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Published
**1979** by College of Commerce and Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in [Urbana, Ill.] .

Written in English

- Mathematical optimization

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Charles E. Blair ... |

Series | Faculty working papers -- no. 576, Faculty working papers (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. College of Commerce and Business Administration) -- no. 576. |

Contributions | University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. College of Commerce and Business Administration |

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Pagination | 13 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 13 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL24831204M |

OCLC/WorldCa | 5341012 |

A disjunctive program for deciding 3-uncolorability can be obtained from the disjunctive program for 3-colorability by the following modification: drop the rule NotColored [disjunction] Colored [left arrow]. and add instead the rules Red(x) [left arrow] NotColored. Green(x) [left arrow] NotColored. Blue(x) [left arrow] NotColored. Free Online Library: A conceptual approach for discovering proportions of disjunctive routing patterns in a business process model.(Report) by "KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems"; Computers and Internet Management research Process management (Business automation) Research Process management (Computers) Reengineering (Management). finite disjunctive programming characterizations for general mixed-integer linear programs ˙ ¨ ¸ ukyavuz, ¨ binyuan chen, simge kuc suvrajeet sen abstract. In this paper, we give a finite disjunctive programming procedure to obtain the convex hull of general mixed-integer linear programs (MILP) with bounded integer variables. One can easily construct an non-disjunctive, irrational number. Let $ r = \sum\limits_{n = 0}^\infty 2^{-n} \begin{cases} 1 & \text{if } 2 | n \\ s_n & \text{else} \end{cases} $ for any non-periodic sequence $ s_n \in \{0,1\} $. It is not known whether $ \pi $ is, in fact, disjunctive (or even normal).

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Sharpe,WxlliamTTW^^m^PfWIP^li EquilibriurdUnderConditionsofRisk,"Journalof^ Stigler,G. ().CapitalandtheRateofReturnin Industries, Princeton. Disjunctive programs and sequences of cutting-planes / BEBR No. By Charles Eugene Blair Download PDF ( KB)Author: Charles Eugene Blair.

Disjunctive programming Polyhedral annexation Facial disjunctive program Cutting planes Nondominated cuts Facet Valid inequalities Reformulation-linearization technique Lift-and-project Tight relaxations Model reformulation Convex hull Mixed integer 0–1 programs Polynomial programs Nonconvex programs.

Facial disjunctive programs and sequence of cutting-planes. By Charles E. Blair. Download PDF ( KB) Cite.

BibTex; Full citation AbstractA cutting-plane procedure for facial disjunctive programs is presented. At each step the point to be cut away and the disjunction used to generate the cut may be chosen freely.

Some general comments on Author: Charles E. Blair. We develop a nitely convergent disjunctive cutting plane algorithm to obtain an -optimal solution or detect infeasibility of a general nonconvex continuous bilinear program.

While our cutting planes are obtained in a similar manner toSaxena et al.();Fampa and Lee(). form of cutting planes from convex sets with lattice-free interiors, and is the object of numerous investigations (e.g., [ALWW07], [BC07], [CM07], [DW07]).

It was this line of research that has led to the idea of disjunctive programming, through a process outlined in section 1 of the paper below. Optimizing a function Egon Balas.

A type of program is considered in which, apart from the usual linear constraints, it is required that at least one variable from each of several sets be equal to zero. Applications include complementary pivot theory and concave minimization problems.

Cutting planes are generated for the solution of such programs. A geometrical description of the cutting planes explains their meaning. DISJUNCTIVE PROGRAMMING: CUTTING PLANES FROM LOGICAL CONDITIONS by Egon Balas Abstract Integer and many other nonconvex programming problems can be formulated as linear (or nonlinear) programs with logical conditions ("or," "and," negation of").

In book: Encyclopedia of Optimization, pp The family of all valid cutting planes for a disjunctive program is characterized. This general framework permits us to generate an. The solution of MINLP problems with convex functions is presented first, followed by a brief discussion on extensions for the nonconvex case.

The solution of logic based representations, known as generalized disjunctive programs, is also described.

Theoretical properties are presented, and numerical comparisons on a small process network problem. By disjunctive programming we mean linear programming with disjunctive con- straints.

Integer programs (pure or mixed), and a host of other nonconvex program- ming problems (general quadratic programs, separable nonlinear programs, etc.) can be stated as linear programs. This paper proposes a new class of cutting planes for integer programming.

A typical member of the class is generated as follows. Let X be the feasible set, and x̄ the optimal (noninteger) solution to the linear program associated with an integer program in er a unit hypercube containing x̄, whose vertices are integer, and the hypersphere circumscribing the cube.

On the theoretical side, it provides neat structural characterizations, which offer new insights. On the practical side, it produces a variety of cutting planes with desirable properties and offers several ways of combining cutting planes with branch and bound.

The chapter also presents linear (or nonlinear) programs with disjunctive constraints. those developed by Balas for disjunctive programs [Balas, ].

We show that a subset of these relaxations yield tighter relaxations than the traditional big-M and Lee & Grossmann reformulations presented in section 3, and briefly review the inherent trade-offs between them. In section 5, we generate valid cutting planes for linear GDP. Book. Jan ; Hanif D. Sherali; C.

Shetty The family of all valid cutting planes for a disjunctive program is characterized. This family subsumes earlier cutting planes of the literature. T1 - A disjunctive cutting plane procedure for general mixed-integer linear programs.

AU - Owen, Jonathan H. AU - Mehrotra, Sanjay. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - In this paper we develop a cutting plane algorithm for solving mixed-integer linear programs with general-integer variables.

"Lagrangean Relaxation of the Hull-Reformulation of Linear Generalized Disjunctive Programs and its use in Disjunctive Branch and Bound" submitted for publication () Trespalacios, F. and I.E. Grossmann "Cutting planes for improved global logic-based outer approximation for the synthesis of process networks," submitted for publication ().

Program (MINLP). More recently, however, Generalized Disjunctive Programming (GDP), which is a generaliza-tion of disjunctive programming (Balas, ), has been proposed by Raman and Grossmann () as an alter-native model to the MINLP problem (Grossmann, ; Tawarmalani & Sahinidis, ).

While the MINLP model. This paper introduces disjunctive decomposition for two-stage mixed stochastic integer programs (SIPs) with random recourse. Disjunctive decomposition allows for cutting planes based on disjunctive programming to be generated for each scenario subproblem under a temporal decomposition setting of the SIP problem.

A new class of valid inequalities for mixed SIP with random recourse is. gram (without continuous variables) by generating a ﬁnite sequence of cutting planes, or inequalities sat-isﬁed by all integral solutions of the initial linear inequalities deﬁning the integer program.

Gomory [16] later introduced another cutting-plane algorithm based. disjunctive cuts only for simple, single variable, disjunctions of the form (x i k_x i k+ 1) for some i2I.

The ideas presented here can be extended to more general disjunctions as well. For MILP, disjunctive cutting planes were pioneered by Balas, Ceria, and Cornu ejols [5].

A limitation of disjunctive inequalities is that in order to gen. A characterization is given of all the cutting-planes for a generalized linear complementarity problem, in terms of rules whose repeated application yields exactly these valid implied inequalities.

This report is a revision of our paper (), and our earlier proofs have been substantially simplified. Disjunctive Programming is a technique and a discipline initiated by the author in the early 's, which has become a central tool for solving nonconvex optimization problems like pure or mixed integer programs, through convexification (cutting plane) procedures combined with enumeration.

This paper is concerned with the global optimization of Generalized Disjunctive Programs that involve bilinearites in the constraints. These problems arise in many industrial applications, for instance, in the design of pooling problems, in the synthesis of integrated water treatment networks, or generally in the synthesis of process networks with multicomponent flows.

This paper introduces disjunctive decomposition for two-stage mixed sto-chastic integer programs (SIPs) with random recourse. Disjunctive decomposition allows for cutting planes based on disjunctive programming to be generated for each scenario subproblem under a temporal decomposition setting of the SIP problem.

Discrete Optimization, Constraint-based Scheduling. So what I'm going to do today is talk about one of the most fascinating areas, area, areas of Discrete Optimization, which is Scheduling.

There are entire books on this, there are journals just on this topic, but what you're going to see, what I'm going to try to do is to make you curious. ical program with disjunctive constraints is called disjunctive program (DP) in [2].

In this paper we will focus on strengthening the LP relaxation of disjunc-tive programs by cutting planes. The LP relaxation of (1)-(4) is obtained by dropping the disjunctive constraints (4). Balas [5] gave a primal and a dual. NONLINEAR MIXED-INTEGER AND DISJUNCTIVE PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES αk i = y l i β k i = y m i,l.

The cutting planes are determined by solving a separation problem (LP or NLP), in which the feasible solution corresponds to the continuous relaxation of the (HR) formulation after a sequence of basic steps.

A similar idea for linear GDP and without using basic steps (i.e. using only (HR) and (BM)) was proposed by Sawaya and Grossmann [5]. Blair, "Two Rules for Deducing Valid Inequalities for Programs." SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics, 31,Google Scholar; C. Blair, "Facial Disjunctive Programs and Sequences of Cutting Planes." Discrete Applied Mathematics, 2,Google Scholar.

CPT algorithm. For recent computational experience with other classes of cutting planes such as mixed-integer rounding and Gomory cuts, we refer the reader to Dash et al.

[15], and Zanette et al. [25], Dash and Goycoolea [14] and references therein. A recent paper by J org [17] addresses the niteness of disjunctive programming for general MILP.

In this monograph we have included these results and have also added several published results which seem to be of strong interest to researchers in the area of developing strong cuts for disjunctive programs. In particular, several results due to Balas [4,5,6,7], Glover [18,19] and Jeroslow [23,25,26] have been used in this monograph.

GUI-based programs to do basic sequence manipulations, translations, BLASTing, etc. Extensive documentation and help with using the modules, including this file, on-line wiki documentation, the web site, and the mailing list.

Integration with BioSQL, a sequence database schema also supported by the BioPerl and BioJava projects. This makes sense in English (though Hebrew can start a book with the word Waw, something to be treated at another time).

Each of the five clauses in vv. 2–3 begins with Waw, but while in v. 3 (again, ignoring the quotation), the structures are Waw + Verb, in v. 2, the structures are all Waw + non-verb. Disjunctive Clause Functions.

Downloadable (with restrictions). This is an overview of the significance and main uses of projection, lifting and extended formulation in integer and combinatorial optimization.

Its first two sections deal with those basic properties of projection that make it such an effective and useful bridge between problem formulations in different spaces, i.e. different sets of variables. Cutting planes, or more brie y, cuts, are a key ingredient of many modern integer programming algorithms (see, e.g., [14, 15, 27]).

Broadly speaking, cutting planes fall into two classes. First, there are \specialised" cutting planes, that come from a study of a particular family of mixed-integer linear programs (MILPs). Fenchel cutting planes are based on the dual relationship between separation and optimization and can be applied in many instances where alternative cutting planes cannot.

They are deep in the sens. A disjunctive sequence is an infinite sequence (over a finite alphabet of characters) in which every finite string appears as a instance, the binary Champernowne sequence formed by concatenating all binary strings in shortlex order, clearly contains all the binary strings and so is disjunctive.(The spaces above are not significant and are present solely to make clear the.

Balas introduced disjunctive cuts in the s for mixed-integer linear programs. Several recent papers have attempted to extend this work to mixed-integer conic programs. In this paper we study the structure of the convex hull of a two-term disjunction applied to the second-order cone and develop a methodology to derive closed-form expressions.

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