Integer Programming Submissions  2018
January 2018
(Mixed) Integer Nonlinear Programming
Extended formulations for convex hulls of some bilinear functions
Akshay Gupte, Thomas Kalinowski, Fabian Rigterink, Hamish Waterer
Binary Extended Formulations
Sanjeeb Dash, Oktay Gunluk, Robert Hildebrand
Optimal Decision Trees for Categorical Data via Integer Programming
Oktay Gunluk, Jayant Kalagnanam, Matt Menickelli, Katya Scheinberg
(Mixed) Integer Nonlinear Programming
Using Regularization and Second Order Information in Outer Approximation for Convex MINLP
Jan Kronqvist, David E. Bernal, Ignacio E. Grossmann
(Mixed) Integer Linear Programming
Bounding and Counting Linear Regions of Deep Neural Networks
Thiago Serra, Christian Tjandraatmadja, Srikumar Ramalingam
The Maximum Clique Interdiction Game
Fabio Furini, Ivana Ljubic, Sébastien Martin, Pablo San Segundo
February 2018
(Mixed) Integer Nonlinear Programming
Strong formulations for quadratic optimization with Mmatrices and semicontinuous variables
Alper Atamturk, Andres Gomez
(Mixed) Integer Nonlinear Programming
A CenterCut Algorithm for Quickly Obtaining Feasible Solutions and Solving Convex MINLP Problems
Jan Kronqvist, David Bernal, Andreas Lundell, Tapio Westerlund
(Mixed) Integer Nonlinear Programming
Global Optimization of Multilevel Electricity Market Models Including Network Design and Graph Partitioning
Thomas Kleinert, Martin Schmidt
(Mixed) Integer Linear Programming
Efficient and EasytoImplement MixedInteger Linear Programs for the Traveling Salesperson Problem with Time Windows
Philipp Hungerländer, Christian Truden
Other
An algorithmic framework based on primitive directions and nonmonotone line searches for black box problems with integer variables
Giampaolo Liuzzi, Stefano Lucidi, Francesco Rinaldi
(Mixed) Integer Nonlinear Programming
Mathematical Programming Formulations for Piecewise Polynomial Functions
Bjarne Grimstad, Brage R. Knudsen
(Mixed) Integer Linear Programming
A Computational Investigation on the Strength of DantzigWolfe Reformulations
Michael Bastubbe, Marco E. Lübbecke, Jonas T. Witt
March 2018
Cutting Plane Approaches
Can cut generating functions be good and efficient?
Amitabh Basu, Sriram Sankaranarayanan
(Mixed) Integer Nonlinear Programming
Outer Approximation for Integer Nonlinear Programs via Decision Diagrams
Danial Davarnia, WillemJan van Hoeve
