JuliaCon 2023

Stochastic programming application for LNGC logistics
07-28, 11:50–12:00 (US/Eastern), 32-155

I would like to share with the JuMP community some of my experience building stochastic programming models in production, this talk will discuss design patterns used for an LNGC logistics problem developed in an R&D project.

In this talk, I will go through useful first principles on how to create maintainable stochastic programming JuMP applications by discussing different design patterns that make it easier to maintain a pipeline of building, modifying, solving, and retrieving solutions of JuMP models in an orderly manner. The design patterns go from how to structure the code directory to ways of separating code into functions of the complete stochastic programming pipeline. Everything will be discussed with an LNGC logistics problem as background.

Guilherme works with Julia in production since 2019.

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