An extended formulation of the convex recoloring problem on a tree

@article{Chopra2017AnEF,
  title={An extended formulation of the convex recoloring problem on a tree},
  author={Sunil Chopra and Bartosz Filipecki and Kangbok Lee and Minseok Ryu and Sangho Shim and Mathieu Van Vyve},
  journal={Mathematical Programming},
  year={2017},
  volume={165},
  pages={529-548}
}
AbstractWe introduce a strong extended formulation of the convex recoloring problem on a tree, which has an application in analyzing phylogenetic trees. The extended formulation has only a polynomial number of constraints, but dominates the conventional formulation and the exponentially many valid inequalities introduced by Campêlo et al. (Math Progr 156:303–330, 2016). We show that all valid inequalities introduced by Campêlo et al. can be derived from the extended formulation. We also show… 

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