# Tagged Questions

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### A problem related to routing in a graph

I have come across a new problem - I want to know whether this problem is similar to some existing problem or not.
The new problem is this. There is a tourist who has a having the following ...

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### Incremental minimum spanning tree

Given a connected graph $G=(V,E)$ with a weight function $w:E\to\mathbb{R}$ and a subset $E_0\subseteq E$ such that the subgraph $(V,E_0)$ is connected, I am looking for a sequence $E_0\subseteq ...

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### Network flows with capacities on pairs of edges

Take a standard network flow problem: a directed graph with nonnegative capacities on each edge, a source $s$, a sink $t$. We all know how to find the maximum flow from $s$ to $t$.
Now add edge-pair ...

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### An optimization involving (random) graphs

Suppose we have a graph on $n$ nodes. We would like to assign to each node either a $+1$ or a $-1$. Call this a configuration $\sigma \in \{+1,-1\}^n$. The number of $+1$s that we have to assign is ...

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### Covering max flow arcs by arc disjoint paths

Let $(N,A,s,t,u)$ be a network with node set $N$, arc set $A$, source $s\in N$, sink $t\in N$ and capacity vector $u\in\{1,2,\ldots,T\}^A$, and let $x=(x_a)_{a\in A}$ be a maximum $(s,t)$-flow. Is it ...

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### Solving for Hamiltonian path with constraints on allowable routes through vertices

Suppose you have a complete graph with N vertexes, with a distinguished vertex $n=1$ ("start"), and you wish to find a route traveling exactly once through each vertex so that the distance along the ...

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### Non-negative quadratic maximization

For a given symmetric and positive semidefinite $n \times n$ matrix $A$, we want to solve the problem $$\max_{||x|| = 1, \ x\geq 0} x^T A x.$$
Here, $x\geq 0$ indicates that $x$ must be component-wise ...

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### Covering a random graph with spanning trees.

Let $G=(V,E)$ be a connected graph, say $V=\{1,\ldots,n\}$. Let $F=(V,E')$ be a uniformly random forest in $G$. (In other words, $E'$ is a subset of edges $E$ not containing a cycle, and it is ...

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### Degree constrained edge partitioning (version 2)

Given a graph $G=(V,E)$ with real-valued (positive or negative) weights assigned to its edges, we want to remove a set of edges so that the sum of the remaining edges is minimized and the degree of ...

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### Degree constrained edge partitioning

I've come up with the following optimization problem in my research. Is this a known problem in graph-theory and/or combinatorial optimization? If not, which of the known problems are the most similar ...

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### Is there an “adjacency matrix” for weighted directed graphs that captures the weights?

I am currently writing up some notes on the max-plus algebra $\mathbb{R}_{\max}$ (for those that have never seen the term "max-plus algebra", it is just $\mathbb{R}$ with addition replaced by $\max$ ...