Inspired from a JuMP tutorial

```
using JuMP
import HiGHS
import LinearAlgebra
import Plots
import Random
```

We are given

A set $M=\{1, \dots, m\}$ of clients

A set $N=\{ 1, \dots, n\}$ of sites where a facility can be built

**Decision variables** Decision variables are split into two categories:

Binary variable $y_{j}$ indicates whether facility $j$ is built or not

Binary variable $x_{i, j}$ indicates whether client $i$ is assigned to facility $j$

**Objective** The objective is to minimize the total cost of serving all clients. This costs breaks down into two components:

Fixed cost of building a facility.

In this example, this cost is $f_{j} = 1, \ \forall j$.

Cost of serving clients from the assigned facility.

In this example, the cost $c_{i, j}$ of serving client $i$ from facility $j$ is the Euclidean distance between the two.

**Constraints**

Each customer must be served by exactly one facility

A facility cannot serve any client unless it is open

The problem can be formulated as the following MILP:

$\begin{aligned} \min_{x, y} \ \ \ & \sum_{i, j} c_{i, j} x_{i, j} + \sum_{j} f_{j} y_{j} \\ s.t. & \sum_{j} x_{i, j} = 1, && \forall i \in M \\ & x_{i, j} \leq y_{j}, && \forall i \in M, j \in N \\ & x_{i, j}, y_{j} \in \{0, 1\}, && \forall i \in M, j \in N \end{aligned}$where the first set of constraints ensures that each client is served exactly once, and the second set of constraints ensures that no client is served from an unopened facility.

`Random.seed!(314)`

number of clients

`m = 12`

number of facility locations

`n = 5`

Clients' locations

```
Xc = rand(m)
Yc = rand(m)
```

Facilities' potential locations

```
Xf = rand(n)
Yf = rand(n)
```

Fixed costs

`f = ones(n);`

Distance

```
c = zeros(m, n)
for i in 1:m
for j in 1:n
c[i, j] = LinearAlgebra.norm([Xc[i] - Xf[j], Yc[i] - Yf[j]], 2)
end
end
```

Display the data

```
Plots.scatter(
Xc,
Yc,
label = "Clients",
markershape = :circle,
markercolor = :blue,
)
Plots.scatter!(
Xf,
Yf,
label = "Facility",
markershape = :square,
markercolor = :white,
markersize = 6,
markerstrokecolor = :red,
markerstrokewidth = 2,
)
```

Create a JuMP model

`ufl = Model(HiGHS.Optimizer)`

Variables

```
@variable(ufl, y[1:n], Bin);
@variable(ufl, x[1:m, 1:n], Bin);
```

Each client is served exactly once

`@constraint(ufl, client_service[i in 1:m], sum(x[i, j] for j in 1:n) == 1);`

A facility must be open to serve a client

`@constraint(ufl, open_facility[i in 1:m, j in 1:n], x[i, j] <= y[j]);`

Objective

`@objective(ufl, Min, f'y + sum(c .* x));`

Solve the uncapacitated facility location problem with HiGHS

```
optimize!(ufl)
solution_summary(ufl)
```

The threshold 1e-5 ensure that edges between clients and facilities are drawn when x[i, j] ≈ 1.

```
x_ = value.(x) .> 1 - 1e-5
y_ = value.(y) .> 1 - 1e-5
```

Display clients

```
p = Plots.scatter(
Xc,
Yc,
markershape = :circle,
markercolor = :blue,
label = nothing,
)
```

Show open facility

```
mc = [(y_[j] ? :red : :white) for j in 1:n]
Plots.scatter!(
Xf,
Yf,
markershape = :square,
markercolor = mc,
markersize = 6,
markerstrokecolor = :red,
markerstrokewidth = 2,
label = nothing,
)
```

Show client-facility assignment

```
for i in 1:m
for j in 1:n
if x_[i, j] == 1
Plots.plot!(
[Xc[i], Xf[j]],
[Yc[i], Yf[j]],
color = :black,
label = nothing,
)
end
end
end
p
```

The capacitated variant introduces a capacity constraint on each facility, i.e., clients have a certain level of demand to be served, while each facility only has finite capacity which cannot be exceeded.

Specifically,

The demand of client $i$ is denoted by $a_{i} \geq 0$

The capacity of facility $j$ is denoted by $q_{j} \geq 0$

The capacity constraints then write

$\begin{aligned} \sum_{i} a_{i} x_{i, j} &\leq q_{j} y_{j} && \forall j \in N \end{aligned}$Note that, if $y_{j}$ is set to $0$, the capacity constraint above automatically forces $x_{i, j}$ to $0$.

Thus, the capacitated facility location can be formulated as follows

$\begin{aligned} \min_{x, y} \ \ \ & \sum_{i, j} c_{i, j} x_{i, j} + \sum_{j} f_{j} y_{j} \\ s.t. & \sum_{j} x_{i, j} = 1, && \forall i \in M \\ & \sum_{i} a_{i} x_{i, j} \leq q_{j} y_{j}, && \forall j \in N \\ & x_{i, j}, y_{j} \in \{0, 1\}, && \forall i \in M, j \in N \end{aligned}$For simplicity, we will assume that there is enough capacity to serve the demand, i.e., there exists at least one feasible solution.

`Random.seed!(314)`

Demands

`a = rand(1:3, m);`

Capacities

`q = rand(5:10, n);`

Display the data

```
Plots.scatter(
Xc,
Yc,
label = nothing,
markershape = :circle,
markercolor = :blue,
markersize = 2 .* (2 .+ a),
)
Plots.scatter!(
Xf,
Yf,
label = nothing,
markershape = :rect,
markercolor = :white,
markersize = q,
markerstrokecolor = :red,
markerstrokewidth = 2,
)
```

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