By Karen Aardal, Robert E. Bixby (auth.), Gérard Cornuéjols, Rainer E. Burkard, Gerhard J. Woeginger (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the seventh overseas convention on Integer Programming and Combinatorial Optimization, IPCO'99, held in Graz, Austria, in June 1999.

The 33 revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of ninety nine submissions. one of the subject matters addressed are theoretical, computational, and application-oriented elements of approximation algorithms, department and sure algorithms, computational biology, computational complexity, computational geometry, slicing aircraft algorithms, diaphantine equations, geometry of numbers, graph and community algorithms, on-line algorithms, polyhedral combinatorics, scheduling, and semidefinite courses.

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The residual capacity rij of an arc (i, j) in G(x) is the additional flow we need to send on the arc (i, j) so that the reduced costs of both the arcs (i, j) and (j, i) become nonnegative, that is, if one sends rij units of flow in (i, j) and then recomputes the residual network, then cπij ≥ 0 and cπji ≥ 0. Alternatively, the residual capacity rij of an arc (i, j) in G(x) is the flow yij that minimizes (Cij(xij + yij): yij ≥ 0). The following lemma obtains a formula for rij. Lemma 2. Let θ = π(i) - π(j).

Similarly, it can be shown that if ( w ü ij } is an optimal then the solution ( w , µü ) constructed as w ij = max{ µü i – µü j , w ♦ solution of (13). 6 Applications of the Dual Network Flow Problem The dual network flow problem and its special cases arise in many application settings. Roundy [1986] formulates a lot-sizing problem in a multi-product, multistage, production/inventory system as a dual network flow problem. Boros and Shamir [1991] describe an application of the dual network flow problem in solving a quadratic cost machine scheduling problem.

Let x be an optimal solution to the linear t ≤ 1). relaxation of (23)–(28) (that is, with (28) replaced by 0 ≤ xjt ≤ 1, 0 ≤ zij Define the bipartite graph H with the bipartition ({1, . . , n}, {1, . . , k}) so that jt ∈ E(H) if and only if xjt is fractional. Note that (26) and (27) imply that each vertex of H is either isolated or has degree at least 2. Assume that x has fractional components. Since H is bipartite it follows that H has a circuit C of even length. Let M1 and M2 be the matchings of H whose union is the circuit C.