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Julian Hall, "HiGHS: Theory, software and Impact"

Abstract: Since Dantzig formulated the simplex algorithm in 1947, the widespread need to solve linear optimization problems drove the development of algorithmic and computational techniques for decades, yielding several high performance commercial and open source software systems. This talk will focus on the Edinburgh-based work on solving large scale sparse linear programming problems that underpins the high performance open source linear optimization software, HiGHS, the challenges of developing such software, and the Impact that it has achieved.

Time: Fri 2021-10-01 11.00 - 12.00

Location: Seminar room 3418, via zoom. (We show the presentation using the projector)

Language: English

Lecturer: Julian Hall, University of Edingburgh

Page responsible:Per Enqvist
Belongs to: Department of Mathematics
Last changed: Sep 29, 2021