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I SY E 720: Integer Programming

  • Catalog Description:
    Formulation of integer programming problems and the characterization of optimization problems representable as integer and mixed-integer programs. The degree of difficulty of classes of integer programs and its relation to the structure of their feasible sets. Optimality conditions. Branch-and-bound, cutting plane, and decomposition methods for obtaining solutions or approximating solutions.
  • Credits: 3
  • Prerequisites: Comp Sci 525 or cons inst
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