A dynamic programming algorithm for multiple-choice constraints


AbstractThis report concerns a discrete mathematical programming problem in which the variables are binary or integer, the objective function separable or factorable, and the constraints are in either of two classes: linear or multiple-choice constraints. The problem is solved using a dynamic programming approach with fathoming by bounds and by infeasibility

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