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Algorithms for Floor Planning with Proximity Requirements

@article{Klawitter2021AlgorithmsFF,
  title={Algorithms for Floor Planning with Proximity Requirements},
  author={J. Klawitter and Felix Klesen and A. Wolff},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2107.05036}
}
Floor planning is an important and difficult task in architecture. When planning office buildings, rooms that belong to the same organisational unit should be placed close to each other. This leads to the following NP-hard mathematical optimization problem. Given the outline of each floor, a list of room sizes, and, for each room, the unit to which it belongs, the aim is to compute floor plans such that each room is placed on some floor and the total distance of the rooms within each unit is… Expand

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