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In this work, a multi-constraint graph partitioning problem is introduced. The input is an undirected graph with costs on the edges and multiple weights on the nodes. The problem calls for a partition of the node set into a fixed number of clusters, such that each cluster satisfies a collection...
Integrated packing and sequence-optimization problems appear in many industrial applications. As an example of this type of problem, we consider the production of glued laminated timber (glulam) in sawmills: Wood beams must be packed into a sequence of pressing steps subject to packing...
Dual degeneracy, i.e., the presence of multiple optimal bases to a linear programming (LP) problem, heavily affects the solution process of mixed integer programming (MIP) solvers. Different optimal bases lead to different cuts being generated, different branching decisions being taken and...
In the classical Euclidean Steiner minimum tree (SMT) problem, we are given a set of points in the Euclidean plane and we are supposed to find the minimum length tree that connects all these points, allowing the addition of arbitrary additional points. We investigate the variant of the problem...
In state-of-the-art mixed-integer programming solvers, a large array of reduction techniques are applied to simplify the problem and strengthen the model formulation before starting the actual branch-and-cut phase. Despite their mathematical simplicity, these methods can have significant impact...
The vertex p-center problem consists of locating p facilities among a set of M potential sites such that the maximum distance from any demand to its closest located facility is minimized. The complete vertex p-center problem solves the p-center problem for all p from 1 to the total number of...
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