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MiniZinc is a high level solver-independent constraint modeling language.
For questions related to the cost or distance matrix, a square matrix (two-dimensional array) containing the distances, taken pairwise, between the elements of a set.
For questions about solving Operations Research problems using the Julia programming language.
For questions on problems that come from a finite representation of real numbers.
For questions about invariance under transformations, in OR usually the transformation of a solution into other solutions of the same objective value.
For questions on subsets of constraints of an infeasible mathematical program whose (strict) subsets are feasible.
For questions related to the economic order quantity (EOQ) problem, which seeks the optimal order quantity for an inventory system with constant, deterministic demand; fixed costs for placing orders; …
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 about sequential data indexed by time. Time intervals between data may be regular or irregular.
For questions relating to the historical development or contributions of Operations Research.
For questions related to optimization problems in which one decision maker (the "leader") chooses decision variables, then a second decision maker (the "follower") chooses decision variables in respon…
For questions related to the absolute value function, particularly as it is modeled in optimization problems.
For questions asking about approximation algorithms. Also includes approximation schemes, PTAS and FPTAS.
Curve or model fitting is the process of constructing a curve, or mathematical function, that has the best fit to a series of data points, possibly subject to constraints.
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.