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On the approximability of location and network design problems

Sven Oliver Krumke

On the approximability of location and network design problems

by Sven Oliver Krumke

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Published by Shaker in Aachen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Network analysis (Planning).

  • Edition Notes

    Dissertation.

    StatementSven Oliver Krumke.
    SeriesBerichte aus der Informatik
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsT57.85 .K78 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 203 p. :
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17297723M
    ISBN 103826527186
    OCLC/WorldCa40303712

    Facility Location is one of the theory problems studied most extensively in practice. It has obvious appeal in industry and is the subject of numerous books and optimization heuristics. I especially like how the special case of the "Fermat-Weber problem" in the plane was already studied for its use in practice (minimizing industrial. CMPUT Approximation Algorithms and Approximability Winter , Tue and Thr in CSC B Instructor: Mohammad R. Salavatipour Objectives: Most interesting optimization problems are NP-hard, and therefore it is unlikely that we can find optimal solutions for them efficiently.

    The latter problems have been shown hard to approximate in [8]. In this paper we determine strong bounds on the approximability of various variants of Min RVLS and Min ULR, including constrained ones where the variables are restricted to take bounded discrete values or where some relations are mandatory while others are optional.   Editor's note: If your customer wants you to design a local area network, there are numerous tasks to pursue -- working through a networking hierarchy that extends from the access layer to the core, determining what subnet mask to use and, in general, learning the customer's networking network design checklist provides tips on how to build a local area : Thomas Scire.

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On the Approximability of Some Network Design Problems JULIA CHUZHOY Computer Science and Arti cial Intelligence Laboratory, MIT and Deptartment of Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania ANUPAM GUPTA Computer Science Department Carnegie Mellon University JOSEPH (SEFFI) NAOR Computer Science Department Technion, Israel and.

On the Approximability of Some Network Design Problems Julia Chuzhoy Anupam Gupta Joseph (Seffi) Naor Amitabh Sinha Abstract Consider the following classical network design problem: a set of terminals wants to send traffic to a “root” in an -node graph. Each terminal sends units of traffic, and enough bandwidth has to be allocated.

Request PDF | On the approximability of some network design problems | Consider the following classical network design problem: a set of terminals T = [ti wants to send traffic to a "root" r in an.

Request PDF | On the approximability of some network design problems | Consider the following classical network design problem: a set of terminals T = {ti} wishes to send traffic to a root r in an.

2 Chuzhoy, Gupta, Naor, and Sinha Consider the following classical network design problem: a set of terminals T = {ti} wishes to send traffic to a “root” r in an n-node graph G = (V,E).

Each terminal ti sends di units of traffic, and enough bandwidth has to be allocated on the edges to permit this. Closely related to this, the name Subset Interconnection Design problem was proposed in [13]. In recent years, other applications (and names) mainly originated from different network design.

In the Survivable Network Design Problem (SNDP) the goal is to find a minimum cost subset of edges that satisfies a given set of pairwise connectivity requirements among the vertices. For our purposes, we formulate the problem in the follow- ing way. NETWORK DESIGN PROBLEM (NDP): Given an undirected graph G = (V,E), a weight function L: E + EJ,a budget B and a critericn threshold C (B,C ~lN),does there exist a sub- graph G' = (V,E') of G with weight 1 L({i,j)) B {it j)EE 'File Size: KB.

Approximability status of Survivable Network problems by Zeev Nutov In Survivable Network problems (a.k.a. Survivable Network Design Problem { SNDP) we are given a graph with costs/weights on edges and/or nodes and prescribed connectivity require-ments/demands. Among the subgraphs of Gthat satisfy the requirements, we seek to nd one of minimum cost.

Preliminary version of a book on Approximation Algorithms by Rajeev Motwani, Approximation Algorithms for NP-hard Problems. Dorit Hochbaum (Ed.), PWS Publishers, Preliminary version of a book on Approximation Algorithms by Vijay Vazirani, (updated ). Lecture notes on Approximation Algorithms (Fall ) by David P.

Williamson. Approximation Algorithms for Network Design and Location Problems JoachimSpoerhase Eingereichtam6. März lemsthataremotivatedbyreal-worldnetwork design andlocation problems.

Following the above-outlined methodology, we aim at examining a variety of structurally differ- 1 Network Design Problems. It has been studied under various probabilistic models. In this paper, we study source location from a deterministic point of view by modeling it as the minimum weighted doubly resolving set problem, which is a strengthening of the well-known metric dimension problem.

Let G be a vertex weighted undirected graph on n by: The approximability of three-dimensional assignment problems with bottleneck objective communication network design. This problem is described in the recent book "Assignment Problems.

subgraph problem, which is the special case of our problem when all capacities are unit.) Our result is based on a rounding of a natural cut-based LP relaxation strengthened with knapsack-cover (KC) inequalities.

Our technique extends to give a similar approximation for a new network design problem that captures global minimum cut as a special.

Table of contentsI 1 Introduction The Logistics Network Major Steps in Network Design 2 A Facility Location Problem 3 Optimial Distribution and outsourcing 4 Maximum ow problem 5 Network synthesis problem O ine version Online version Donglei Du (UNB) SCM 2 / We investigate the complexity and approximability of some location problems when two distance values are specified for each pair of potential sites.

These problems involve the selection of a specified number of facilities (i.e. a placement of a specified size) to minimize a function of one distance metric subject to a budget constraint on the other distance : Sven Oliver Krumke, Hartmut Noltemeier, S.

Ravi, Madhav V. Marathe. Approximation Algorithms for Prize-Collecting Network Design Problems with General Connectivity Requirements.

In E. Bampis and M. Skutella, editors, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol.Approximation and Online Algorithms, pagesCite DOI. Introduction. The uncapacitated facility location/network design problem (UFLNDP) was introduced by Daskin et al.

().This problem was motivated by the simple observation that in some contexts, it may be more economical to change the configuration of the underlying network instead of locating new facilities.

In general, combined facility location/network design problems are useful for Cited by: Abstract. We obtain slightly improved upper bounds on efficient approximability of the Maximum Independent Set problem in graphs of maximum degree at most B (shortly, B-MaxIS), for small B≥ 3.

The degree-three case plays a role of the central problem, as many of the results for the other problems use reductions to by: 1. Journals & Books; Register Sign in. On the approximability of Dense Steiner Problems The Steiner Tree Problem is one of the fundamental network design problems with applications ranging from transportation networks, energy supply and broadcast problems to VLSI design Author: Mathias Hauptmann.

I recently travelled miles to try to solve 50 problems in 50 days using design — a journey that would challenge me to fundamentally rethink my understanding of the user-experience design process. I set myself a challenge. I wanted to test the limits of design’s ability to solve problems — big and small.Network design refers to the planning of the implementation of a computer network infrastructure.

Network design is generally performed by network designers, engineers, IT administrators and other related staff. It is done before the implementation of a network infrastructure.Abstract. We consider a variant of the classical k-median problem, introduced by Anthony et al.[1].In the Robust k-Median problem, we are given an n-vertex metric space (V,d) and m client sets \(\left\{ S_i \subseteq V \right\}_{i=1}^m\).We want to open a set F ⊆ V of k facilities such that the worst case connection cost over all client sets is minimized; that is, minimize \(\max_{i}\sum_{v Cited by: 3.