5 edition of **Studies in Integer Programming (Annals of Discrete Mathematics 1)** found in the catalog.

Studies in Integer Programming (Annals of Discrete Mathematics 1)

P. I. Hammer

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Published
**June 1977**
by Elsevier Science Ltd
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Written in English

- Integer programming,
- Congresses

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Hardcover |

Number of Pages | 562 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL7861291M |

ISBN 10 | 0720407656 |

ISBN 10 | 9780720407655 |

A Linear Programming Problem with no solution. The feasible region of the linear programming problem is empty; that is, there are no values for x 1 and x 2 that can simultaneously satisfy all the constraints. Thus, no solution exists A Linear Programming Problem with Unbounded Feasible Region: Note that we can continue to make level. the constraints are linear (known as “Mixed Integer Programming”, MIP, or “Mixed Integer Linear Programming”, MILP). Binary Integer Programming In binary problems, each variable can only take on the value of 0 or 1. This may represent the selection or rejection of an option, the turning on or off of switches, a yes/no answer, or many.

Integer Programming Lynn A. Fish, Ph.D. Spring Integer Programming: extension of LP that solves problems requiring integer solutions Goal Programming: extension of LP that permits more than one objective to be stated Nonlinear Programming: case where objectives or constraints are nonlinear Integer Programming: solution values must be whole numbers in integer programming. A novel 0–1 integer programming formulation of the university timetabling problem is presented. The model provides constraints for a great number of operational rules and requirements found in most academic institutions. Treated as an optimization problem, the objective is to minimize a .

The book provides and serves as an excellent introduction to integer programming. In addition it gives an in depth and great historical perspective of the huge amount of research and development that has taken place in the field of integer programming over a period of 50 years.” (Hans W. Ittmann, IFORS News, Vol. 12 (2), June, ). duality in discrete programming; integer programming: methods, uses, computation; on recent developments in integer programming; on maximum matching, minimum covering and their connections; programmes mathetiques nonlineares a variables bivalentes; enumeration algorithms for the pure and mixed integer programming problem.

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