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Some more references, different than those in the other answers. I added some application papers too. I often find a practical example rather helpful to understand a specific technique. Classical Benders decompositon: Martin R.K. (1999) Projection: Benders’ Decomposition. In: Large Scale Linear and Integer Optimization: A Unified Approach. Springer, Boston, ...


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I took the course 42136 for Benders decomposition and Dantzig-Wolfe (DW) decomposition at Technical University of Denmark. Besides the textbook [conejo2006decomposition] (mentioned by @A.Omidi as well), following materials are recommended: [carøe1998l], chapter 5.1 in [birge2011introduction] for L-shaped Benders Decomposition, in terms of two-stage (...


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I propose reading the following textbook: Linear Programming and Network Flows by by Hanif D. Sherali, John J. Jarvis, and M. S. Bazaraa I read the first 7 chapters of the book a long time ago (during my Bachelor studies), and I really enjoyed it. Chapter 7 of the book titled THE DECOMPOSITION PRINCIPLE introduces Dantzig-Wolfe decomposition and its ...


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