Convexification and Global Optimization in Continuous
and Mixed-Integer Nonlinear Programming
Theory, Algorithms, Software, and Applications
and Nikolaos V.
This book provides an insightful and comprehensive treatment of
convexification and global optimization of continuous and mixed-integer
nonlinear programs. Developed with the needs of students, researchers,
and practitioners in mind, this well-balanced and thought-provoking book
covers theory, algorithms, software, and applications in a variety of
areas, including molecular design, process and product design, facility
location, and supply chain design and operation. The book is liberally
illustrated, extensively referenced, and offers a rich collection of
models, applications, and numerical examples.
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Most of the results described in the book can be reproduced
which is an integrated version of
with the GAMS Development
Environment. GAMS models described in the book are provided below: