Integer Programming: Facets, Subadditivity, and Duality for Group and Semi-Group Problems

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Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1980 - Mathematics - 68 pages
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This monograph considers pure integer programming problems which concern packing, partitioning or covering. For this class of problems, an algorithmic framework using a duality approach is offered. Furthermore, the author proposes for the first time a general framework for both packing and covering problems characterizing the convex whole of integer solutions.

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Johnson is the Coca-Cola Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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