I have a set covering model where the lower bound improves at what I would have called a glacial pace before the environment started warming. The constraints are high cardinality (upwards of 200 ones in a row), and there are quite a few of them. Does anybody know a method for tightening, lifting or generally improving dense set cover constraints?

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