The Knapsack-Problem With Disjoint Multiple-Choice Constraints
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ALGORITHM; Operations Research & Management Science
In this article we consider the binary knapsack problem under disjoint multiple-choice constraints. We propose a two-stage algorithm based on Lagrangian relaxation. The first stage determines in polynomial time an optimal Lagrange multiplier value, which is then used within a branch-and-bound scheme to rank-order the solutions, leading to an optimal solution in a relatively low depth of search. The validity of the algorithm is established, a numerical example is included, and computational experience is described.
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Aggarwal, V; Deo, N; and Sarkar, D, "The Knapsack-Problem With Disjoint Multiple-Choice Constraints" (1992). Faculty Bibliography. 1993.