## Solving the Minimum Cost Flow Problem (2) – Software

I don’t want to give you a complete overview of MCFP solvers because I just dipped into the world of linear and network flow programming. Instead of this I just want to mention a few MCFP solvers that I have Read More

## Solving the Minimum Cost Flow Problem (1) – Intro

Minimum cost flow problem: a short description The Minimum cost flow problem (MCFP) is a generalized network flow problem that describes the goal of minimizing the total cost of flow through a network made of arcs and nodes which contains Read More

## Solving the Transportation Problem (3) – MSF API in .NET

Solver Foundation in C#. Net In order to solve the above described instance of a Transporation problem we only need a C# Console Application with a few lines of code. So start your IDE (SharpDevelop or Visual Studio [Express Edition Read More

## Solving the Transportation Problem (2) – Microsoft Solver Foundation

Microsoft Solver Foundation Solver packages either offer APIs for various programming languages or a mathematical modeling language. And there are also some industry standard file formats of linear programs like *.MPS or *.LP which carry both the mathematical model and Read More

## Solving the Transportation Problem (1) – Theory

Introduction Every GIS-professional has probably heard of networks (e.g. streets or rivers) and the widely applied shortest path algorithm which finds the cheapest (time, length or whatever you specify as „cost“) route from point A to B. Converting line features Read More