Unconstrained formulation of standard quadratic optimization problems
A standard quadratic optimization problem (StQP) consists of nding the largest or smallest value of a (possibly indenite) quadratic form over the standard simplex which is the intersection of a hyperplane with the positive orthant. This NP-hard problem has several immediate real-world applications like the Maximum-Clique Problem, and it also occurs in a natural way as a subproblem in quadratic programming with linear constraints. We propose unconstrained reformulations of StQPs, by using dierent approaches. We test our method on clique problems from the DIMACS challenge.
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Volume (Year): 20 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (April)
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