Thomas Tilli

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Given a finite set of spheres of different sizes we study the three-dimensional Strip Packing Problem (3D-SPP) as well as the three-dimensional Knapsack Problem (3D-KP). The 3D-SPP asks for a placement of all spheres within a cuboidal strip of fixed width and height so that the variable length of the cuboidal strip is minimized. The 3D-KP requires packing(More)
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