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On t-branch split cuts for mixed-integer programs

Sanjeeb Dash(sanjeebd***at***us.ibm.com)
Oktay Gunluk(gunluk***at***us.ibm.com)

Abstract: In this paper we study the t-branch split cuts introduced by Li and Richard (2008). They presented a family of mixed-integer programs with n integer variables and a single continuous variable and conjectured that the convex hull of integer solutions for any n has unbounded rank with respect to (n-1)-branch split cuts. It was shown earlier by Cook, Kannan and Schrijver (1990) that this conjecture is true when n=2, and Li and Richard proved the conjecture when n=3. In this paper we show that this conjecture is also true for all n>3.

Keywords: mixed-integer programming, cutting planes, lattice-free cuts, t-branch split cuts

Category 1: Integer Programming ((Mixed) Integer Linear Programming )

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Entry Submitted: 11/09/2011
Entry Accepted: 11/09/2011
Entry Last Modified: 11/09/2011

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