6 edition of Algorithms for network programming found in the catalog.
|Statement||Jeff L. Kennington, Richard V. Helgason.|
|Contributions||Helgason, Richard V., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QA402.5 .K45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||80000258|
This book is about algorithms and complexity, and so it is about methods for solving problems on computers and the costs (usually the running time) of using those methods. Computingtakes time. Some problems take a very longtime, others can be done quickly. Some problems. the data structure (or algorithm) and even build their own implementation. This book is written primarily as a practical overview of the data struc-tures and algorithms all serious computer programmers need to know and understand. Given this, there is no formal analysis of the data structures and algorithms covered in the book.
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Combining algorithmic knowledge and game-related problems, the authors discuss all the common difficulties encountered in game programming/5(3). Ahuja R and Orlin J () The Scaling Network Simplex Algorithm, Operations Research, supplement-1, (S5-S13), Online publication date: 1-Feb Karmarkar N and Ramakrishnan K () Computational results of an interior point algorithm for large scale linear programming, Mathematical Programming: Series A and B,( Introduction --Linear programming Algorithms for network programming book simplex method for the network program --The out-of-kilter algorithm for the network program --The simplex method for the generalized network problem --The multicommodity network flow problem --The simplex method for the network with side constraints model --The convex cost network flow problem --Appendix A.
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