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JAIR
2006
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Decision-Theoretic Planning with non-Markovian Rewards
A decision process in which rewards depend on history rather than merely on the current state is called a decision process with non-Markovian rewards (NMRDP). In decisiontheoretic...
Sylvie Thiébaux, Charles Gretton, John K. S...
CCE
2006
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State-of-the-art review of optimization methods for short-term scheduling of batch processes
There has been significant progress in the area of short-term scheduling of batch processes, including the solution of industrial-sized problems, in the last 20 years. The main go...
Carlos A. Méndez, Jaime Cerdá, Ignac...
CORR
2008
Springer
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Gaussian Belief Propagation Solver for Systems of Linear Equations
The canonical problem of solving a system of linear equations arises in numerous contexts in information theory, communication theory, and related fields. In this contribution, we ...
Ori Shental, Paul H. Siegel, Jack K. Wolf, Danny B...
CORR
2008
Springer
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Gaussian Belief Propagation for Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Theory and Application
The canonical problem of solving a system of linear equations arises in numerous contexts in information theory, communication theory, and related fields. In this contribution, we...
Ori Shental, Danny Bickson, Paul H. Siegel, Jack K...
COR
2010
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GRASP and path relinking for the max-min diversity problem
The Max-Min Diversity Problem (MMDP) consists in selecting a subset of elements from a given set in such a way that the diversity among the selected elements is maximized. The prob...
Mauricio G. C. Resende, Rafael Martí, Micae...
CPAIOR
2005
Springer
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A Search-Infer-and-Relax Framework for Integrating Solution Methods
Abstract. We present an algorithmic framework for integrating solution methods that is based on search, inference, and relaxation and their interactions. We show that the following...
John N. Hooker
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