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The ‘Travelling salesman problem’ is very similar to the assignment problem except that in the former, there are additional restrictions that a salesman starts from his city, visits each city once and returns to his home city, so that the total distance (cost or time) is minimum. 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The Hamiltonian cycle problem is to find if there exists a tour that visits every city exactly once. The traveling salesman problem with adronestation(TSP-DS)isdevelopedbasedonmixedinteger programming. 80 0 obj<>stream 0000001807 00000 n 0000013318 00000 n A handbook for travelling salesmen from 1832 2 A cost c ij to travel from city i to city j. In this case there are 200 stops, but you can easily change the nStops variable to get a different problem size. �tn¾��Z���U/?�$��0�����-=����o��F|F����*���G�D#_�"�O[矱�?c-�>}� Nevertheless, one may appl y methods for the TSP to find good feasible solutions for this problem (see Lenstra & Rinnooy Kan, 1974). 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