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The Linear Ordering Problem

Author : Gerhard Reinelt
ISBN : UOM:39015015631123
Genre : Combinatorial optimization
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The Linear Ordering Problem

Author : Rafael Martí
ISBN : 3642167292
Genre : Computers
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Faced with the challenge of solving the hard optimization problems that abound in the real world, existing methods often encounter great difficulties. Important applications in business, engineering or economics cannot be tackled by the techniques that have formed the predominant focus of academic research throughout the past three decades. Exact and heuristic approaches are dramatically changing our ability to solve problems of practical significance and are extending the frontier of problems that can be handled effectively. This monograph details state-of-the-art optimization methods, both exact and heuristic, for the LOP. The authors employ the LOP to illustrate contemporary optimization technologies as well as how to design successful implementations of exact and heuristic procedures. Therefore, they do not limit the scope of this book to the LOP, but on the contrary, provide the reader with the background and practical strategies in optimization to tackle different combinatorial problems.

Optimal Linear Ordering

Author : Donald Lee Adolphson
ISBN : WISC:89011209939
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Scatter Search

Author : Manuel Laguna
ISBN : 9781461503378
Genre : Mathematics
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The book Scatter Search by Manuel Laguna and Rafael Mart! represents a long-awaited "missing link" in the literature of evolutionary methods. Scatter Search (SS)-together with its generalized form called Path Relinking-constitutes the only evolutionary approach that embraces a collection of principles from Tabu Search (TS), an approach popularly regarded to be divorced from evolutionary procedures. The TS perspective, which is responsible for introducing adaptive memory strategies into the metaheuristic literature (at purposeful level beyond simple inheritance mechanisms), may at first seem to be at odds with population-based approaches. Yet this perspective equips SS with a remarkably effective foundation for solving a wide range of practical problems. The successes documented by Scatter Search come not so much from the adoption of adaptive memory in the range of ways proposed in Tabu Search (except where, as often happens, SS is advantageously coupled with TS), but from the use of strategic ideas initially proposed for exploiting adaptive memory, which blend harmoniously with the structure of Scatter Search. From a historical perspective, the dedicated use of heuristic strategies both to guide the process of combining solutions and to enhance the quality of offspring has been heralded as a key innovation in evolutionary methods, giving rise to what are sometimes called "hybrid" (or "memetic") evolutionary procedures. The underlying processes have been introduced into the mainstream of evolutionary methods (such as genetic algorithms, for example) by a series of gradual steps beginning in the late 1980s.

Stacs 96

Author : f Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science 1996 Grenoble
ISBN : 3540609229
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science, STACS 96, held in Grenoble, France in February 1996. The 52 revised papers presented were selected from a total of 185 submissions; also included are three invited papers. The volume addresses all current aspects of theoretical computer science and is organized in sections on complexity theory, automata theory, parallel algorithms, learning, parallel and distributed systems, cryptography, logic and database theory, algorithms, semantics and program verification, and communication complexity.

High Performance Optimization

Author : Hans Frenk
ISBN : 9781475732160
Genre : Mathematics
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For a long time the techniques of solving linear optimization (LP) problems improved only marginally. Fifteen years ago, however, a revolutionary discovery changed everything. A new `golden age' for optimization started, which is continuing up to the current time. What is the cause of the excitement? Techniques of linear programming formed previously an isolated body of knowledge. Then suddenly a tunnel was built linking it with a rich and promising land, part of which was already cultivated, part of which was completely unexplored. These revolutionary new techniques are now applied to solve conic linear problems. This makes it possible to model and solve large classes of essentially nonlinear optimization problems as efficiently as LP problems. This volume gives an overview of the latest developments of such `High Performance Optimization Techniques'. The first part is a thorough treatment of interior point methods for semidefinite programming problems. The second part reviews today's most exciting research topics and results in the area of convex optimization. Audience: This volume is for graduate students and researchers who are interested in modern optimization techniques.

Approximation Randomization And Combinatorial Optimization Algorithms And Techniques

Author : Klaus Jansen
ISBN : 9783540228943
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the joint refereed proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Approximation Algorithms for Combinatorial Optimization Problems, APPROX 2004 and the 8th International Workshop on Randomization and Computation, RANDOM 2004, held in Cambridge, MA, USA in August 2004. The 37 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 87 submissions. Among the issues addressed are design and analysis of approximation algorithms, inapproximability results, approximation classes, online problems, graph algorithms, cuts, geometric computations, network design and routing, packing and covering, scheduling, game theory, design and analysis of randomised algorithms, randomized complexity theory, pseudorandomness, derandomization, probabilistic proof systems, error-correcting codes, and other applications of approximation and randomness.

Approximative Algorithmen Und Nichtapproximierbarkeit

Author : Klaus Jansen
ISBN : 9783110203172
Genre : Mathematics
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Gegenstand dieses Lehrbuchs ist die Behandlung schwer lösbarer diskreter Optimierungsprobleme. Im ersten Teil werden schnelle Algorithmen vorgestellt, die solche Probleme näherungsweise lösen können. Der zweite Teil behandelt Komplexitätstheorie und Nichtapproximierbarkeit von Optimierungsproblemen. Das Lehrbuch enthält zudem zahlreiche Anwendungsbeispiele, Übungsaufgaben, Illustrationen und Abschnitte über Grundlagen wie etwa die Turingmaschine.

Mean Flow Time Sequencing

Author : Konrad Boenchendorf
ISBN : 3445022437
Genre : Mathematical optimization
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Author : Mauricio G.C. Resende
ISBN : 1402076533
Genre : Computers
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Combinatorial optimization is the process of finding the best, or optimal, so lution for problems with a discrete set of feasible solutions. Applications arise in numerous settings involving operations management and logistics, such as routing, scheduling, packing, inventory and production management, lo cation, logic, and assignment of resources. The economic impact of combi natorial optimization is profound, affecting sectors as diverse as transporta tion (airlines, trucking, rail, and shipping), forestry, manufacturing, logistics, aerospace, energy (electrical power, petroleum, and natural gas), telecommu nications, biotechnology, financial services, and agriculture. While much progress has been made in finding exact (provably optimal) so lutions to some combinatorial optimization problems, using techniques such as dynamic programming, cutting planes, and branch and cut methods, many hard combinatorial problems are still not solved exactly and require good heuristic methods. Moreover, reaching "optimal solutions" is in many cases meaningless, as in practice we are often dealing with models that are rough simplifications of reality. The aim of heuristic methods for combinatorial op timization is to quickly produce good-quality solutions, without necessarily providing any guarantee of solution quality. Metaheuristics are high level procedures that coordinate simple heuristics, such as local search, to find solu tions that are of better quality than those found by the simple heuristics alone: Modem metaheuristics include simulated annealing, genetic algorithms, tabu search, GRASP, scatter search, ant colony optimization, variable neighborhood search, and their hybrids.

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