Minimum-Cost Single-Source 2-Splittable Flow

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In the single-source unsplittable flow problem, commodities must be routed simultaneously from a common source vertex to certain sinks in a given graph with edge capacities and costs. The demand of each commodity must be routed along a single path so that the total flow through any edge is at most its capacity. Moreover the cost of the solution should not exceed a given budget. An important open question is whether a simultaneous (2,1)-approximation can be achieved for minimizing congestion and cost, i.e., the budget constraint should not be violated. In this note we show that this is possible for the case of 2-splittable flows, i.e., flows where the demand of each commodity is routed along at most two paths. © 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Kolliopoulos, S. G. (2004). Minimum-Cost Single-Source 2-Splittable Flow. Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics, 17, 197–201. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.endm.2004.03.039

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