The Random Linear Bottleneck Assignment Problem

@inproceedings{Pferschy1995TheRL,
  title={The Random Linear Bottleneck Assignment Problem},
  author={Ulrich Pferschy},
  booktitle={IPCO},
  year={1995}
}
It is shown that the expected value of the optimal solution ofannxn linear bottleneck assignment problem with independently and identically distributed costs tends towards the infimum of the cost range as n tends to infinity. For fixed n and the uniform distribution explicit upper and lower bounds are given. Moreover, an algorithm with O (n ) expected running time is présentée. 
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