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Maximum Multicommodity Flows over Time without Intermediate Storage
Zitatschlüssel GrossSkutella2012a
Autor Groß, Martin and Skutella, Martin
Buchtitel Algorithms – ESA 2012
Seiten 539-550
Jahr 2012
ISBN 978-3-642-33089-6
DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-33090-2_47
Jahrgang 7501
Herausgeber Epstein, Leah and Ferragina, Paolo
Verlag Springer Berlin / Heidelberg
Serie Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Institution TU Berlin
Zusammenfassung Flows over time generalize classical “static” network flows by introducing a temporal dimension. They can thus be used to model non-instantaneous travel times for flow and variation of flow values over time, both of which are crucial characteristics in many real-world routing problems. There exist two different models of flows over time with respect to flow conservation: one where flow might be stored temporarily at intermediate nodes and a stricter model where flow entering an intermediate node must instantaneously progress to the next arc. While the first model is in general easier to handle, the second model is often more realistic since in applications like, e.g., road traffic, storage of flow at intermediate nodes is undesired or even prohibited. The main contribution of this paper is a fully polynomial time approximation scheme (FPTAS) for (min-cost) multi-commodity flows over time without intermediate storage. This improves upon the best previously known (2 + ε )-approximation algorithm presented 10 years ago by Fleischer and Skutella (IPCO 2002).
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