Hi, everyone

I am interested in doing research in MIP field, both applied and theoretical. In the theoretical side, I realized that many good MIP papers contains polyhedral proof result and some of them are very difficult for me to understand. I wonder is it too unrealistic to work in theoretical MIP filed for a non-math major in undergrad (I have a master degree in industrial engineering though)?

If I want to improve my proof technique and knowledge in polyhedral combinatorics, could anyone suggest me how to do it? Or even further, any suggestions from you for a potential phd student who wants to work on theoretical MIP field. Thank you very much.

asked 21 Aug '16, 15:01

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