Online Stochastic Packing Applied to Display Ad Allocation.

Janak SL, Taylor MS, Floudas CA, Burka M, Mountziaris TJ (2006) Novel and effective integer optimization approach for the nsf panel-assignment problem: a multiresource and preference-constrained generalized assignment problem.

This paper addresses a general stochastic user equilibrium (SUE) traffic assignment problem with link capacity constraints. It first proposes a novel linearly constrained minimization model in terms of path flows and then shows that any of its local minimums satisfies the generalized SUE conditions. As the objective function of the proposed model.


The Online Stochastic Generalized Assignment Problem

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The Online Stochastic Generalized Assignment Problem

The sequential stochastic assignment problem (SSAP) assigns sequentially arriving tasks with stochastic parameters (coming from a known distribution) to workers with fixed success rates so as to maximize the total expected reward. This paper studies the generalized SSAP (GSSAP), an extension of SSAP with no prior information on task values.

The Online Stochastic Generalized Assignment Problem

Online problems are problems where information is revealed incrementally, and decisions must be made before all information is available. We design and analyze algorithms for a variety of online problems, including traveling salesman problems with rejection options, generalized assignment problems, stochastic matching problems, and resource allocation problems.

 

The Online Stochastic Generalized Assignment Problem

The online SWM problem is a natural generalization of the online matching (20,17,13,1,23), budgeted allocation (24,4,5,15) and online weighted matching problems (1,11), along with more general.

The Online Stochastic Generalized Assignment Problem

The generalized assignment problem (GAP) has been studied by numerous researchers over the past 30 years or so. Simply stated, one must find a minimum-cost assignment of tasks to agents such that.

The Online Stochastic Generalized Assignment Problem

Such a framework encapsulates many online stochastic variants of common optimization problems including bin packing, generalized assignment, and network revenue management. In such settings, we study a natural model-predictive control algorithm that acts greedily based on an updated certainty-equivalent optimization problem in each period.

The Online Stochastic Generalized Assignment Problem

This paper presents an online advertising assignment problem that generalizes the online version of the bipartite matching problem. Specifically, it focuses on the Display Ads problem, which is a generalization of the edge-weighted and capacitated matching problem. The display ads problem has been studied alongside the property of free disposal, in which an advertisement is allowed to be.

 

The Online Stochastic Generalized Assignment Problem

Inspired by online ad allocation, we study online stochastic packing linear programs from theoretical and practical standpoints. We first present a near-optimal online algorithm for a general class of packing linear programs which model various online resource allocation problems including online variants of routing, ad allocations, generalized assignment, and combinatorial auctions.

The Online Stochastic Generalized Assignment Problem

Stochastic generalized transportation problem with discrete distribution of demand 13 Because of the fact that the variables Bj have discrete distributions, their cumula-tive distributions are non-decreasing step functions (piecewise linear) and so the func-tions fj are piecewise linear.

The Online Stochastic Generalized Assignment Problem

Online Stochastic Packing applied to Display Ad Allocation Jon Feldman Monika Henzinger y Nitish Korula z Vahab S. Mirrokni Cliff Steinx May 28, 2018 Abstract Inspired by online ad allocation, we study online stochastic packing linear programs from theoretical and practical standpoints.

The Online Stochastic Generalized Assignment Problem

Abstract: Inspired by online ad allocation, we study online stochastic packing linear programs from theoretical and practical standpoints. We first present a near-optimal online algorithm for a general class of packing linear programs which model various online resource allocation problems including online variants of routing, ad allocations, generalized assignment, and combinatorial auctions.

 


Online Stochastic Packing Applied to Display Ad Allocation.

Matching is a classic problem with a rich history and a significant impact, both on the theory of algorithms and in practice. Recently there has been a surge of interest in the online version of matching and its generalizations, due to the important new application domain of Internet advertising.

In this network, travelers face with stochastic travel times. Their selection of routes and departure times follows the UE principle in terms of the mean generalized route cost, which is defined as the probabilistic dynamic user optimal (PDUO) principle. The proposed PDUO-SRDTC problem is formulated as a variational inequality (VI) problem.

Abstract. Inspired by online ad allocation, we study online stochastic packing linear programs from theoretical and practical standpoints. We first present a near-optimal online algorithm for a general class of packing linear programs which model various online resource allocation problems including online variants of routing, ad allocations, generalized assignment, and combinatorial auctions.

Model for Network Assignment Problem of Capacitated Freight with Disruptions. and Andreatta and Romeo (16) studied the online shortest path problem with stochastic arc presence and known probability distri-bution functions. Polychronopoulos and Tsitsiklis solved the online. The generalized cost of transporting commodities in the network.

Online matching Secretary problem Sequential assignment: Abstract: The Sequential Stochastic Assignment Problem (SSAP) deals with assigning sequentially arriving tasks with stochastic parameters to workers with fixed success rates. The reward of each assignment is the product of the worker's success rate and the task value assigned to the worker.

Four assignment problems are introduced in this thesis,. The rst problem studied in this thesis is a two-stage stochastic matching problem in both online and oine versions. In this. goal is to give polynomial time algorithms to nd the quantity produced by rms in each market at the equilibrium for generalized cost and price functions.