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- Network Flows: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications
- Ravindra K. Ahuja
- Minimum Cost Network Flow Algorithms
Network Flows: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications
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Handbook of Optimization in Telecommunications pp Cite as. The minimal cost network flow model is defined along with optimality criteria and three efficient procedures for obtaining an optimal solution. Primal and dual network simplex methods are specializations of well-known algorithms for linear programs. The primal procedure maintains primal feasibility at each iteration and seeks to simultaneously achieve dual feasibility, The dual procedure maintains dual feasibility and moves toward primal feasibility. All operations for both algorithms can be performed on a graphical structure called a tree. The scaling push-relabel method is designed exclusively for optimization problems on a network. Neither primal nor dual feasibility is achieved until the final iteration.
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Minimum Cost Network Flow Algorithms
Ravindra K. Ahuja born February 20, is an Indian-born American computer scientist and entrepreneur. Ahuja specializes in mathematical modeling , state-of-the-art network optimization techniques and solving large-scale scheduling problems arising in logistics and transportation. Ahuja has provided scholarly contributions to the theory and applications of network optimization.
This paper presents an algorithm for solving a minimum cost flow MCF problem with a dual approach. The algorithm holds the complementary slackness at each iteration and finds an augmenting path by updating node potential iteratively. Then, flow can be augmented at the original network. In contrast to other popular algorithms, the presented algorithm does not find a residual network, nor find a shortest path.