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Two extended formulations for the virtual network function placement and routing problem

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Two extended formulations for the virtual network function placement and routing problem
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Networks, March 2023
DOI 10.1002/net.22144
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Ahlam Mouaci, Éric Gourdin, Ivana Ljubić, Nancy Perrot

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