Mixed Integer Programming for Searching Maximum Quasi-Bicliques

@article{Ignatov2020MixedIP,
  title={Mixed Integer Programming for Searching Maximum Quasi-Bicliques},
  author={D. Ignatov and Polina Ivanova and Albina Zamaletdinova},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2002.09880}
}
This paper is related to the problem of finding the maximal quasi-bicliques in a bipartite graph (bigraph). A quasi-biclique in the bigraph is its “almost” complete subgraph. The relaxation of completeness can be understood variously; here, we assume that the subgraph is a \(\gamma \)-quasi-biclique if it lacks a certain number of edges to form a biclique such that its density is at least \(\gamma \in (0,1]\). For a bigraph and fixed \(\gamma \), the problem of searching for the maximal quasi… 

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