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BiqBin workshop at Alpen Adria University Klagenfurt

21. 2. 2019, Janez Povh

BiqBin team had a regular workshop, devoted to monitoring the progress in the last few months and preparing the plans for the following 3 months.

At the workshop, we evaluated:
- the new version of the BiqBin web server,
- the structure of the benchmark library,
- the new parallel solver for the stable set problem;
- pilot code for the exact penalty approach to solve binary quadratic problems with linear constraints and it comparison with CPLEX solver;

We also made a dissemination plan for 2019.
Summing up, the project is progressing well and several excellent publications will be finished soon.

The BiqBin team in front of the AAU
Photo: Elisabeth Gaar

Presentation of the BiqBin project at the UG Workshop 2019

16. 1. 2019, Timotej Hrga , Source: UG Workshop 2019

Presentation of the latest developments of the BiqBin project at the UG Workshop 2019 in Berlin.

At the First International UG Workshop 2019 on parallel algorithms in tree search and mathematical optimization we presented our BiqBin project.

The presentation was given by Timotej Hrga, a PhD student working on this project. He presented the latest developments in the design of the parallel algorithm and showed numerical results for the stable set problem.

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The Participants
Photo: https://ug.zib.de/workshop2019/

Presentation of the BiqBin project

22. 11. 2018, Timotej Hrga

Presentation of the BiqBin project at University of Ljubljana, Faculty Of Mathematics and Physics

On November 21, a PhD student working on the project, Timotej Hrga, gave a talk at the seminar for numerical analysis in which he presented the latest developments and numerical experience with parallel branch and bound solver and showed scalability and efficiency of it.

Presentation of the BiqBin project

3. 10. 2018, Timotej Hrga

Presentation of the BiqBin project at University of Ljubljana, Faculty Of Mechanical Engineering

On October 2, a PhD student from Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Nicolo Gusmeroli, gave a talk in which he presented the latest developments in the exact penalty method over discrete sets.

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