by Katta G. Murty
Publisher: Prentice Hall 2006
Number of pages: 824
This book covers the significant advances in network flow methods ranging across modeling, applications, algorithms, their implementations, and computational complexity. It deals with the problems faced on network structures that can be handled by linear programming techniques or their adaptations. It is particularly useful for professionals involved in mathematical programming and linear programming in the areas of operations research, industrial engineering, other branches of engineering and business applications.
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