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Mathematical Programming

, Volume 174, Issue 1–2, pp 453–471 | Cite as

Solving monotone stochastic variational inequalities and complementarity problems by progressive hedging

  • R. Tyrrell RockafellarEmail author
  • Jie Sun
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Abstract

The concept of a stochastic variational inequality has recently been articulated in a new way that is able to cover, in particular, the optimality conditions for a multistage stochastic programming problem. One of the long-standing methods for solving such an optimization problem under convexity is the progressive hedging algorithm. That approach is demonstrated here to be applicable also to solving multistage stochastic variational inequality problems under monotonicity, thus increasing the range of applications for progressive hedging. Stochastic complementarity problems as a special case are explored numerically in a linear two-stage formulation.

Keywords

Progressive hedging algorithm Stochastic variational inequality problems Stochastic complementarity problems Stochastic programming problems Maximal monotone mappings Proximal point algorithm Problem decomposition 

Mathematics Subject Classification

90C15 49J20 47H05 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of MathematicsUniversity of WashingtonSeattleUSA
  2. 2.Department of Mathematics and StatisticsCurtin UniversityBentleyAustralia

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