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The cost entries in the dummy row are zero because there is no cost incurred by the fictional

The cost entries in the dummy row are zero because there is no cost incurred by the fictional

**allocations**from this dummy ... River water cannot be used to supply Hollyglass , and assigning a cost of M will prevent any such**allocation**.Page 369

Therefore , any BF solution appears on a transportation simplex tableau with exactly m + n - 1 circled nonnegative

Therefore , any BF solution appears on a transportation simplex tableau with exactly m + n - 1 circled nonnegative

**allocations**, where the sum of the**allocations**for each row or column equals its supply or demand .Page 378

After the chain reaction is identified , the donor cell having the smallest

After the chain reaction is identified , the donor cell having the smallest

**allocation**automatically provides the leaving basic variable . ( In the case of a tie for the donor cell having the smallest**allocation**, any one can be chosen ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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