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All Departments 4 Documents 2 Researchers. Facets of the Graph Coloring Polytope.
In this paper we present a study of the polytope associated af a classic linear integer programming formulation of the graph coloring problem.
We determine some families of facets.
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This is the initial step for the development of a This is the initial step for the development of a branch-and-cut algorithm to solve large instances of the graph coloring problem. Multiprocessor scheduling under precedence constraints: We consider the problem of scheduling a set of tasks related by precedence constraints to a set of processors, so as to minimize their makespan.
Each task has to be assigned to a unique processor and no preemption is allowed. A new integer programming formulation of the problem is given and strong valid inequalities are derived.
A subset of the inequalities in this formulation has a strong combinatorial structure, which we use to define the polytope 09905 partitions into linear orders. The facial structure of this polytope is investigated and facet defining inequalities are presented which may be helpful to tighten the integer programming formulation of other variants of multiprocessor scheduling problems.
Numerical results on real-life problems are presented.
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