Exceptional Paper--Design and Implementation of Large Scale Primal Transshipment Algorithms

@inproceedings{Brown1976ExceptionalPA,
  title={Exceptional Paper--Design and Implementation of Large Scale Primal Transshipment Algorithms},
  author={Gerald G. Brown and Glenn W. Graves and Gordon H. Bradley},
  year={1976}
}
A complete description is given of the design, implementation and use of a family of very fast and efficient large scale minimum cost (primal simplex) network programs. The class of capacitated transshipment problems solved is the most general of the minimum cost network flow models which include the capacitated and uncapacitated transportation problems and the classical assignment problem; these formulations are used for a large number of diverse applications to determine how (or at what rate… CONTINUE READING

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