# A Parallel Algorithm for NMNF Problems with a Large Number of Capacity Constraints

@article{Lin2007APA, title={A Parallel Algorithm for NMNF Problems with a Large Number of Capacity Constraints}, author={Shieh-Shing Lin}, journal={IEICE Trans. Fundam. Electron. Commun. Comput. Sci.}, year={2007}, volume={90-A}, pages={2884-2890} }

In this paper, we propose a converting technique based method to solve nonlinear multi-commodity network flow (NMNF) problems with a large number of capacity constraints and discuss the associated implementation. We have combined this method with a successive quadratic programming (SQP) method and a parallel dual-type (PDt) method possessing decomposition effects. We have tested our method in solving a kind of lattice-type network system examples of NMNF problems. The simulation results show…

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