Concentrator Location in Telecommunication Networks by Hande Yaman

By Hande Yaman

The writer offers polyhedral effects and special resolution equipment for situation difficulties encountered in telecommunications yet which even have functions in different components like transportation and provide chain administration.

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3. 1. The relaxations and projections 31 This page intentionally left blank PART II POLYHEDRAL ANALYSIS This page intentionally left blank Chapter 4 UNCAPACITATED PROBLEMS In this chapter, we study the polyhedra corresponding to the uncapacitated concentrator location problem with no routing cost (UCL), with routing on a star backbone (UCL-S) and with routing on a complete backbone (UCL-C). We start with the polytope of UCL. We present several families of facet defining inequalities and investigate the complexity of the related separation problems.

All second level concentrators are connected to a central unit. They present two integer programming formulations, a simulated annealing algorithm and a family of cuts. Chung et al. [21] consider the design of a network where the backbone is fully connected and the access networks are stars. The authors develop a formulation to find such a network that minimizes the cost of installing concentrators, cost of assigning terminals to concentrators and the cost of interconnecting concentrators. The total cost function is quadratic due to the last component.

We see that node 3 has all its outgoing arcs to nodes in W, hence U = {3}. Two easy examples of W – 2 inequalities are the clique and triangle inequalities. 2. 7) correspond to cliques in the conflict graph. The conflict graph has the arcs of set A as its vertices. 7) where the two arcs defining the two vertices appear together. 7) are the only maximal cliques in the conflict graph. 1 (Labbé and Yaman [50]) The maximal cliques in the conflict graph are either of the form for or of the form Proof: In the conflict graph, there is an edge between vertices and if and only if (i) and or (ii) or (iii) If we look at cliques that contain and for then these cliques can contain at most one vertex and any number of vertices of the form A maximal such clique is of the second form described in the proposition.

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