Advances in Linear and Integer Programming by J. E. BeasleyAdvances in Linear and Integer Programming by J. E. Beasley

Advances in Linear and Integer Programming

byJ. E. Beasley

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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In recent years there has been an explosion of research into linear programming, as well as further steady advances in integer programming. This research has been reported in the research literature but there has been little done from the view of a "combined whole". This book aims to overcomethis. With an international authorship of contributors from acknowledged experts in their field, this book provides a clear exposition on such topics as simplex algorithms, and interior point algorithms, both from a theoretical and a computational viewpoint. Surveying recent research that iscurrently only available in journals this topical book will be of interest not only in the field of mathematics, but also in computer science and operations research as well.
John Edward Beasley is at Imperial College, London.
Title:Advances in Linear and Integer ProgrammingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:302 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.83 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198538561

ISBN - 13:9780198538561

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Table of Contents

List of contributors1. Simplex Algorithms2. Interior Point Methods3. A Computational View of Interior Point Methods4. Interior Point Algorithms for Network Flow Problems5. Branch and Cut Algorithms6. Interior Point Algorithms for Integer Programming7. Computational Logic and Integer Programming

Editorial Reviews

In conclusion J. Beasley and his guests have don an excellent job in producing a high quality comphrension study of the most relevant technicquies for the solution of linear and integer programming and computational logic. I strongly recommend this book as a reference for researchers andpractioners in these areas.