The bottleneck transportation problem

@inproceedings{Garfinkel1971TheBT,
  title={The bottleneck transportation problem},
  author={Robert S. Garfinkel and M. L. Ranga Rao},
  year={1971}
}
The bottleneck transportation problem can be stated as follows: A set of supplies and a set of demands are specified such that the total supply is equal to the total demand. There is a transportation time associated between each supply point and each demand point. It is required to find a feasible distribution (of the supplies) which minimizes the maximum transportaton time associated between a supply point and a demand point such that the distribution between the two points is positive. In… CONTINUE READING

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