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Recursive Computational Procedure for Two-dimensional Stock Cutting

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Herz, J.C. ; IBM Paris Scientific Center, 21 Avenue Gambetta, 92 Courbevoie, France

A recursive algorithm is implemented to give high computational speeds in the solution of a cutting-stock problem. Optimal edge-to-edge cutting is shown to be achieved more easily by recursive programming than by conventional methods. The technique features preliminary discretization, which lowers the memory requirements in the computational procedure. A comparison is made between this recursive algorithm and two iterative algorithms previously given by Gilmore-Gomory. The limitations of the algorithms are discussed and some numerical results given.

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IBM Journal of Research and Development  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

Sept. 1972

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