Fragmentary Structures in a Two-Dimensional Strip Packing Problem
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The general problem of two-dimensional packing in a semi-bounded strip is considered. It is shown that the problem can be considered as an optimization problem on a fragmentary structure and is reduced to the problem of combinatorial optimization on a set of permutations. A universal approach to representing two-dimensional figures and an algorithm for packing them in a strip are considered. An approach to modifying the original problem to attain an optimal solution is proposed.
Keywordsdiscrete optimization fragmentary structure two-dimensional strip packing evolutionary algorithm
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