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Unformatted text preview: Applications of optimization with Xpress-MP Revised translation from the French language edition of: Programmation linaire by Christelle Guret, Christian Prins, Marc Sevaux c 2000 Editions Eyrolles, Paris, France. Translated and revised by Susanne Heipcke Published by Dash Optimization Ltd. www.dashoptimization.com Published by: Dash Optimization Ltd. Blisworth House Blisworth Northants NN7 3BX United Kingdom c 2000 Editions Eyrolles, Paris, France Revised translation rst published 2002 Translation and editing of this book has been supported by the EC Framework 5 project LISCOS (contract G1RD-1999-00034). Cover design: James Atkins Design, www.jades.co.uk Manufacturing coordinator: Software Logistics, www.softwarelogistics.com ISBN: 0-9543503-0-8 Last update 19 January, 2006 About the authors Christelle Guret is an Associate Professor in the Automatic Control and Production Systems department at the Ecole des Mines de Nantes (France). She received her Ph.D. degree in 1997 at the Universit de Technologie de Compigne and defended her Habilitation in December 2004 at the University of Nantes in the IRCCyN laboratory. Her teaching courses include graph algorithms, scheduling and linear programming. Her main research areas concern optimization problems in production and logistics, and more specically scheduling and vehicle routing problems. Susanne Heipcke worked for BASF-AG (Germany) before joining Dash Optimization in 1998. Her Ph.D. research (awarded in 1999 by the University of Buckingham) focused on the solution of large-scale in-dustrial problems by a combination of constraint programming and mixed integer programming. More recently she has worked on various aspects of modeling, including the development of teaching material for Mosel, and interfaces to different types of solvers and solution methods. Since 2001 she has partic-ipated in teaching the course on mathematical modeling in the OR master program at the University Aix-Marseille II. Christian Prins received his Ph.D. and Habilitation in computer science from Pierre and Marie Curie Uni-versity (Paris VI). He is now a Professor in the Industrial Systems Engineering Department at the University of Technology of Troyes (UTT, France). His research interest include combinatorial optimization, vehicle routing and transportation, scheduling and algorithmic tools for optimization ( e.g. metaheuristics and reusable software components). He is a member of the editorial board of Computers and Operations Research . Marc Sevaux is a Professor at the University of South-Britanny in Lorient (France). He received his Ph.D. degree in 1998 at the Pierre and Marie Curie University (Paris VI) and defended his Habilitation in July 2004 at the University of Valenciennes in the LAMIH laboratory. He is primarily interested in solving com-binatorial optimization problems, particularly planning, scheduling and routing problems. Marc Sevaux is the coordinator of the EUropean chapter on MEtaheuristics (EU/ME). He is an associate editor of Journal of Heuristics and INFOR . Contents...
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