**Knapsack Problems: Algorithms and Computer Implementations**

by Silvano Martello, Paolo Toth

**Publisher**: John Wiley & Sons 1990**ISBN/ASIN**: 0471924202**ISBN-13**: 9780471924203**Number of pages**: 308

**Description**:

Here is a state of art examination on exact and approximate algorithms for a number of important NP-hard problems in the field of integer linear programming, which the authors refer to as "knapsack". Includes not only the classical knapsack problems such as binary, bounded, unbounded or binary multiple, but also less familiar problems such as subset-sum and change-making.

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