A novel way of solving real-world problems
Submodularity is a property of set functions with deep theoretical consequences and far-reaching applications. With many real-world applications, submodular function maximisation affects many aspects of daily life – from pollution detection to gang violence reduction. With so many real-world applications, problems with a submodal objective have been the focus of intense research. The EU-funded SUBMODULAR project will develop a new theoretical algorithmic foundation for submodular maximisation. The aim will be to enable us to completely resolve basic optimisation problems and facilitate the design of fast and easily implementable algorithms that can be used in practice.
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