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Abstract

Complex decision-making in enterprises should involve mathematical optimization methods, because a “best choice” has to be made out of a huge number of feasible options. A mathematical description of such decision processes typically involves both “continuous” and “discrete” decisions. If the latter are present, the customary modeling approach is to use integer variables, which are also used to represent all possible nonlinearities, so that the remaining part of the model is linear.

MINO/COST SPRING SCHOOL ON OPTIMIZATION April 5 to 8, 2016

20 January 2016

Spring School on Mixed Integer Nonlinear Programming and Applications.

The MINO Initial Training Network of the European Union and the ICT COST action TD1207 announce a school for doctoral students and post-docs of mathematics and computer science. It is intended for people interested in the general field of nonlinear finite dimensional optimization.

Organizers: Claudia D'Ambrosio (CNRS & Ecole Polytechnique), Sourour Elloumi (ENSIEE), Amelie Lambert (CNAM), Leo Liberti (CNRS & Ecole Polytechnique)

 

 


Conference
The spring school will be held at CNAM, Paris (France).

 


 

For further information visit http://www.mino-itn.unibo.it/mino-cost-springschool/paris

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