In the last 30 years, the practical use of Linear Programming has been easier and easier. At present, specific libraries, both open-source and commercial, are available for the most important “community” scientific languages, such as R, Python, Julia, often including algebraic modeling systems. Moreover, the capabilities of Linear Programming software are including the possibility of rounding heuristic, the design of user-callback subroutines in Branch&Bound, and many more, not to mention the possibility of solving problems with thousands of variable, thanks to the hardware improvements.
The aim of the workshop is to provide an overview of the many applications of linear programming, from data analysis, to production planning and decision-making and more, and how to include Linear Programming subroutines in algorithms for specific problems, taking advantage of its specific features.
18 June Dipartimento di Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale - Meeting Room II Floor - 3 P.M.
- Stefano Benati, Università di Trento:
“The clique partition model to cluster survey data”
- Renata Mansini, Università di Brescia:
“Kernel Search: a simple heuristic framework for mixed integer linear programming problems”
- Justo Puerto, Universidad de Sevilla:
“Portfolio selection with pricing decisions on transaction costs”
19 June Dipartimento Ingegneria Industriale a Povo 2- Meeting Room - 9.30 A.M.
- Matteo Brunelli, Università di Trento:
“Intransitivity indices for valued preference relations”
- Fernando López Blázquez, Universidad de Sevilla:
“Sampling strategies for the estimation of values of cooperative games”
- Michele Urbani, Università di Trento:
“Maintenance schedule optimization: an opportunistic grouping approach”
Stefano Benati (Dipartimento di Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale)
Matteo Brunelli (Dipartimento di Ingegneria Industriale)
Michele Fedrizzi (Dipartimento di Ingegneria Industriale)