We are given a digraph G = (N, A), where each arc is colored with one among k given colors. We look for a spanning arborescence T of G rooted at a given node and having minimum changeover cost. We call this the Minimum Changeover Cost Arborescence problem. To the authors’ knowledge, it is a … Read more
Network migration scheduling is the problem where inter-nodal traffic from an outdated telecommunications network is to be migrated to a new network. Nodes are migrated, one at each time period, from the old to the new network. All traffic originating or terminating at given node in the old network is moved to a specific node … Read more
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In this work we summarize the basic elements of primal and dual Newton algorithms for network optimization with continuously differentiable (strictly) convex arc cost functions. Both the basic mathematics and implementation are discussed, and hints to important tuning details are made. The exposition assumes that the reader posseses a significant level of prior knowledge in … Read more