Combinatorial and scheduling problems, Computer Engineering

Combinatorial and Scheduling Problems: One class of problems is concerned with specifying optimal scheduled. A classical example is the Travelling Salesperson Problem where the problem is to find a minimum distance tour starting at one of the several cities visiting other cities only once and then returning back to the starting city.

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