 8 0.0247 1.69E-07 10 32 0.0334 8.33E-06 2 8 0.0197 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 5 11 0.0330 1.28E-07 12 38 1.4578 1.70E-06 4 14 0.0172 2.22E-16
$ x_4 $ 7 16 0.0494 1.79E-06 19 69 0.0617 2.22E-06 12 47 0.0369 9.52E-07
$ x_5 $ 9 20 0.0565 2.04E-06 19 69 0.0724 2.22E-06 15 59 0.0548 3.37E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 19 0.0677 4.92E-06 11 36 0.0424 3.32E-06 14 54 0.0385 6.25E-07
$ x_7 $ 9 20 0.0583 2.04E-06 19 69 0.0908 2.22E-06 15 59 0.0642 3.32E-07
$ x_8 $ 9 20 0.0440 2.04E-06 27 122 0.1471 3.72E-06 15 59 0.0605 3.36E-07
$ x_1 $ 6 14 0.0693 3.67E-10 12 41 0.0766 4.72E-06 2 9 0.0312 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 8 0.0665 2.39E-07 11 35 0.0800 1.49E-06 2 8 0.0131 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 5 11 0.0537 1.28E-07 12 38 2.5950 1.70E-06 4 14 0.0239 2.22E-16
$ x_4 $ 8 18 0.1273 3.07E-07 17 62 0.1395 9.13E-06 12 47 0.0824 7.20E-07
$ x_5 $ 9 20 0.0858 2.89E-06 17 62 0.1122 9.13E-06 15 59 0.0614 4.78E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 19 0.1316 4.92E-06 11 36 0.0749 3.32E-06 14 54 0.0617 7.36E-07
$ x_7 $ 9 20 0.0844 2.89E-06 17 62 0.1038 9.13E-06 15 59 0.0613 4.75E-07
$ x_8 $ 9 20 0.1005 2.89E-06 27 103 0.4661 2.52E-06 15 59 0.0524 4.75E-07
$ x_1 $ 7 20 0.4618 3.27E-08 13 44 0.3079 7.07E-07 2 10 0.0474 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 8 0.1123 5.35E-07 11 35 0.3012 3.33E-06 2 8 0.0923 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 5 11 0.1031 1.28E-07 12 38 23.8270 1.70E-06 4 14 0.1142 2.22E-16
$ x_4 $ 7 20 0.4022 3.43E-08 18 65 0.5567 8.62E-06 10 42 0.2322 7.89E-08
$ x_5 $ 9 21 0.3592 4.85E-06 18 65 0.3972 8.62E-06 16 65 0.4585 8.55E-07
$ x_6 $ 9 19 0.3959 4.92E-06 11 36 0.2964 3.32E-06 f f f f
$ x_7 $ 9 21 0.3742 4.85E-06 18 65 0.4319 8.62E-06 16 65 0.1987 8.49E-07
$ x_8 $ 9 21 0.3703 4.85E-06 18 65 0.5524 8.97E-06 16 65 0.5407 8.39E-07
$ x_1 $ 7 23 0.7369 4.77E-06 13 44 0.7618 1.00E-06 3 16 0.1932 0.00E+00
$ x_2 $ 4 8 0.2658 7.57E-07 11 35 0.4434 4.71E-06 2 8 0.1158 0.00E+00
$ x_3 $ 5 11 0.3353 1.28E-07 12 38 107.4606 1.70E-06 4 14 0.2615 2.22E-16
$ x_4 $ 7 23 0.7591 4.81E-06 19 68 0.4613 2.35E-06 14 59 0.6242 5.49E-07
$ x_5 $ 9 22 0.7743 8.65E-06 19 68 1.1533 2.35E-06 f f f f
$ x_6 $ 9 19 0.6254 4.92E-06 11 36 0.5491 3.32E-06 f f f f
$ x_7 $ 9 22 0.7055 8.65E-06 19 68 1.0239 2.35E-06 f f f f
$ x_8 $ 9 22 0.5172 8.66E-06 19 68 0.9601 2.41E-06 f f f f
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