Integer Programming: Theory and Practice

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Integer Programming: Theory and Practice contains refereed articles that explore both theoretical aspects of integer programming as well as major applications. This volume begins with a description of new constructive and iterative search methods for solving the Boolean optimization problem (BOOP). Following a review of recent developments on convergent Lagrangian techniques that use objective level-cut and domain-cut methods to solve separable nonlinear integer-programming problems, the book discusses the generalized ...

Integer Programming: Theory and Practice 2005, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL

ISBN-13: 9780849319143

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