Use Implicit Enumeration to solve the following 0-1 IP.
Xi=0 or 1
Please show enumeration tree. If a node is fathomed, indicate why it is fathomed. Provide the sequence of problems solved, eg. P1->P3->P4. Clearly indicate what the optimal solution
Consider the integer program
Max 5x + 2y
s.t. 2x + 2y <=9
The optimal noninteger solution is x = 3.25 and y = 1.25 with optimal value 18.75. Solve the problem using branchandbound splitting on y first.
Solve the following problem using BranchandBound.Show the B&B tree.If node is fathomed,indicate why it is fathomed.Provide the sequence of problems solved,. eg. P1-P3-P4, etc.Clearly indicate what the optimal solution is.Note: x4 does not have to be integer.After solving the root node, branch on x1 first.
When you're given Log(f(z)) of any kind of f(z), is there a particular method to find the domain of analyticity of Log(f(z)), how can you find its branch cuts?
I'm stuck with the following Log(1-1/z^2), i don't understand how to prove that the branch cut is [-1,1]
Can you please wirte down a precise method to find the branch cuts and points of log(f(z)) for any f(z)?
like what is the difference between log(z^2-1), log(1-z^2) and log(1-1/z^2) and how can you tell?