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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||A NOTE ON DUAL APPROXIMATION ALGORITHMS FOR CLASS CONSTRAINED BIN PACKING PROBLEMS|
|Abstract:||In this paper we present a dual approximation scheme for the class constrained shelf bin packing problem. In this problem, we are given bins of capacity 1, and n items of Q different classes, each item e with class c(e) and size s(e). The problem is to pack the items into bins, such that two items of different classes packed in a same bin must be in different shelves. Items in a same shelf are packed consecutively. Moreover, items in consecutive shelves must be separated by shelf divisors of size d. In a shelf bin packing problem, we have to obtain a shelf packing such that the total size of items and shelf divisors in any bin is at most 1. A dual approximation scheme must obtain a shelf packing of all items into N bins, such that, the total size of all items and shelf divisors packed in any bin is at most 1 + epsilon for a given epsilon > 0 and N is the number of bins used in an optimum shelf bin packing problem. Shelf divisors are used to avoid contact between items of different classes and can hold a set of items until a maximum given weight. We also present a dual approximation scheme for the class constrained bin packing problem. In this problem, there is no use of shelf divisors, but each bin uses at most C different classes.|
|Editor:||Edp Sciences S A|
|Appears in Collections:||Artigos e Materiais de Revistas Científicas - Unicamp|
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