An annotated bibliography of GRASP

This paper presents an annotated bibliography of greedy randomized adaptive search procedures (GRASP). The bibliography is current up to early 2004. The bibliography contains: background material; tutorials and surveys; enhancements to the basic method; hybrid methods; software; parallel GRASP; graph theory; quadratic and other assignment problems; location, layout, and cutting; covering, clustering, packing, and partitioning; … Read more

An updated bibliography of GRASP

This document contains references related to GRASP (greedy randomized adaptive search procedure) that have either appeared in the literature or as technical reports. If you are aware of any uncited reference, incorrectly cited reference, or update to a cited reference, please contact Mauricio G. C. Resende at the address given at the end of this … Read more

An annotated bibliography of network interior point methods

This paper presents an annotated bibliography on interior point methods for solving network flow problems. We consider single and multi-commodity network flow problems, as well as preconditioners used in implementations of conjugate gradient methods for solving the normal systems of equations that arise in interior network flow algorithms. Applications in electrical engineering and miscellaneous papers … Read more

A Quadratic Programming Bibliography

The following is a list of all of the published and unpublished works on quadratic programming that we are aware of. Some are general references to background material, while others are central to the development of the quadratic programming methods and to the applications we intend to cover in our evolving book on the subject. … Read more

GRASP: An annotated bibliography

A greedy randomized adaptive search procedure (GRASP) is a metaheuristic for combinatorial optimization. It is a multi-start or iterative process, in which each {GRASP} iteration consists of two phases, a construction phase, in which a feasible solution is produced, and a local search phase, in which a local optimum in the neighborhood of the constructed … Read more