On the solution of traveling salesman problems.

Applegate, David; Bixby, Robert; Chvátal, Vašek; Cook, William

Documenta Mathematica (1998)

  • page 645-656
  • ISSN: 1431-0643

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Applegate, David, et al. "On the solution of traveling salesman problems.." Documenta Mathematica (1998): 645-656. <http://eudml.org/doc/233207>.

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