 
Name  iris.2_q 
Classification  ncbcd2 
Problem type  maxfs 
Description  Bilinear model for the MaxFS instance iris.2_q 
 
Objective sense  min 
Variables  455 (150 binary, 0 general integer, 305 continuous) 
Nonlinear variables  305 
Constraints  300 
Nonlinear constraints  150 
Linear nonzeros  1150 
Nonlinear nonzeros  150 
 
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Originator  Marc Pfetsch 
Formulator  Marc Pfetsch 
Donator  Marc Pfetsch 
 
References 
AmaldiBruglieriCasale2008
Pfetsch2008
FrankAsuncion2010

Links 
The Maximum Feasible Subsystem problem Home page UCI Machine Learning Repository 
 
Additional information  This is a bilinear (quadratic, complementary) model for the
complementary problem of the maximum feasible subsystem problem
(MaxFS). Given an infeasible linear inequality system, the MaxFS
problem consists of finding a subsystem of largest cardinality that is
feasible. The complementary problem removes the least number of
inequalities such that the resulting system is feasible.
The model introduces a slack variable for each linear inequality and a
binary variable that indicates whether a certain inequality is
fulfilled or not. For each inequality the corresponding two variables
are coupled via a complementary constraint, i.e., at least one of them
must be 0. This is a classical formulation. It has been used, for
instance, in Amaldi
et al. [2008]. A description of a branchandcut algorithm and
more information about the problem can be found in Pfetsch [2008].
The original instances can be accessed through the Maximum Feasible
Subsystem problem Home page. Some instances are based on data from the
UCI Machine Learning Repository.

 