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Combinatorial Optimisation
Laboratory of Grenoble for sciences of conception, optimisation and production
Combinatorial Optimisation

Combinatorial Optimization

Combinatorial Optimization consists in finding a "best" choice among a finite (but usually very large) set of possibilities. We find and use structural properties of the problems we consider ("good" caracterizations, decompositions, ...) in order to design efficient algorithms (exact or approximate) or to show that such algorithms do not exist.

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Written by Louis Esperet

Date of update May 20, 2016


Research Director CNRS

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Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes
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