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Use on questions that relate to teaching, whether in academia or otherwise.
For questions on experimentation in computational OR, for example, the performing, analysing and reporting of experiments.
For questions related to the convex hull of a set, often (but not limited to) referring to the feasible region in optimization.
a high level solver-independent constraint modeling language.
For questions related to Lagrange (or Lagrangian) multipliers, coefficients used to penalize violations of constraints that have been relaxed from an optimization problem.
Questions on optimization algorithms that improve a solution by repeatedly applying a small modification to it.
For questions related to NEOS, the free internet-based service for solving numerical optimization problems that is hosted by the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery at the University of Wisconsin in Mad…
For questions related to the absolute value function, particularly as it is modeled in optimization problems.
For questions about invariance under transformations, in OR usually the transformation of a solution into other solutions of the same objective value.
For questions relating to the mathematical or geometric structure known as a cone.
For questions related to the Interior Point Method for linear programming (LP), which solves LPs optimally by traversing the interior of the feasible region.
For questions on matchings, i.e. sets of disjoint edges of an undirected graph.
For questions related to Lagrangian decomposition, an optimization method in which one or more decision variable is doubled, the new variable is set equal to the original variable via a constraint, an…
For questions related to probability distributions used to model demands for products or services, e.g., in an inventory or supply chain optimization context.
For questions about open problems or questions which are problems that can be accurately stated, and which is assumed to have an objective and verifiable solution, but which has not yet been solved.
For questions about the study of finite or countable discrete structures, especially how to count or enumerate elements in a set (perhaps of all possibilities) or any subset. It includes questions on …