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2017

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2017

Abstract This paper presents a systematic literature review and a comprehensive analysis of the decision-making models for supply… Expand

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1999

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1999

Introduction and Preliminaries. Problems, Algorithms, and Complexity. LINEAR ALGEBRA. Linear Algebra and Complexity. LATTICES AND… Expand

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1988

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1988

FOUNDATIONS. The Scope of Integer and Combinatorial Optimization. Linear Programming. Graphs and Networks. Polyhedral Theory… Expand

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1986

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1986

Abstract Integer programming has benefited from many innovations in models and methods. Some of the promising directions for… Expand

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1983

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1983

It is shown that the integer linear programming problem with a fixed number of variables is polynomially solvable. The proof… Expand

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1977

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1977

This paper proposes a class of surrogate constraint heuristics for obtaining approximate, near optimal solutions to integer… Expand

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1975

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1975

A variety of combinatorial problems (e.g., in capital budgeting, scheduling, allocation) can be expressed as a linear integer… Expand

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1972

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1972

The principles of integer programming are directed toward finding solutions to problems from the fields of economic planning… Expand

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1970

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1970

Interestingly, integer programming and network flows that you really wait for now is coming. It's significant to wait for the… Expand

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1960

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1960

It has been observed by many people that a striking number of quite diverse mathematical problems can be formulated as problems… Expand

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