Knapsack Problem using Greedy Method in DAA

Knapsack Problem using Greedy Method in DAA

Here you will learn to create a C program to Implement Knapsack Problem using greedy method in c programming language.

What is Knapsack Problem in DAA

The Knapsack Problem is like packing a bag with limited space. You have items with weights and values and a bag with a weight limit. Your goal is to choose the items that fit in the bag while maximizing their total value.

There are different versions: 0/1 (items go in or stay out), Fractional (you can take parts of items), and Multiple (many bags). It’s used in data analysis and other areas where you need to make the best choices with limited resources, like picking investments for maximum profit or selecting tasks within a time frame. It’s a tricky problem to solve efficiently.

Knapsack Problem using Greedy Method Example

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Knapsack Problem using Greedy Method in DAA

 

 

 

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