Network Flows: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications
Pearson, 2013 - Mathematical optimization - 846 pages
Among all topics covered in operations research, network flows theory offers the best context to illustrate the basic concepts of optimization. This book provides an integrative view of the theory, algorithms and applications of network flows. In order for their presentation to be more intuitive and accessible to a wider audience, the authors prefer to adopt a network or graphical viewpoint rather than relying on a linear programming approach.
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