Re: [eclipse-clp-users] Segmentation fault when loading large source file

From: Joachim Schimpf <jschimpf_at_...311...>
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2013 01:28:11 +0000
On 18/02/2013 23:34, Sergii Dymchenko wrote:
> Yes, this is generated (I can't imagine how crazy one should be to
> type it by hand :-D)
>
> I used Python to generate the ECLiPSe program. I was very short on
> time (it was a programming contest) and I didn't feel confident enough
> to transform the data to constraints in ECLiPSe itself. In the end I
> solved this particular input (there were ten inputs from very small to
> this huge one) by generating a program for B-Prolog (while ECLiPSe was
> much faster for all other inputs, probably because of OSI CLP solver
> vs GLPK in B-Prolog).
>
> The task itself is really just a system of linear equations.
>
> For example, the simplest input was:
>
> 5 6
> 1.638 1.483 1.779 1.304 1.108
> 4 1 0.2955
> 1 2 0.479
> 1 3 0.2417
> 2 3 0.2139
> 4 5 0.451
> 4 3 0.0398
>
> It means that there are 5 variables P1..P5 and 6 data lines describing
> relations between variables. So
> P1 = 1.638 + 0.0479 * P2 (corresponds to '1 2 0.479' in the input) +
> 0.02417 * P3 (corresponds to '1 3 0.2417')
> P2 = 1.483 + 0.2139 * P3 (corresponds '2 3 0.2139')
> etc.
>
> The original problem description can be found on the page 13 of
> http://ch24.org/static/archive/2013/2013_preec.pdf


Well, I hope I am not doing someone's homework here, but it may be
a nice illustrative example:

:- lib(eplex).

main(File) :-

     % read the data file
     open(File, read, Input),
     read_numbers_list(Input, [NVars,NLines]),
     read_numbers_list(Input, Consts),
     ( for(_,1,NLines), foreach(Line,Lines), param(Input) do
         read_numbers_list(Input, Line)
     ),
     close(Input),

     % create the variable array P
     dim(P, [NVars]),

     % create the constraints
     sort(1, =<, Lines, Sorted), % input looks unsorted
     group_same_key_values(1, Sorted, Groups),
     ( for(I,1,NVars), foreach(CI,Consts), fromto(Groups,Gs1,Gs2,[]), param(P) do
         ( Gs1 = [Group|Gs2], Group=[[I,_,_]|_] ->
             ( foreach([_I,J,C],Group), foreach(Term,Terms), param(P) do
                 Term = C*P[J]
             )
         ;
             % no data line for P[I]!
             Terms = [], Gs2 = Gs1
         ),

         % state the constraint!
         P[I] $= CI + sum(Terms)
     ),

     % solve
     eplex_solver_setup(min(0)),
     eplex_solve(_),
     ( foreacharg(Pi, P) do
         eplex_var_get(Pi, typed_solution, Val),
         write(Val), write(' ')
     ),
     nl.


% this is (almost) your own read_numbers_list/1 from comp.lang.prolog ;)
read_numbers_list(Stream, Ns) :-
     read_string(Stream, end_of_line, _, String),
     split_string(String, " ", " ", Ss),
     ( foreach(S, Ss), foreach(N, Ns) do
         number_string(N, S)
     ).

% this should really be in a library...
group_same_key_values(_Pos, [], []).
group_same_key_values(Pos, [KV|List], [[KV|KVs]|GroupedList]) :-
         arg(Pos, KV, K),
         group_same_key_values2(Pos, List, K, KVs, GroupedList).

     group_same_key_values2(_Pos, [], _, [], []).
     group_same_key_values2(Pos, [KV|List], K, [KV|KVs], GroupedList) :-
         arg(Pos, KV, K1), K == K1, !,
         group_same_key_values2(Pos, List, K, KVs, GroupedList).
     group_same_key_values2(Pos, [KV|List], _K, [], [[KV|KVs]|GroupedList]) :-
         arg(Pos, KV, K),
         group_same_key_values2(Pos, List, K, KVs, GroupedList).


Cheers,
Joachim
Received on Tue Feb 19 2013 - 01:28:25 CET

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