Geir Dahl

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  • 2016-09 Doubly stochastic matrices and the Bruhat order in CZECHOSLOVAK MATHEMATICAL JOURNAL
  • 2009-01 Reconstructing (0,1)-matrices from projections using integer programming in COMPUTATIONAL OPTIMIZATION AND APPLICATIONS
  • 2007 An Integer Programming Approach to Image Segmentation and Reconstruction Problems in GEOMETRIC MODELLING, NUMERICAL SIMULATION, AND OPTIMIZATION
  • 2007 Constructing (0,1)-Matrices with Given Line Sums and Certain Fixed Zeros in ADVANCES IN DISCRETE TOMOGRAPHY AND ITS APPLICATIONS
  • 2006-09 LP based heuristics for the multiple knapsack problem with assignment restrictions in ANNALS OF OPERATIONS RESEARCH
  • 2006 On Formulations and Methods for the Hop-Constrained Minimum Spanning Tree Problem in HANDBOOK OF OPTIMIZATION IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
  • Affiliations

  • University of Oslo (current)
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