Changeset 1026:9312d6c89d02 in lemon for lemon/cost_scaling.h
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 01/10/11 09:34:50 (12 years ago)
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lemon/cost_scaling.h
r1023 r1026 117 117 /// consider to use the named template parameters instead. 118 118 /// 119 /// \warning Both number types must be signed and all input data must 119 /// \warning Both \c V and \c C must be signed number types. 120 /// \warning All input data (capacities, supply values, and costs) must 120 121 /// be integer. 121 122 /// \warning This algorithm does not support negative costs for 
lemon/cost_scaling.h
r1025 r1026 98 98 /// "preflow pushrelabel" algorithm for the maximum flow problem. 99 99 /// 100 /// In general, \ref NetworkSimplex and \ref CostScaling are the fastest 101 /// implementations available in LEMON for this problem. 102 /// 100 103 /// Most of the parameters of the problem (except for the digraph) 101 104 /// can be given using separate functions, and the algorithm can be … … 117 120 /// \warning All input data (capacities, supply values, and costs) must 118 121 /// be integer. 119 /// \warning This algorithm does not support negative costs for such120 /// arcs that haveinfinite upper bound.122 /// \warning This algorithm does not support negative costs for 123 /// arcs having infinite upper bound. 121 124 /// 122 125 /// \note %CostScaling provides three different internal methods, … … 180 183 /// relabel operation. 181 184 /// By default, the so called \ref PARTIAL_AUGMENT 182 /// "Partial AugmentRelabel" method is used, which provedto be185 /// "Partial AugmentRelabel" method is used, which turned out to be 183 186 /// the most efficient and the most robust on various test inputs. 184 187 /// However, the other methods can be selected using the \ref run() … … 449 452 /// 450 453 /// Using this function has the same effect as using \ref supplyMap() 451 /// with sucha map in which \c k is assigned to \c s, \c k is454 /// with a map in which \c k is assigned to \c s, \c k is 452 455 /// assigned to \c t and all other nodes have zero supply value. 453 456 ///
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