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Status for Mathematics students: List A for mathematics Commitment: 30 lectures. Assessment: 2 hour exam Prerequisites: No formal prerequisites. Content: The focus of combinatorial optimisation is on finding the "optimal" object i. Problems of this type arise frequently in real world settings and throughout pure and applied mathematics, operations research and theoretical computer science.

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Status for Mathematics students: List A for mathematics Commitment: 30 lectures. Assessment: 2 hour exam Prerequisites: No formal prerequisites. Content: The focus of combinatorial optimisation is on finding the "optimal" object i. Problems of this type arise frequently in real world settings and throughout pure and applied mathematics, operations research and theoretical computer science.

Typically, it is impractical to apply an exhaustive search as the number of possible solutions grows rapidly with the "size" of the input to the problem. The aim of combinatorial optimisation is to find more clever methods i.

This module provides an introduction to combinatorial optimisation. Our main focus is on several fundamental problems arising in graph theory and algorithms developed to solve them. These include problems related to shortest paths, minimum weight spanning trees, matchings, network flows, cliques, colourings and matroids.

We will also discuss "intractible" e. NP-hard problems. Main Reference: B. Korte and J. E-book available through the Warwick Library; click the link. Other Resources: A. Bondy and U. Murty, Graph Theory with Applications , Elsevier, Available through the link. Cook, William H. Cunningham, W. Pulleybank, and A. Papadimitriou and K.

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Combinatorial Optimization

It is based on numerous courses on combinatorial optimization and specialized topics, mostly at graduate level. This book reviews the fundamentals, covers the classical topics paths, flows, matching, matroids, NP-completeness, approximation algorithms in detail, and proceeds to advanced and recent topics, some of which have not appeared in a textbook before. This sixth edition has again been updated, revised, and significantly extended. Thus, this book continues to represent the state of the art of combinatorial optimization. About the authors Bernhard Korte is professor of operations research and director of the Research Institute for Discrete Mathematics at the University of Bonn.

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