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Lec 9 - Notes 29 Sept Team 9 Isabel Alarcon Chenyu(Martin...

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Notes 29 Sept. Team 9: Isabel Alarcon, Chenyu (Martin) Mao, Fredrik Olofsson, Fanny Sjoberg Announcements 5-year BS/MS program info session this week Berkeley came out on top as Graduate School in a data-based ranking by NRC (National Resource Council). http://www.berkeley.edu/news/media/releases/2010/09/28_nrc-rankings.shtml Projects October 6: Submit a brief summary of what you plan to do, including which company you plan to work with, who’s the contact person and the direction of the project. Any size of company is OK. Key requirements: Work with them. Understand them. Not required to solve a/the problem. P ­ median Problem Inputs: Decision variables: Objective function: Constraints: Example: Tree network A tree has no loops.
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Notes 29 Sept. Team 9: Isabel Alarcon, Chenyu (Martin) Mao, Fredrik Olofsson, Fanny Sjoberg Data: Node Demand A 10 B 5 C 7 D 12 E 14 Node-pair Distance between them AB 8 BC 7 CD 5 CE 10 We can compare two connected nodes. If : Simple idea: Pick any tip node and fold it on its neighbour.
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