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We study the Capacitated k-Median problem, for which all the known constant factor approximation algorithms violate either the number of facilities or the capacities. While the standard LP-relaxation can only be used for algorithms violating one of the two by a factor of at least two, Shi Li [SODA'15, SODA'16] gave algorithms violating the number of(More)
In the well-studied Unsplittable Flow on a Path problem (UFP), we are given a path graph with edge capacities. Furthermore, we are given a collection of n tasks, each one characterized by a subpath, a weight, and a demand. Our goal is to select a maximum weight subset of tasks so that the total demand of selected tasks using each edge is upper bounded by(More)
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