Integer Linear Programming to solve Large-Scale problems

Our first seminar of 2016/17 will be held as a special event
inside the Opening Day of the Doctoral School (15:30, 1BC45)


Wednesday 5 October 2016 h.16:15, Room 1BC45
Veronica Dal Sasso (Padova, Dip. Mat.)
“Integer Linear Programming to solve Large-Scale problems"

Abstract
Integer linear programming is widely used to find optimal solutions to problems that arouse in the real world and are related to logistics, planning, management, biology and so on. However, if from a theoretical point of view it is easy to give a formulation for these problems, from a computational point of view their implementation can be impractical due to the high number of constraints and variables involved.
During this seminar I will present classical results for dealing with large-scale integer linear programs and their application to a particular bioinformatic problem, related to the study of the human genome, that helps recovering information useful to study diseases and populations' behaviours.