Profiles and Activities : National University Corporation Fukushima University

Profile

Akira Nakayama(Professor)
Affiliated Specialty Division Division of Industrial System
Specialized Field of Study  Operations Research, Applied Mathematics
Final Academic Background  Socio-Economic Planning, Univ. of Tsukuba
Academic Degree  Ph. D.( Univ. of Tsukuba)
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Courses In Charge

mathematical programming
Mathematical programming problems are the mathematical problems which ask for minimal or maximal values of an objective function subject to some constraints. This cource provides a theory to solve these problems.
 
 
 
 

Main Research

To find algorithms for solving optimization problems in networks
A network is defined as a graph with functions where the graph is a pair of a set of vertices and a set of arcs. Optmization problems are the mathematical problems which ask for minimal or maximal values of an objective function subject to some constraints.

Introduction of Laboratory

Our lab has been doing activity to find algorithms for solving optimization problems in networks. A network is defined as a graph with functions where the graph consists of a set of vertices and a set of arcs. Optmization problems are the mathematical problems which ask for minimal or maximal values of an objective function subject to some constraints. Current themes are to find an optimal generalized network flow efficiently and/or to develop new methods for solving loglinear optimization problems.

Recent Writings, etc.

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