Using DRL* relaxations for quadratically constrained pseudoboolean optimization: application to robust Min-Cut

Michel Minoux 1 Hacène Ouzia 1
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Abstract : In this work we focus on solving quadratically constrained pseudoboolean optimization problems with quadratic objective as mixed integer linear programs. The standard mixed integer linear formulation of such problems is strengthened using valid inequalities derived from solving Reformulation-Linearization relaxation called partial DRL* relaxation. The proposed PDRL* relaxation features block-decomposable structure which are exploited to improve computational efficiency. We present computational results obtained with the rank 2 PDRL*, showing that the proposed mixed integer linear formulation gives rise to significant reduction factors (typically more than 1000) in the size of the branch and bound trees on instances of robust minimum cut problem with weight constraints.
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Michel Minoux, Hacène Ouzia. Using DRL* relaxations for quadratically constrained pseudoboolean optimization: application to robust Min-Cut. Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics, Elsevier, 2010, 36, pp.1217-1224. ⟨10.1016/j.endm.2010.05.154⟩. ⟨hal-01170338⟩

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