Every Nontrivial Facet-Defining Inequality for the Corner Polyhedron is an Intersection Cut
journal contributionposted on 19.04.2005 by Michele Conforti, Gerard Cornuejols, Giacomo Zambelli
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Intersection cuts were introduced by Balas and the corner polyhedron by Gomory. It is a classical result that intersection cuts are valid for the corner polyhedron. In this paper we show that, conversely every nontrivial facet-defining inequality for the corner polyhedron is an intersection cut.