# A Fixed-Parameter Linear-Time Algorithm to Compute Principal Typings of Planar Flow Networks

@article{Kfoury2018AFL, title={A Fixed-Parameter Linear-Time Algorithm to Compute Principal Typings of Planar Flow Networks}, author={Assaf J. Kfoury}, journal={ArXiv}, year={2018}, volume={abs/1807.07067} }

We present an alternative and simpler method for computing principal typings of flow networks. When limited to planar flow networks, the method can be made to run in fixed-parameter linear-time -- where the parameter not to be exceeded is what is called the edge-outerplanarity of the networks' underlying graphs.

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