# Questions tagged [knapsack]

For questions related to the knapsack problem that seeks to find the number of each item to include in a limited container (in an integer knapsack or whether to include an item in a binary knapsack), given each item's weight and value, with the goal of maximizing the total value.

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### Solving a variant of multiple knapsack problem/ generalized assignment problem

Consider $m$ knapsack and $n$ items. With each knapsack $j$ associated a capacity $c(j)$ and with each item $i$ associated a profit $p(i,j)$ (that depends on the knapsack, so it's not exactly the ...
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### Solving a knapsack problem with a lot of items

I am wondering what are the fastest ways(faster than classical dynamic programming) to solve the knapsack problem (to optimality) with $n$ items when $n$ is nearly equal to $10000$ ? Apart from ...
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### How to convert 3D bin packing problem to 2D bin packing approximation?

I'm trying to approximately solve a 3D container loading problem. Is it possible to use 2D bin packing algorithms? If so, how do we make the transformation? What are the conditions needed to make the ...
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### Looking for books in the same style as Hans Kellerer 2004, Knapsack Problems

I really enjoyed reading Hans Kellerer, David Pisinger, Ulrich Pferschy 2004 book Knapsack Problems. Can anybody recommend books in a similar style, about some other classes of problems / optimisation?...
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### Shipments consolidation - how to model mutually exclusive items with OR-Tools CP Solver in Python (multi-knapsack, updated)

I am implementing a solution for packages consolidation (basing on Nurse Problem solution) with OR-Tools CP Solver. There is a factory that manufactures some small Packages that need to be ...
### Prove that these linear programming problems are bounded by $O(k^{1/2})$
Prove that these linear programming problems are bounded by $O(k^{1/2})$ The expanded partial sums of the Möbius inverse of the Harmonic numbers have two out of three properties in common with this ...