2 edition of **class of discrete type minimization problems** found in the catalog.

class of discrete type minimization problems

O. Gross

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Published
**1956**
by Rand Corporation in Santa Monica California
.

Written in English

- Linear programming.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | O. Gross. |

Series | U.S. Air Force. Project Rand Research Memorandum -- RM-1644. Notes on Linear Programming ; -- Part 30 |

ID Numbers | |
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Open Library | OL16733558M |

Acknowledgements This book would not exist if not for “Discrete and Combinatorial Math-ematics” by Richard Grassl and Tabitha Mingus. It is the book I learnedFile Size: 1MB. The affine rank minimization problem is to find a low-rank matrix satisfying a set of linear equations, which includes the well-known matrix completion problem as a special case and draws much attention in recent years. In this paper, a new model for affine rank minimization problem is proposed. The new model not only enhances the robustness of affine rank minimization problem, but also leads Cited by: 1.

Discrete Variable Structural Optimization of Systems under Stochastic Earthquake Excitation: /ch The reliability-based design optimization of structural systems under stochastic excitation involving discrete sizing type of design variables is by: 2. This paper addresses the solution of inverse problems in imaging given an additional reference image. We combine a modification of the discrete geodesic path model for image metamorphosis with a variational model, actually the L 2-model, for image reconstruction. We prove that the space continuous model has a minimizer which depends in a stable way from the input by: 8.

DISCRETE PROGRAMlLIING PROBLEMS (3) x is a column vector with nonnegative integral components (4) Y 20, where y, the maximand, is a scalar, b is a column vector of m rows, G and x are column vectors of nl rows, E and y are column vectors of (n-nl) rows, A is a matrix of order m x n1, and A is a matrix of order m x (n-nl). A feasible solution of the problem is one which satisfies (2), (3), and (4). Sonia et al. / Discrete Optimization 5 () – where, t ij (x ij) = t ij > 0), if x ij > 0 = 0, if x ij = 0 t ij being the shipment time (independent of the quantity sent) from the source i to the destination j. Note that t ij (xij)is also a concave function. The proposed algorithm is a polynomial bound algorithm as it involves solving a finite number of CMTPs (bounded by a.

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