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"problem" in tags

Another tagging question: Should we include the word "problem" for classical problems? traveling-salesman vs. traveling-salesman-problem shortest-path vs. shortest-path-problem p-median vs. p-median-...
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What should our tags look like?

related: Tag synonyms and descriptions Should the main tag for linear programming be lp or linear-programming? mip or milp or mixed-integer-programming? sp or stochastic-programming? Note: this is ...
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Optimization vs Optimisation in tags

It took longer than I expected, but the first tag spelling optimization as optimisation has been introduced. I know this is an american-english versus british-english debate. However, google gives ...
Michael Feldmeier's user avatar
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Should we have a custom tag for questions deviating from SE norms?

This is a spin-off of a meta discussion at How closely should we stick to Stack Exchange norms?. It came up in that discussion that some other SE sites use a "soft-question" tag for ...
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Synonymise [tsp] and [traveling-salesman]

I've already seen the tsp tag on the site but not traveling-salesman. I think the least is to synonymize them. Similarly, we can do that for vrp and vehicle-routing. Please add an answer below ...
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Synonymise [lp] and [linear-programming]

The site was launches just a few hours ago, so the tags are messy. I found the lp and linear-programming tags which are about exactly the same thing. LP is an abbreviation of linear programming, so I ...
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