Integer Prograw~ing is one of the most fascinating and difficult areas in the field of Mathematical Optimization. Due to this fact notable research contributions to Integer Programming have been made in very different branches of mathematics and its applications. Since these publications are scattered over many journals, proceedings volumes, monographs, and working papers, a comprehensive bibliography of all these sources is a helpful tool even for specialists in this field. I initiated this compilation of literature in 1970 at the Institut fur ~konometrie und Operations Research, University of Bonn. Since then many collaborators have contributed to and worked on it. Among them Dipl.-Math. Claus Kastning has done the bulk of the work. With great perseverance and diligence he has gathered all the material and checked it with the original sources. The main aim was to incorporate rare and not easily accessible sources like Russian journals, preprints or unpublished papers. Without the invaluable and dedicated engagement of Claus Kastning the bibliography would never have reached this final version. For this reason he must be considered its responsible editor. As with any other collection this literature list has a subjective viewpoint and may be in some sense incomplete. We have however tried to be as complete as possible. The bibliography contains 4704 different publications by 6767 authors which were classified by 11839 descriptor entries.IBERNET III 1973, II, 5, 1I 6-11 I (1973), BUROYUK, V - IyI, THE M- MACHINE PROBLEM (MAr2) (TRANSLATED ... R., I. A PERTURBATION METHOD FOR SOLI½ ING OU ADRATIC ASS IGNMENT PROBLEMS, MIRK ING PAPER.

Title | : | Integer Programming and Related Areas |

Author | : | C. Kastning |

Publisher | : | Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-11-11 |

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