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**traveling salesman problem**, for which a long-standing conjecture states that a certain algorithm gives a better guarantee than current methods can prove.This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

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A prominent example is the **traveling salesman problem**, for which a long-standing conjecture states that a certain algorithm gives a better guarantee than current methods can prove.

A **traveling salesman problem** (TSP) is a traditional and well-known optimization problem in the field of operations research.

An Efficient Heuristic Algorithm for the **Traveling Salesman Problem**, Proceedings of the 8th International Heinz Nixdorf Symposium, Paderborn, Germany

A sampling of topics: new hierarchical routing protocol for WSNs, novel VNS algorithms on asymmetric **traveling salesman problems**, electric load forecasting, real-time visual feedback enhances Tower of Hanoi manipulation task, and part-of-speech approach to evaluation of textbook reviews, among many others.

Thus, cutting plane algorithms for the **traveling salesman problem** must solve a large number of edge connectivity problems reported that the solution of edge connectivity problems was the computational bottleneck in their state-of-the-art cutting-plane based algorithm.

Based on converting this idea to a search mechanism, ant colony system can be applied for solving some combinatorial optimization problems such as the job-shop scheduling problem (JSP), quadratic assignment problem (QAP) and **traveling salesman problem** (TSP) [4]etc.

Heuristics for the **TRAVELING SALESMAN problem** (TSP) provide a good example.

Specific topics covered include inventory theory and location analysis, business process reengineering, statistical confidence intervals, forecasting techniques, network analysis such as the **traveling salesman problem** and PERT, and much more.