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Mixed-integer problems are those that involve both continuous and integer variables. The introduction of integer variables allows the modeling of complex decisions through graph theoretic representations denoted as

Test Problem | Description | Gams File |
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1 | Kocis-Grossmann (1988) | ex12.2.1.gms |

2 | Floudas (1995) | ex12.2.2.gms |

3 | Yuan-et.al., (1988) | ex12.2.3.gms |

4 | Berman-Ashrafi (1993) | ex12.2.4.gms |

5 | Integer nonconvex problem, Porn, et.al., (1998) | ex12.2.5.gms |

6 | Porn, et.al., (1998)-II | ex12.2.6.gms |

Test Problem | Description | Gams File |
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1 | Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis | ex12.3.3.gms |

2 | Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis | ex12.4.3.gms |

3 | Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis | ex12.4.4.gms |

4 | Pump Network Synthesis | ex12.5.2.gms |

5 | Trim Loss Minimization | ex12.6.3.gms |

6 | Trim Loss Minimization | ex12.6.4.gms |

7 | Trim Loss Minimization | ex12.6.5.gms |

8 | Trim Loss Minimization | ex12.6.6.gms |