By Ding-Zhu Du, Panos M. Pardalos
This quantity could be regarded as a supplementary quantity to the most important three-volume guide of Combinatorial Optimization released via Kluwer. it will possibly even be considered as a stand-alone quantity which offers chapters facing a number of elements of the topic together with optimization difficulties and algorithmic ways for discrete difficulties. viewers: All those that use combinatorial optimization ways to version and clear up difficulties.
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