“Integer Programming begins by introducing the
subject and giving several examples of integer programming problems. … This
book would be suitable for a graduate level course on the mathematics of
cutting plane methods. … This book might also be of interest as a reference for
researchers working in this area. … This book offers a more focused
presentation that makes it better suited for use as a textbook.” (Brian
Borchers, MAA Reviews, maa.org, December, 2015)

“The book is written in a very clear and didactic
style. … very useful for mathematically mature undergraduates, graduate
students, postdocs, and established researchers who are interested in the
techniques. …This is an excellent and impressive book. We wholeheartedly
recommend it as a textbook for advanced undergraduate and introductory graduate
courses on integer programming.” (Jakub Marecek, Interfaces, Vol. 45 (5),
September-October, 2015)

“The authors deliver a comprehensive presentation of integer programming. … Everything is presented in a rigorous way, but on the other hand, the form makes it easy to understand for everyone. Each chapter is followed by the exercises, that allow to recall the contents. … the book is an essential text in the field of integer programing, that should be recommended as a very useful textbook for students, but also a valuable introduction for the researchers in this area.” (Marcin Anholcer, zbMATH 1307.90001, 2015)