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  1. Di Puglia Pugliese, Luigi; Gaudioso, Manlio; Guerriero, Francesca; Miglionico, Giovanna: A Lagrangean-based decomposition approach for the link constrained Steiner tree problem (2018)
  2. Kokosiński, Zbigniew; Bała, Marcin: Solving graph partitioning problems with parallel metaheuristics (2018)
  3. Pajor, Thomas; Uchoa, Eduardo; Werneck, Renato F.: A robust and scalable algorithm for the Steiner problem in graphs (2018)
  4. Pandit, Parthe; Kulkarni, Ankur A.: A linear complementarity based characterization of the weighted independence number and the independent domination number in graphs (2018)
  5. Yezerska, Oleksandra; Butenko, Sergiy; Boginski, Vladimir L.: Detecting robust cliques in graphs subject to uncertain edge failures (2018)
  6. Abu-Khzam, Faisal N.; Cai, Shaowei; Egan, Judith; Shaw, Peter; Wang, Kai: Turbo-charging dominating set with an FPT subroutine: further improvements and experimental analysis (2017)
  7. Al-Saedi, Balasim; Fourdrinoy, Olivier; Grégoire, Éric; Mazure, Bertrand; Saïs, Lakhdar: About some UP-based polynomial fragments of SAT (2017)
  8. Álvarez-Miranda, Eduardo; Farhan, Hesso; Luipersbeck, Martin; Sinnl, Markus: A bi-objective network design approach for discovering functional modules linking Golgi apparatus fragmentation and neuronal death (2017)
  9. Balasubramaniam, Chitra; Butenko, Sergiy: On robust clusters of minimum cardinality in networks (2017)
  10. Belachew, Melisew Tefera; Gillis, Nicolas: Solving the maximum clique problem with symmetric rank-one non-negative matrix approximation (2017)
  11. Colombi, Marco; Mansini, Renata; Savelsbergh, Martin: The generalized independent set problem: polyhedral analysis and solution approaches (2017)
  12. Dumančić, Sebastijan; Blockeel, Hendrik: An expressive dissimilarity measure for relational clustering using neighbourhood trees (2017)
  13. Fischetti, Matteo; Leitner, Markus; Ljubić, Ivana; Luipersbeck, Martin; Monaci, Michele; Resch, Max; Salvagnin, Domenico; Sinnl, Markus: Thinning out Steiner trees: a node-based model for uniform edge costs (2017)
  14. Fotakis, Dimitris; Kaporis, Alexis C.; Lianeas, Thanasis; Spirakis, Paul G.: Resolving Braess’s paradox in random networks (2017)
  15. Fu, Zhang-Hua; Hao, Jin-Kao: Swap-vertex based neighborhood for Steiner tree problems (2017)
  16. Galán, Severino F.: Simple decentralized graph coloring (2017)
  17. Haus, Utz-Uwe; Michini, Carla: Compact representations of all members of an independence system (2017)
  18. Hougardy, Stefan; Silvanus, Jannik; Vygen, Jens: Dijkstra meets Steiner: a fast exact goal-oriented Steiner tree algorithm (2017)
  19. Lamm, Sebastian; Sanders, Peter; Schulz, Christian; Strash, Darren; Werneck, Renato F.: Finding near-optimal independent sets at scale (2017)
  20. Li, Xiangyong; Aneja, Y. P.: Regenerator location problem: polyhedral study and effective branch-and-cut algorithms (2017)

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