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1 Graph III  Nework Flow
2 Flow nework eup graph G=(V,E) edge capaciy w(u,v) 0  if edge doe no exi, hen w(u,v)=0 pecial verice: ource verex ; ink verex  no edge ino and no edge ou of Aume every verex v i on a pah from ource o ink ( v )  verice v ha are no on uch pah can be ignored (deleed) along wih all connecing edge
3 Flow nework flow i a funcion f:vxv>r uch ha  flow from u o v: f(u,v) w(u,v)  ymmery f(u,v) = f(v,u)  flow i conerved on all node excep ource and ink X vv f(u, v) =0 oal flow (from he orce)
4 Maximum Flow Problem deermine he flow f ha realize he maximum oal flow
5 More on Flow f(u,u)=0 oal ne flow ino/ouo a verex i 0 X vv f(v, u) =0  excep for ource and ink if edge (u,v) i miing in G, here can be no ne flow from u o v
6 More on Flow poiive ne flow enering v X uv ;f(u,v)>0 f(u, v) poiive ne flow leaving v hee wo are equal X f(v, u) uv ;f(v,u)>0
7 Cancellaion poiive flow on (u,v) cancel poiive flow on (v,u) unil only one i poiive (he oher become 0)  boh flow decreae, o hey ill aify capaciy conrain  flow conervaion aified ince boh flow reduced by he ame amoun
8 FordFulkeron wan he max flow for ource o ink  a cla of algorihm, no a ingle one iniialize flow wih O; repea find an augmening pah from o (ha admi more flow) end more flow on ha pah unil no augmening pah exi have o prove ha hi erminaion condiion implie he flow i max.  if an augmening pah exi, ending more flow o i increae he value of he exiing flow
9 Reidual nework afer ending ome flow on a pah from o, he graph eenially change  exiing flow edge will have a differen capaciy in he reidual nework (becaue he flow ue ome)  new edge can appear (in red) : he poibiliie of revering he exiing flow
10 Reidual nework reidual capaciy of edge (u,v) : r(u,v) = w(u,v)f(u,v) reidual nework R induced by f i given by he e of edge alo called R wih poiive reidual capaciy  edge e R = { (u,v) : r(u,v)>0 } noe ha ome new edge appear! u 3 v  example (u,v) E; w(u,v)=3, f(u,v)=  hen r(u,v) = 3 =  edge (v,u) no in he original graph u v  bu r(v,u) = 0  f(v,u) = 0 ()=; herefore edge (v,u) i now par of he reidual nework. edge (v,u) can be par of he reidual newwork only if eiher (u,v) or (v,u) are edge in he original graph  hu R E
11 Augmening pah any pah p= > in he reidual nework R he reidual capaciy of he pah p i he minimum ( boleneck ) edge reidual capaciy  r(p) = min { r(u,v) : (u,v) p } add he pah p a addiional flow f p of ize r(p)  o he exiing flow f ha creaed R  new flow f = f + f p  increae he flow oal by r(p). Proof in he book.
12 Cu in flow nework Cu C = (S,T) i a pariion of verice  S T=V ; S T= ; S=V T  S conain he ource and T conain he ink S; T Ne flow acro cu i f(s,t), he um of all flow on edge from S o T f(s,t)=3 ; w(s,t)=5 capaciy of a cu i he um of edge capaciy from S o T
13 Max Flow  Min Cu heorem (S,T) i a cu, f a flow wih oal value f. Then  f(s,t) = f (he oal flow value)  conequenly f w(s,t) : flow value i maller han he capaciy of any cu MAXFLOW MINCUT heorem. The following are equivalen:  (a) f i a max flow  (b) reidual nework R=R f ha no augmening pah  (c) here i a cu (S,T) uch ha f = w(s,t)
14 Max Flow  Min Cu proof inuiion (a)=>(b) already dicued (b)=>(c): conider S = { v pah v in reidual R}  S  T =V S; T. If S, hen here would be a augmening pah in R  R can have an edge (v S, u T) becaue ha would mean u S  hu exiing flow aurae he cu (S,T) v v v impoible v u u u (c)=>(a): no flow can be bigger han capaciy of a cu, o f mu be a maximum flow (ince i aurae he cu decribed above)
15 FordFulkeron for each edge (u,v) ini: f(u,v)=0; f(v,u)=0 R = G while exi pah p( )in reidual R c(p) = min { r(u,v); (u,v) p }//pah capaciy, ued a new flow for each (u,v) p f(u,v) = f(u,v) + c(p) ; f(v,u)=  f(u,v) recompue reidual nework R=Rf
16 FordFulkeron Running ime wih ineger capaciie  fing a pah in R i O(E) (ay wih DFS)  f =oal flow value  a mo f ieraion; every ieraion increae he flow by or more  oal O(E* f ) problem: f can be very large, hu he algorihm very low  for realvalue edge cacpaciie, FordFulkeron can be arbirary low
17 FordFulkeron Running ime wih ineger capaciie  fing a pah in R i O(E) (ay wih DFS)  f =oal flow value  a mo f ieraion; every ieraion increae he flow by or more  oal O(E* f ) problem: f can be very large, hu he algorihm very low  for realvalue edge cacpaciie, FordFulkeron can be arbirary low
18 FordFulkeron Running ime wih ineger capaciie  fing a pah in R i O(E) (ay wih DFS)  f =oal flow value  a mo f ieraion; every ieraion increae he flow by or more  oal O(E* f ) problem: f can be very large, hu he algorihm very low  for realvalue edge cacpaciie, FordFulkeron can be arbirary low
19 FordFulkeron Running ime wih ineger capaciie  fing a pah in R i O(E) (ay wih DFS)  f =oal flow value  a mo f ieraion; every ieraion increae he flow by or more  oal O(E* f ) problem: f can be very large, hu he algorihm very low  for realvalue edge cacpaciie, FordFulkeron can be arbirary low
20 FordFulkeron Running ime wih ineger capaciie  fing a pah in R i O(E) (ay wih DFS)  f =oal flow value  a mo f ieraion; every ieraion increae he flow by or more  oal O(E* f ) problem: f can be very large, hu he algorihm very low  for realvalue edge cacpaciie, FordFulkeron can be arbirary low
21 FordFulkeron Running ime wih ineger capaciie  fing a pah in R i O(E) (ay wih DFS)  f =oal flow value  a mo f ieraion; every ieraion increae he flow by or more  oal O(E* f ) problem: f can be very large, hu he algorihm very low  for realvalue edge cacpaciie, FordFulkeron can be arbirary low
22 FordFulkeron Running ime wih ineger capaciie  fing a pah in R i O(E) (ay wih DFS)  f =oal flow value  a mo f ieraion; every ieraion increae he flow by or more  oal O(E* f ) problem: f can be very large, hu he algorihm very low  for realvalue edge cacpaciie, FordFulkeron can be arbirary low
23 FordFulkeron Running ime wih ineger capaciie  fing a pah in R i O(E) (ay wih DFS)  f =oal flow value  a mo f ieraion; every ieraion increae he flow by or more  oal O(E* f ) problem: f can be very large, hu he algorihm very low  for realvalue edge cacpaciie, FordFulkeron can be arbirary low
24 FordFulkeron Running ime wih ineger capaciie  fing a pah in R i O(E) (ay wih DFS)  f =oal flow value  a mo f ieraion; every ieraion increae he flow by or more  oal O(E* f ) problem: f can be very large, hu he algorihm very low  for realvalue edge cacpaciie, FordFulkeron can be arbirary low
25 FordFulkeron Running ime wih ineger capaciie  fing a pah in R i O(E) (ay wih DFS)  f =oal flow value  a mo f ieraion; every ieraion increae he flow by or more  oal O(E* f ) problem: f can be very large, hu he algorihm very low  for realvalue edge cacpaciie, FordFulkeron can be arbirary low
26 FordFulkeron Running ime wih ineger capaciie  fing a pah in R i O(E) (ay wih DFS)  f =oal flow value  a mo f ieraion; every ieraion increae he flow by or more  oal O(E* f ) problem: f can be very large, hu he algorihm very low  for realvalue edge cacpaciie, FordFulkeron can be arbirary low
27 FordFulkeron Running ime wih ineger capaciie  fing a pah in R i O(E) (ay wih DFS)  f =oal flow value  a mo f ieraion; every ieraion increae he flow by or more  oal O(E* f ) problem: f can be very large, hu he algorihm very low  for realvalue edge cacpaciie, FordFulkeron can be arbirary low
28 EdmondKarp ame a FF, bu find he augmening pah wih BFS for each edge (u,v) ini: f(u,v)=0; f(v,u)=0 R = G while BFS find pah p( )in reidual R c(p) = min { r(u,v); (u,v) p }//pah capaciy, ued a new flow for each (u,v) p f(u,v) = f(u,v) + c(p) ; f(v,u)=  f(u,v) recompue reidual nework R=Rf
29 Analyi of EdmondKarp BFS will find he augmening pah wih fewe number of edge noe ha previu oy bad example would find max flow afer wo ieraion
30 Analyi of EdmondKarp BFS will find he augmening pah wih fewe number of edge noe ha previu oy bad example would find max flow afer wo ieraion
31 Analyi of EdmondKarp BFS will find he augmening pah wih fewe number of edge noe ha previu oy bad example would find max flow afer wo ieraion
32 Analyi of EdmondKarp BFS will find he augmening pah wih fewe number of edge noe ha previu oy bad example would find max flow afer wo ieraion
33 Analyi of EdmondKarp BFS will find he augmening pah wih fewe number of edge noe ha previu oy bad example would find max flow afer wo ieraion
34 Analyi of EdmondKarp How many augmening pah can EK find?  augmening pah p ha criical edge (u,v), if (u,v) i he minimum reidual capaciy edge on he pah  any edge can be criical a mo V ime during EK. Proof in he book  here are E edge, o a mo V * E criical edge for he enire execuion  hu a mo O(VE) augmening pah (each pah ha a lea one criical edge) BFS ake O(E) o find each augmening pah oal O(VE )
35 PuhRelabel (Opional reading) Advanced maerial no covered  opional reading from book inuiion : flood he nework, uing verex heigh  node can accumulae flow  he more flow hey accumulae, he higher hey go  flow goe downhill pracical / fa implemenaion: O(V 3 ) running ime.
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