Network analysis is a branch of mathematics (combinatorial problems) that tries to optimize the flows in a network. This network could be the flow of goods or people between cities (the ‘travelling salesmen problem’) or it could be the scheduling of activities in a construction project. In Chapter 14 we showed how the transportation algorithm could be used to solve particular types of linear programming problems.
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