Multi-exchange neighborhood structures for the capacitated minimum spanning tree problem

@article{Ahuja2001MultiexchangeNS,
  title={Multi-exchange neighborhood structures for the capacitated minimum spanning tree problem},
  author={Ravindra K. Ahuja and James B. Orlin and Dushyant Sharma},
  journal={Math. Program.},
  year={2001},
  volume={91},
  pages={71-97}
}
The capacitated minimum 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 for the CMST problem are tabu search algorithms due to Amberg et al. and Sharaiha et al. These algorithms use two-exchange neighborhood… CONTINUE READING
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