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Has the expressibility of 'non-integrality testing' as extension to MILP been studied before?

It turns out that extending MILP with any of the constraints $y=\lfloor x\rfloor$, $y=\lceil x\rceil$, $0 < x$, or $x\notin \mathbb{Z}$ is 'equally hard'. (see my answer here, and below) ...
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Examples for a kind of “set family hitting” problem

Given a ground set, say $[n]=\{1,2,\dots,n\}$, and a collection of subset families $\mathcal F_i\subseteq 2^{[n]}$, $i=1,2,\dots,m$, I want to select $m$ sets $B_i\in\mathcal F_i$ such that the ...
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Books in applied Online Optimization

What are books on Online Optimization other than Introduction to Online Convex Optimization? Preferably: more on applied side, rather than theoretical not limited to convex only
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Understanding HardRouteConstraint

I am trying to understand the route constraints in jsprit. While I got the concept of HardActivityConstraint, I am unable to have clarity on HardRouteConstraint. Can someone, preferably with a simple ...
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What is the first mention of the modelling cycle in OR?

The first reference to the modelling cycle (reality, model, solution, implementation) for operations research I found, is the paper "Operations research from the viewpoint of general systems ...
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Combining Machine learning and Operations research on a scheduling problem

I am wondering if there is any attempts of combining OR and ML in the following way. Priority-based rules are widely used in Resource Constrained Project Scheduling Problems. Is there a way to train ...
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Discrete optimization in transport economics

I was working on a problem in transport economics where the optimal number of trips in a given duration of time is to be found out. The profit is a function of the price vector $p$ and time cost $c$ ...
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Is this a common generalization of the independent set problem?

Suppose a minimum weighted independent set in a conflict graph with $n$ vertices. The basic version is where each vertex $i$ is associated with a weight $c_i$. i.e., there is a vector $C$ for the ...
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Algorithms for finding step sizes which satisfy the Wolfe conditions?

I am a student studying optimization, and I am interested in algorithms which finds step sizes satisfying the Wolfe (or strong Wolfe) conditions. I do know of one book which provides such an algorithm:...