Anybody seen literature on this twist to the BKP? My weights and profits are deterministic but I have probabilistic upper bounds. Any help is appreciated.

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By "upper bounds" do you mean knapsack capacity?

(23 Sep '14, 16:37) Paul Rubin ♦♦

No, the upper bound on the quantity that item i can go into the knapsack. Knapsack capacity, profits, and item weights are deterministic.

Right now I'm thinking about a simulation-optimization hybrid approach but if there is a way to solve to optimality I'll all ears!

(23 Sep '14, 18:07) kmwest
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