Monday, 15:45 - 16:10 h, Room: MA 144

 

Dragos Ciocan
Dynamic allocation problems with volatile demand

Coauthor: Vivek Farias

 

Abstract:
We present a simple, easy to interpret algorithm for a large class of dynamic allocation problems with unknown, volatile demand. Potential applications include Ad Display problems and network revenue management problems. The algorithm operates in an online fashion and relies on re-optimization and forecast updates. The algorithm is robust (as witnessed by uniform worst case guarantees for arbitrarily volatile demand) and in the event that demand volatility (or equivalently deviations in realized demand from forecasts) is not large, the method is simultaneously optimal. Computational experiments, including experiments with data from real world problem instances, demonstrate the practicality and value of the approach. From a theoretical perspective, we introduce a new device – a balancing property – that allows us to understand the impact of changing bases in our scheme.

 

Talk 2 of the invited session Mon.3.MA 144
"Approximation algorithms for stochastic revenue management optimization" [...]
Cluster 22
"Stochastic optimization" [...]

 

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