While typically many approaches have been mainly mathematics focused, graph theory has become a tool used by scientists, researchers, and engineers in using modeling techniques to solve real-world problems. Graph Theory for Operations Research and Management: Applications in Industrial Engineering presents traditional and contemporary applications of graph theory in the areas of industrial engineering, management science, and applied operations research. This comprehensive collection of research introduces the useful basic concepts of graph theory in real world applications.According to Table 1, it can be stated that for single-source shortest path problems, the BFS and the DAG approaches are ... been developed for the maximum flow problem, from which augmenting path algorithms (the Ford and Fulkerson algorithm ... 0 0 Step 3: While the residual network ()GR has an augmenting path (p) from s to t Step 4: cp ci j p i j R R ( ): min (, ): ( ... i j pa Step 6: fij fij cpR (, ): (, ) () = + Step 7: fj i fi j (, ): (, ) = a Step 8: Return f fst : (, )// = (maximum flow in the network).
|Title||:||Graph Theory for Operations Research and Management: Applications in Industrial Engineering|
|Author||:||Farahani, Reza Zanjirani|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2012-12-31|