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DESCRIPTION:AbstractEfficient solution approaches for quadratic unconstrain
ed binary optimization (QUBO) problems are of great interest for several r
easons. Firstly\, the well-known maximum-cut problem admits a natural form
ulation as a QUBO problem. Secondly\, other optimization problems like the
graph bisection problem\, the maximum independent set problem\, linearly
constrained binary quadratic problems\, and many more can be reformulated
as an instance of QUBO. Since linear programming based approaches perform
poorly on dense problem instances\, all state-of-the-art approaches involv
e semidefinite relaxations in this case. In this talk\, we present an exac
t solver for QUBO problems based on semidefinite programming. It uses the
so-called mixing method\, a low-rank coordinate descent method\, as its ma
in tool to tackle the occurring semidefinite programs. We discuss some new
ideas implemented in the solver and provide numerical results showing tha
t it outperforms the other existing semidefinite approaches for medium-siz
ed instances. Moreover\, it was a paradigm in recent years to tighten semi
definite relaxations by considering more and more valid inequalities. In c
ontrast to this\, we demonstrate that weaker relaxations can still be comp
etitive when used in a branch-and-bound approach.
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LOCATION:Aula A4 Diag
SUMMARY:An Exact Solver for QUBO Problems using the Mixing Method - Jan Sch
widessen
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