Complexity of One Packing Optimization Problem
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The authors consider packing optimization for elements of a square matrix, which are given by positive integers, into blocks of fixed size. The problem is formulated and its combinatorial intractability is discussed. The problem is proved to be NP-complete. This is done by polynomial reduction of an NP-complete minimum-cost integer multicommodity flow problem to this problem.
Keywordspacking optimization integer multicommodity flow labor input of exhaustive search polynomial reducibility NP-complete problems
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