Design and implementation of large scale primal transshipment algorithms
Bradley, Gordon H.
Brown, Gerald G.
Graves, Glenn W.
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A complete description is given of the design, implementation and use of a family of very fast and efficient large scale minimum cost primal network programs. Choice of data structures and computational testing of the network system GNET are discussed. Important extensions are explained such as exploitation of special problem structure, element generation techniques, post optimality analysis, operation with problem generators and external problem files, and generalization beyond pure network models.
This report also appears as Working Paper No. 260, Western Management Science Institute, University of California, Los Angeles, November 1976.