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The capacitated miinimum spanning tree (CMST) problem is to find a minimum cost spanning tree with an additional cardinality constraint on the sizes of the subtrees incident to a given root node. The CMST problem is an NP-complete problem, and existing exact algorithms can solve only small size problems. Currently, the best available heuristic procedures… (More)

The capacitated minimum spanning tree (CMST) problem is to ÿnd a minimum cost spanning tree in a network where nodes have speciÿed demands, with an additional capacity constraints on the subtrees incident to a given source node s. The capacitated minimum spanning tree problem arises as an important subproblem in many telecommunication network design… (More)

The Quadratic Assignment Problem (QAP) consists of assigning n facilities to n locations so as to minimize the total weighted cost of interactions between facilities. The QAP arises in many diverse settings, is known to be NP-hard, and can be solved to optimality only for fairly small size instances (typically, n ≤ 25). Neighborhood search algorithms are… (More)

We present a Simplex-type algorithm, that is, an algorithm that moves from one extreme point of the infinite-dimensional feasible region to another not necessarily adjacent extreme point, for solving a class of linear programs with countably infinite variables and constraints. Each iteration of this method can be implemented in finite time, while the… (More)

This paper presents a novel approach towards the simultaneous Vt-assignment and gate-sizing problem. This inherently discrete problem is formulated as a continuous problem, allowing it to be solved using any of several widely available and highly efficient non-linear optimizers. We prove that, under our formulation, the optimal solution has discrete Vts… (More)

- H Edwin Romeijn, Dushyant Sharma, Robert L Smith
- 2004

We study capacitated network flow problems with supplies and demands defined on a countably infinite collection of nodes having finite degree. This class of network flow models includes, for example, all infinite horizon deterministic dynamic programs with finite action sets since these are equivalent to the problem of finding a shortest infinite path in an… (More)