By Daniel Bienstock, Mark Zuckerberg (auth.), Friedrich Eisenbrand, F. Bruce Shepherd (eds.)

Theidea ofa refereedconferencefor the mathematicalprogrammingcommunity was once proposed by way of Ravi Kannan and William Pulleyblank to the Mathematical Programming Society (MPS) within the overdue Eighties. therefore IPCO used to be born, and MPS has backed the convention as certainly one of its major occasions considering that IPCO I on the collage of Waterloo in 1990. The convention has develop into the most discussion board for fresh leads to Integer Programming and Combinatorial Optimization within the non-Symposium years. This quantity compiles the papers awarded at IPCO XIV held June September 11, 2010, at EPFL in Lausanne. The scope of papers thought of for IPCO XIV is probably going broader than at IPCO I. this is often occasionally end result of the wealth of recent questions and instructions introduced from comparable parts. it could possibly even be as a result profitable program of “math programming” strategies to versions no longer tra- tionally thought of. at the least, the curiosity in IPCO is larger than ever and this is often re?ected in either the quantity (135) and caliber of the submissions. The ProgrammeCommittee with thirteen memberswasalsoIPCO’slargest. We thankthe contributors of the committee, in addition to their sub-reviewers, for his or her unparalleled (and time-consuming) paintings and particularly in the course of the on-line committee assembly held over January. the method led to the choice of 34 first-class study papers that have been awarded in non-parallel classes over 3 days in L- sanne. inevitably, this has intended that many glorious submissions weren't capable of be included.

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Compute a recursively maximum hypertree (T ∗ , α∗ ) of H. Step 3: For each T ∈ T ∗ and each set T of h = γk − 3 hyperedges in T , execute the following operations. 3-1: Compute a hypergraph H obtained by shrinking all hyperedges in T \T . 20 T. Fukunaga 3-2: Compute a minimum k-cut F of H . 3-3: Let F := F if c(F ) ≤ c(F ). Step 4: Output F . Let us discuss the running time of this algorithm. For each hypertree, there are O(nh ) ways to choose h hyperedges. By Corollary 1, shrinking n − 1 − h hyperedges in a hypertree results in a hypergraph with at most h+1 vertices.

If |A| > 0, then we can construct |A| − 1 eigenvectors of P M P corresponding to eigenvalue α, each of which is a linear combination of elements of A and is orthogonal to c. e. , 0)T ∈ Rm . Let QA be the n × m submatrix of Q consisting of the columns corresponding to A, and deﬁne W = QA H. , 0). In other words, the columns of the ˆ consisting of the last m − 1 columns of W are orthogonal to c. submatrix W ˆ the submatrix of H consisting of the last m − 1 columns of H, Denoting by H we therefore have ˆ = QA H, ˆ and W ˆ = P QΛQT W ˆ = P QΛQT QA H ˆ = αP QA H ˆ = αW ˆ.

SIAM J. Optim. 14, 245–267 (2003) Restricted b-Matchings in Degree-Bounded Graphs Krist´ of B´erczi and L´aszl´o A. hu Abstract. We present a min-max formula and a polynomial time algorithm for a slight generalization of the following problem: in a simple undirected graph in which the degree of each node is at most t + 1, ﬁnd a maximum t-matching containing no member of a list K of forbidden Kt,t and Kt+1 subgraphs. An analogous problem for bipartite graphs without degree bounds was solved by Makai [15], while the special case of ﬁnding a maximum square-free 2-matching in a subcubic graph was solved in [1].