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Parametric integer programming

the right-hand-side case

by Roy Earl Marsten

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Published by M.I.T. Alfred P. Sloan School of Management in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRoy E. Marsten and Thomas L. Morin.
SeriesMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Alfred P. Sloan School of Management. Working paper -- no.808-75., Working paper (Sloan School of Management) -- 808-75.
ContributionsMorin, Thomas L.
The Physical Object
Pagination26 leaves :
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17993037M
OCLC/WorldCa2088606

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Parametric integer programming book from Parametric Integer Programming: The Right-Hand-Side Case The research reported here was partially supported by National Science Foundation Grant gjx3 to the National Bureau for Economic Research.

The computer Parametric integer programming book of Cited by: Parametric Integer Programming in Fixed Dimension Friedrich Eisenbrand and Gennady Shmonin Institut Parametric integer programming book Mathematik, Universität Paderborn, D Paderborn, Germany Abstract We consider the following problem: Given a rational matrix A ∈ Parametric integer programming book and a rational polyhedron Q ⊆Rm+p, decide if for all vectors b ∈Rm, for which.

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Downloadable. A method is developed for carrying out parametric analysis on a mixed integer linear program (MILP) as either objective function coefficients or right-hand-side values of the constraints are varied continuously.

The method involves solving MILPs at point values of the parameters of variation and joining the results by LP parametric analysis. Multiparametric programming Tags: Multi-parametric programming Updated: Septem This tutorial requires MPT.

YALMIP can be used to calculate explicit solutions of parametric linear and quadratic programs by interfacing the Multi-Parametric Toolbox tutorial assumes that the reader is familiar with parametric programming and the. Parametric integer programming deals with a family of integer programs that is defined by the same constraint matrix but where the right-hand sides are points of a given polyhedron.

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Parametric Integer Programming the Right Hand Side Case. [Thomas Morin; Roy A Marsten; National Bureau of Economic Research.;] -- A family of integer programs is considered whose right-hand-sides lie on a given line segment L. This family is called a parametric integer program (PIP).

Solving a (PIP) means finding an optimal. In contrast to methods of parametric linear programming which were developed soon after the invention of the simplex algorithm and are easily included as an extension of that method, techniques for parametric analysis on integer programs are not well known and require considerable effort to append them to an integer programming solution by: This is the web page of PIP and PipLib, a software and a library which solves parametric integer programming problems.

That is, PIP finds the lexicographic minimum of the set of integer points lying inside a convex polyhedron, when this polyhedron depends linearly on one or. Mixed integer parametric bilevel programming for optimal strategic bidding of energy producers in day-ahead electricity markets with indivisibilities Optimization, Vol.

62, No. 8 A Genetic-Algorithms-Based Approach for Programming Linear Cited by: Parametric MILPs are considered in which a single parameter can simultaneously influence the objective function, the right-hand side and the matrix.

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After implementation of the parametric algorithm, nonlinear, nonconvex terms remain in the calculation of capital. Zhong, Pdf & You, FParametric algorithms for global optimization of mixed-integer fractional programming problems in process engineering. in American Control Conference, ACC, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., pp.American Control Conference, ACCPortland, OR, United States, 6 Cited by: 1.The second subproblem is formulated as a mixed-integer non-linear programming (MINLP) problem and its solution provides a new integer vector, which .Ebook page deals with a ebook of non-parametric methods including the estimation of a cumulative distribution function (CDF), the estimation of probability density function (PDF) with histograms and kernel methods and the estimation of flexible regression models such as local regressions and generalized additive models.

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