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Jean-Philippe P. Richard

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Articles under Review

  • T. T. Nguyen, J.-P. P. Richard, and M. Tawarmalani, “Deriving convex hulls through lifting and projection,” submitted to Mathematical Programming (third revision).
  • D. Davarnia, J.-P. P. Richard, and M. Tawarmalani, “Simultaneous convexification of bilinear functions over polytopes with application to network interdiction,” submitted to SIAM Journal on Optimization (first revision).
  • D. Davarnia, J.-P. P. Richard, and E. Icyuz, “Unsplittable Network Flow Problems: Models and Applications,” submitted to Operations Research (first revision).
  • T. T. Nguyen, J.-P. P. Richard and M. Tawarmalani, “Convexification techniques for linear complementarity constraints”, submitted to Mathematical Programming.
  • J. Kim, M. Tawarmalani, and J.-P. P. Richard, “On cutting planes for cardinality constraints optimization problems,” submitted to Mathematical Programming.

Refereed Journal Publications

  • A. N. Arslan, J.-P. P. Richard, and Y. Guan. “On the polyhedral structure of two-level lot-sizing problems with supplier selection,” Naval Research Logistics, 8, 647-666, 2016
  • I. E. Içyüz-Ay, J-P P. Richard, E. Eskigun, and D. Acharya. “A Two-Model Solution Approach for the Monthly Coal Train Reservations Planning Problem,” Transportation Science, 50, 926-946, 2016.
  • Y. Tang, J.-P. P. Richard and J. C. Smith. “A class of algorithms for mixed integer bilevel min-max optimization,” Journal on Global Optimization, 66, 225-262, 2016.
  • D.L. Burchett and J.-P.P. Richard. “Multi-commodity variable upper bound flow models,” Discrete Optimization, 17, 89-122, 2015.
  • A. Diabat and J.-P. P. Richard. “An integrated supply chain problem: a nested lagrangian relaxation approach,” Annals of Operations Research, 229, 303-323,2015.
  • K. H. Chung, J.-P P. Richard and M. Tawarmalani. “Lifted inequalities for 0-1 mixed-integer bilinear covering sets,” Mathematical Programming, 145, 403-450, 2014.
  • T. Le, A. Diabat, J.-P. P. Richard, and Y. Yih. “A column generation-based heuristic algorithm for an inventory routing problem with perishable product,” Optimization Letters, 7, 1481-1502, 2013.
  • M. Tawarmalani, J.-P P. Richard and C. X. Xiong, “Explicit convex and concave envelopes through polyhedral subdivisions,” Mathematical Programming, 138,531-577, 2013.
  • A. Diabat, J.-P. P. Richard and C. W. Codrington “A Lagrangian relaxation approach to simultaneous strategic and tactical planning in supply chain design,” Annals of Operations Research, 203, 55-80, 2013.
  • J. P. Turner, J. Qiao, M. Lawley, J.-P. Richard and D. Abraham “Mitigating shortage and distribution in damaged water networks,” Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 46, 315-326, 2012.
  •  A. T. Tuncel, F. Preciado-Walters, R. L. Rardin, M. Langer and J.-P. P. Richard. “Strong valid inequalities for fluence map optimization problems under dose volume restrictions,” Annals of Operations Research, 196, 819-840, 2012.
  • A. Narisetty, J.-P. P. Richard, and G. L. Nemhauser “Lifted tableaux inequalities for 0-1 mixed-integer programs: a computational study,” Informs Journal on Computing, 23, 416-424, 2011.
  • B. Zeng and J.-P. P. Richard “A polyhedral study on 0-1 knapsack problems with disjoint cardinality constraints: strong valid inequalities by sequence-independent lifting”, Discrete Optimization, 8, 259-276, 2011.
  • B. Zeng and J.-P. P. Richard “A polyhedral study on 0-1 knapsack problems with disjoint cardinality constraints: facet-defining inequalities by sequential lifting”, Discrete Optimization, 8, 277-301, 2011.
  • M. Tawarmalani , J.-P. P. Richard and K. H. Chung. “Strong valid Inequalities for orthogonal disjunctions and bilinear covering sets,” Mathematical Programming, 124, 481-512, 2010.
  • S. Dey and J.-P. P. Richard. “Relations between facets of low- and high-dimensional group problems,” Mathematical Programming, 123, 285-313, 2010.
  • J.-P. P. Richard and M. Tawarmalani. “Lifting inequalities: a framework for generating strong cuts in nonlinear programming,” Mathematical Programming, 121, 61-104, 2010.
  • S. Dey, J.-P. P. Richard, Y. Li and L. Miller. “On the extreme inequalities of infinite group problems,” Mathematical Programming, 121, 145-170, 2010.
  • S. Dey and J.-P. P. Richard. “A cut improvement procedure and its application to primal cutting plane algorithms,” INFORMS Journal on Computing, 21, 137-150, 2009.
  • C. A. Arboleda, D. M. Abraham, J.-P. P. Richard and R. Lubitz. “Vulnerability assessment of health care facilities during disaster events,” ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems, 15, 149-161, 2009.
  • J.-P. P. Richard, Y. Li and L. Miller. “Valid inequalities for MIPs and group polyhedra from approximate liftings,” Mathematical Programming, 118, 253-277, 2009.
  • A. Narisetty, J.-P. P. Richard, D. Ramcharan, D. Murphy, G. Minsk, and J. Fuller. “An optimization model for empty freight car assignment at Union Pacific Railroad,” Interfaces, 38, 89-102, 2008.
  • M. Lawley, V. Parmeshwaran, J.-P. P. Richard, A. Turkcan, A. Dalal and D. Ramcharan. “A time-space scheduling model for optimizing recurring bulk railcar,” Transportation Research Part B Methodological, 42, 438-454, 2008.
  • L. A. Miller, Y. Li, J.-P. P. Richard. “New families of facets of finite and infinite group problems from approximate lifting,” Naval Research Logistics 55, 172-191, 2008.
  • Y. Li and J.-P. P. Richard. “Cook, Kannan and Schrijver’s example revisited,” Discrete Optimization, 5, 724-734, 2008.
  • S. Dey and J.-P. P. Richard. “Facets of two-dimensional infinite group problems,” Mathematics of Operations Research, 33, 140-166, 2008.
  • J. Qiao, H.S. Jeong, M. Lawley, J.-P. P. Richard, D.M. Abraham, and Y. Yih. “Allocating security resources in water infrastructure,” IIE Transactions, 39, 95-109, 2007.
  • M. U. Thomas and J.-P. P. Richard. “Warranty based method for establishing reliability improvement targets,” IIE Transactions, 38, 1049-1058, 2006.
  • H.S. Jeong, J. Qiao, D.M. Abraham, M. Lawley, J.-P. P. Richard, and Y. Yih. “Minimizing the consequences of intentional attack on water infrastructure,” Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, 21, 79-92, 2006.
  • J.-P. P. Richard, I. R. de Farias and G.L. Nemhauser. “Lifted inequalities for 0-1 mixed integer programming : superlinear lifting”, Mathematical Programming, 98, 115-143, 2003.
  • J.-P. P. Richard, I. R. de Farias and G.L. Nemhauser. “Lifted inequalities for 0-1 mixed integer programming : basic theory and algorithms”, Mathematical Programming, 98, 89-113, 2003.

Book Chapters

  • J.-P. P. Richard. ”Inequalities from group relaxations”, Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, 2011, doi:10.1002/9780470400531.eorms0402.
  •  J.-P. P. Richard. ”Lifting techniques for mixed integer programming”, Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, 2011, doi:10.1002/9780470400531.eorms0464.
  • J.-P. P. Richard and S. Dey. “The group-theoretic approach to mixed integer programming,” in 50 Years of Integer Programming 1958-2008, eds Junger et al., Springer, 727-801, 2010.

Publications in Refereed Conference Proceedings

  • T. T. Nguyen, M Tawarmalani and J.-P. P. Richard. “Convexification techniques for linear complementarity constraints,” in O. G¨unl¨uk & G. J. Woeginger (Eds.):
    Integer Programming and Combinatoral Optimization 15. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6655, 336-348, 2011.
  • A. Diabat and J.-P. P. Richard. “Optimization modeling of an integrated supply chain network,” in Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE IEEM. Proceedings, pgs 518-
    522, 2009. Proceedings available online with IEEE Xplore.
  • B. Zeng and J.-P. P. Richard. “A framework to derive multidimensional superadditive lifting functions and its applications”, in M. Fischetti & D. P. Williamson (Eds.), Integer Programming and Combinatorial Optimization 12. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4513, 210-224, 2007.
  • S. Dey and J.-P. P. Richard. “Facets of the two-dimensional group problem”, in M. Fischetti & D. P. Williamson (Eds.), Integer Programming and Combinatorial Optimization 12. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4513, 30-42, 2007.
  • C.A. Arboleda, D.M. Abraham, J.-P. P. Richard, R. Lubitz. “Impact of interdependencies between infrastructure systems in the operation of heath care facilities during disaster events,” in Proceedings of the Joint International Conference on Computing and Decision Making in Civil and Building Engineering, 2006 (proceedings on CD-ROM, ISBN 2921145588).
  • H.S. Jeong, J. Qiao, D.M. Abraham, M. Lawley, J.-P. P. Richard, and Y. Yih. “A consequence mitigation model for water networks subject to intentional physical
    attacks,” in L. Soibelman & F. Pena-Mora (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2005 ASCE International Conference of Computing in Civil Engineering, 2005 (proceedings n CD-ROM, ISBN 0784407940).
  • H. S. Jeong, D. M. Abraham, J. Qiao, M. Lawley, J.-P. P. Richard, and Y. Yih. “Issues in risk management of water networks against intentional attacks,” in
    J.J. Galleher & M.T. Stift (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2004 ASCE International Conference on Pipeline Engineering and Construction, 2004 (proceedings on
    CD-ROM, ISBN 0784407452).
  • J.-P. P. Richard, I. R. de Farias and G.L. Nemhauser. “A simplex based Algorithm for 0-1 mixed integer programming,” in M. Junger, G. Reinelt & G. Rinaldi (Eds.), Combinatorial Optimization – Eureka, You Shrink! Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2570, 158-170, 2003.
  • J.-P. P. Richard, I. R. de Farias and G.L. Nemhauser. “Lifted inequalities for 0-1 mixed integer programming : basic theory and algorithms,” in W.J. Cook & A.S. Schulz (Eds.), Integer Programming and Combinatorial Optimization 9. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2337, 161-175, 2002.

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