BiqCrunch: a semidefinite branch-and-bound method for solving binary quadratic problems. This article presents BiqCrunch, an exact solver for binary quadratic optimization problems. BiqCrunch is a branch-and-bound method that uses an original, efficient semidefinite-optimization-based bounding procedure. It has been successfully tested on a variety of well-known combinatorial optimization problems, such as Max-Cut, Max-k-Cluster, and Max-Independent-Set. The code is publicly available online; a web interface and many conversion tools are also provided.
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