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- Matías Toril, Pablo Guerrero-García, Salvador Luna-Ramírez, Volker Wille
- Computer Networks
- 2012

In mobile networks, the assignment of base stations to controllers when planning the network has a strong impact on network performance. In a previous paper, the authors formulated the assignment of… (More)

- Pablo Guerrero-García, Ángel Santos-Palomo
- J. Computational Applied Mathematics
- 2010

We describe how to maintain the triangular factor of a sparse QR factorization when columns are added and deleted and Q cannot be stored for sparsity reasons. The updating procedures could be thought… (More)

- Pablo Guerrero-García, Ángel Santos-Palomo
- Optimization Methods and Software
- 2009

In a recent primal-dual simplex-type algorithm [K. Paparrizos, N. Samaras and G. Stephanides, 2003, A new efficient primal dual simplex algorithm. Computers & Operations Research 30, 1383–1399],… (More)

- Matías Toril, Volker Wille, Pablo Guerrero-García
- 2011 IEEE 73rd Vehicular Technology Conference…
- 2011

Hierarchical network structuring will be a central issue in future cellular networks. In the literature, many graph partitioning methods have been proposed to assign network elements to controllers… (More)

- Pablo Guerrero-García, Ángel Santos-Palomo
- PARA
- 2004

A finite continuation method for solving linear programs (LPs) has been recently put forward by K. Madsen and H. B. Nielsen which, to improve its performance, can be thought of as a Phase-I for a… (More)

- Pablo Guerrero-García, Ángel Santos-Palomo
- European Journal of Operational Research
- 2005

It has been recently claimed that the most-obtuse-angle pivot rule is one of the best choices for Phase I linear programs based on the simplex method. In this short note we give two instances of… (More)

- Pablo Guerrero-García, Ángel Santos-Palomo
- Computers & OR
- 2007

In this short note we answer two questions that naturally arise while dealing with Hoffman’s celebrated 50-years-old cycling example for the primal simplex method to solve linear programs, where an… (More)

The solitaire army is a one-person peg jumping game where a player attempts to advance an “army” of pegs as far as possible into empty territory. The game was introduced by John Conway and is also… (More)

- Wei Li, Pablo Guerrero-García, Ángel Santos-Palomo
- Computers & Mathematics with Applications
- 2006

The dual Phase-I algorithm using the most-obtuse-angle row pivot rule is very efficient for providing a dual feasible basis, in either the classical or the basisdeficiency-allowing context. In this… (More)

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