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Assignment Problem — finding the $k$ agents with the best assignment

I have a question that I have been thinking about. Suppose we have $n$ agents, $m$ tasks, a cost matrix with $M_{ij}$ being the cost of agent $i$ performing task $j$, and are given a value $k \leq n$. ...
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Bipartite graph minimal amount of vertices required

I have a bipartite graph made of two sets (SET 1 and SET 2) and I want to determine how many vertices from the ...
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Path finding through bipartite graph

Is there a path finding algorithm that exploits a directed bipartite graphs' structure? I found this: Shortest-Path for Weighted Directed Bipartite Graphs but it didn't seem like the OP needed a ...
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Another vertex cover question?

I'm not sure this is equivalent to bipartite vertex cover question. The question is: Given a BIPARTITE graph, what is the minimum number of vertex from the right side whose edges cover all vertex ...
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What is the approximation for odd cycle transversal?

What is the best approximation for odd cycle transversal? (on general graphs) Sorry if this is easily found everything I found about odd cycles is about paramaterized complexity and kernels
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bipartite d regular expender explicit construction

I am looking for an explicit (and simple) construction of a d regular bi bipartite graph which is an expander. I searched the web and didn't find any sufficient answer. The only explicit graph I did ...
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Does real linear programming produce bipartite perfect matching using maxflow reduction?

Given a bipartite graph the standard reduction to max flow is with the construction similar to following diagram: We can formulate max flow as an linear programming problem with integer variables in ...
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Algorithm to assign producers to consumers with respect to connections

I am trying to analyze supply chains in a game and have come across this problem: First, an informal description: I have producers and consumers. Each producer produces a certain amount of goods, ...
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Is every X3SAT instance with no cycles satisfiable?

Exactly 1 in 3 SAT (X3SAT) is a variation of the Boolean Satisfiability problem. Given a set of clauses, where each clause has three literals, is there an assignment such that in each clause exactly ...
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Partitioning vertices in a bipartite graph according to minimum vertex covers

How to solve this problem? A vertex cover of a graph is a set of vertices such that each edge of the graph is incident to at least one vertex of the set. A minimum vertex cover is a vertex cover ...