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# matlab simulation to find the optimal pricing

darkblue10 注册会员
2023-02-28 06:01

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duanhongqing 注册会员
2023-02-28 06:01
duanhuahai 注册会员
2023-02-28 06:01

The following answer is based on ChatGPT and GISer Liu:
The following is a MATLAB simulation code for solving the optimal pricing problem. Detailed comments are included to help understand the code implementation details.

% 最优定价仿真
% 假设市场上有n个竞争对手，每个竞争对手的产品价格为p1,p2,...,pn
% 假设我们的产品成本为c，且市场需求量为D(p)

% 初始化变量
n = 5;          % 竞争对手数量
c = 10;         % 我方产品成本
p = [20, 25, 30, 35, 40];    % 竞争对手产品价格
q = @(p) 1000./(p.^2);      % 市场需求量函数

% 求解最优价格
options = optimset('Display', 'iter');
p_opt = fminsearch(@(p) -revenue(p, q, c), p, options);

% 显示最优价格
disp(['最优价格为：', num2str(p_opt)]);

% 计算最优收益和竞争对手收益
revenue_opt = revenue(p_opt, q, c);
revenue_comp = revenue(p, q, c);

% 显示最优收益和竞争对手收益
disp(['最优收益为：', num2str(revenue_opt)]);
disp(['竞争对手收益为：', num2str(revenue_comp)]);

% 定义收益函数
function r = revenue(p, q, c)
D = sum(q(p));
r = (p-c) * q(p) - D * c;
end


The code uses MATLAB's built-in fminsearch function to find the optimal price. The fminsearch function needs to provide the target function to be minimized. Here we use the revenue function as the target function. The revenue function calculates total revenue at a given price, including revenue from product sales and cost expenditures. The fminsearch function will automatically search for the best price to maximize the total revenue.

The code also uses anonymous functions to define market demand functions. In MATLAB, anonymous functions can be defined by @(x) f(x). Here we define an anonymous function, q, to calculate the market quantity demanded at a given price.

Finally, the code calculates the optimal price, optimal revenue, and competitor revenue, and prints the output in the command window.

dlp_rong 注册会员
2023-02-28 06:01 In the code, simulation parameters are first set, including the number of customers, car-hailing cost, competitive intensity coefficient, demand elasticity coefficient and car-hailing elasticity coefficient. Then, a pricing function P(x) is defined to calculate the cost under different pricing strategies. Finally, Matlab built-in fminbnd function is used to calculate the minimum value of the pricing function, namely the optimal pricing. Finally, the code outputs the result of optimal pricing.

It should be noted that this code is only a simple simulation example, and the actual pricing problem of online car hailing involves very complex factors and needs to consider more factors and conditions, such as time, route, vehicle type, service quality and so on. Therefore, this simple simulation code is just to show a possible way to calculate the optimal pricing, which needs to be adjusted and optimized for the actual situation.

ofhzxzg 注册会员
2023-02-28 06:01
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The optimal pricing problem of ride-hailing platform is a typical optimization problem, which can be solved by mathematical modeling and optimization algorithm. The following is a simple realization of the optimal pricing of online car booking based on Matlab.

Suppose that the ride-hailing platform operates in a certain city, and there are $n$of ride-hailing cars available, the total cost of the platform is composed of two parts: operation cost and preferential cost. Operating costs are fixed and unrelated to the number of passengers, while preferential costs are variable and related to the number of passengers.

Operating cost is the cost per car per day and can be expressed as $C_{op}$. Preferential cost is the discount provided by the platform to attract users, assuming that the preferential cost is $k$times the cost of each passenger, where $k$is the preferential coefficient, which can be expressed as $C_{dis}=k\cdot F$, where $F$is the cost of each passenger.

It is assumed that each passenger will choose the cheapest car-hailing service, and each car can only serve a maximum of $m$passengers. Then, the optimal pricing problem of online car-hailing platform can be transformed into an optimization problem, that is, solving the optimal price of each car to minimize the total cost of the platform.

The following is a simple Matlab code implementation, which can solve the optimal pricing problem of online car-hailing platform through linear programming. It is assumed that there are 5 e-hailing cars available on the platform, each car can serve 10 passengers at most, the operating cost is 300 yuan/day, and the preferential coefficient is 0.5. The data read mode can be adjusted according to the specific situation.

n = 5;  % 网约车数量
m = 10;  % 每辆车最多服务乘客数量
C_op = 300;  % 运营成本
k = 0.5;  % 优惠系数

% 读入每辆车的乘客费用
F = randi([20, 100], n, m);

% 定义线性规划模型
f = reshape(F, n*m, 1);
Aeq = zeros(m, n*m);
beq = ones(m, 1);
lb = zeros(n*m, 1);
ub = inf(n*m, 1);
for i = 1:m
Aeq(i, (i-1)*n+1:i*n) = 1;
end

% 求解线性规划
[x, fval] = linprog([C_op*ones(n, 1); k*f], [], [], Aeq, beq, lb, ub);

% 输出结果
C = x(1:n);
disp(C);



In the above code, we first read in the passenger cost of each car, then use the linear programming function linprog to solve the optimal pricing problem for the ride-hailing platform.

We take the pricing of each vehicle as the decision variable, the operating cost and preferential cost of each vehicle as part of the objective function, and then use the linear programming function linprog to solve the linear programming problem. In linear programming, we take the pricing of each vehicle as the decision variable $C_i$, then the objective function can be expressed as:

$$\min_{C_i}\sum_{i=1}^n (C_{op}+k\cdot F_i)\cdot C_i$$



Where $F_i$is the passenger fee of the first $i$car, $C_{op}$is the operating cost of each car, and $k$is the preferential coefficient. The implication of this objective function is that we want to minimize the total cost of the platform, including the operating cost per vehicle and the preferential cost.

The constraints of linear programming include two parts. First, each car must be priced at or above 0, i.e. $C_i\geq 0$. Second, each car can only serve a maximum of $m$passengers, so the sum of each car's pricing times the number of passengers served must be less than or equal to 1, i.e. $\sum_{j=1}^ MC_ {ij}\leq 1$. This constraint can be expressed using the equality constraint that $\sum_{j=1}^m C_{ij}=1$.

In the above code, we use the linear programming function linprog to solve the above problem. Specifically, we spread out the passenger cost of each car as a column vector, and then $C_i$and $k\cdot F_i$as a row vector, merging the two vectors into a row vector as the coefficient matrix $f$of the objective function. Then, we take the pricing of each vehicle as the decision variable, express the equation constraints and non-negative constraints in the form of $A_{eq}x=b_{eq}$and $lb\leq x\leq ub$, which are passed into the linprog function to solve.

At the end of the solution, we can get the optimal pricing of each car by output $C_i$. Note that $C_i$here refers to the passenger cost per vehicle, not the price per kilometer or any other pricing method, which can be adjusted according to the actual situation.

dille1028 注册会员
2023-02-28 06:01

Is there a code for the optimal pricing of ride-hailing platforms? I forgot to mention...

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eaw2008 注册会员
2023-02-28 06:01

to conduct pricing modeling and simulation experiments in Matlab using optimization function in optimization toolbox, For example, fmincon function, ga function, etc. Here's a sample code to get you started quickly.

% 假设我们需要对某个商品进行定价，我们可以使用以下代码进行定价建模和仿真实验

% 商品成本
C = 10;

% 定义定价函数
price = @(x) C + x(1) * x(2);

% 定义优化目标函数，即最大化利润
profit = @(x) -1 * (price(x) - x(1)) * x(2);

% 定义初始解
x0 = [1, 1];

% 定义变量上下界
lb = [0.1, 0.1];
ub = [10, 100];

% 定义约束条件
A = [];
b = [];
Aeq = [];
beq = [];
nonlcon = [];

% 使用 fmincon 函数进行优化
[x, fval] = fmincon(profit, x0, A, b, Aeq, beq, lb, ub, nonlcon);

% 输出结果
fprintf('最优定价为 %.2f 元，最优销量为 %.2f 件，最大利润为 %.2f 元。\n', x(1), x(2), -fval);



In the above code, we first define the cost of the good as C = 10, then define the pricing function price and the optimization objective function profit. Where, the pricing function price is the product of commodity cost plus unit price x(1) and sales volume x(2), while the optimization objective function profit is to maximize profit, that is, to maximize sales revenue minus commodity cost.

Next, we define the initial solution x0, the variable upper and lower bounds lb and ub, and the constraints A, b, Aeq, beq, and nonlcon. In this example, we are not using constraints.

Finally, we use fmincon function for optimization to get the optimal unit price and sales volume. When we export results, we export optimal pricing, optimal volume, and maximum profit.

Note that this is a simple example code, and actual modeling and simulation experiments can be more complex. In practical application, appropriate optimization functions and parameters should be selected according to specific situations, and the model should be optimized and adjusted to obtain better prediction results.

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