The algorithmic problem solving group conducts research into mathematical method, in particular the problem-solving skills involved in the formulation and solution of algorithmic problems.  Our goal is to articulate these skills primarily by way of concrete examples, but also by the development of appropriate mathematical theory.

List of Seminars

There is undoubtedly a very great deal of interest in algorithmic problem solving within the School of Computer Science and we created a school-wide forum for discussion of algorithmic problems and methods for solving them. To this end, we arrange regular seminars. Some of these seminars are listed here.

A Supernodal Integer Programming Formulation of Graph Colouring

Written by Joao Ferreira.

"">Recounting the Rationals: Twice!

Written by Joao Ferreira.

The Capacity C Torch Problem

Written by Joao Ferreira.