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Topic: non-discrete knapsack
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Re: non-discrete knapsack
Posted: Nov 10, 2010 10:56 PM
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On Nov 4, 7:27 pm, "" <>
> Yes, please post your solution.
> Right now I am thinking of following the suggestion of implementing
> primal simplex with bounded variables with only two rows.

Sorry for the delay; the INFORMS conference has kept me hopping. My
algorithm is a bit long to explain here, so I posted it on my blog
count.html). I have proof-of-concept code (in Java), although I
didn't bother to code the bisection search for the first phase (I just
brute-force it). If you want to see the code, you can reply directly
to me (or to the list, or drop a comment on my blog, your choice) and
send me your e-mail address.


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