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Management Science 3, No. The classic one-dimensional cutting stock problem is to determine how to cut rolls of paper of fixed-width into customer orders for smaller widths so as to minimize waste. The cutting stock problem can be formulated as an integer linear programming problem and solved using column generation. The Cutting Stock Problem case study presents a small example, provides an integer linear programming formulation, and discusses the delayed column generation approach.
The Wikipedia entry lists a number of examples and provides some references.
VPSolver is a vector packing solver based on an arc-flow formulation with graph compression; it generates models that can be solved using general-purpose mixed-integer programming solvers. In two-dimensional cutting stock problems, rectangular or more general shapes are to be cut from a larger sheet. There are both guillotine and non-guillotine versions. Packing Problems can be viewed as complementary to cutting problems in that the objective is to fill a larger space with specified smaller shapes in the most economical profitable way.
There are geometric packing problems in one dimension, two dimensions and even three dimensions, such as those that arise in filling trucks or shipping containers. The size measure is not always length or width; it may be weight, for example. Given a connected, undirected graph, a spanning tree of the graph is a subgraph that is a tree and connects all the vertices. Given a weight assigned to each edge, a minimum spanning tree is a spanning tree with weight less than or equal to the weight of every other spanning tree.