feasible flow

feasible flow

[¦fē·zə·bəl ′flō]
(mathematics)
A flow on a directed network such that the net flow at every intermediate vertex is zero.
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Al Bayati said in a statement today "we praise the high performance and morals that we sensed in the field from these systems that worked for three consecutive days and for long hours under the high temperature on security a safe and feasible flow of visitors to the Holy city of Kadhimiya.
We remark that c is well-directed iff there is an [epsilon] > 0 such that [epsilon]c is a feasible flow.
b](f) with [delta]([gamma](c)) > 0, then [epsilon]c is a feasible flow on [RES.
The set of feasible directions in which to increase can be interpreted as the convex cone of feasible flows of an auxiliary network [RES.
feas](G) [subset or equal to] F (G) of feasible flows on G is said to be the polyhedron of feasible flows on G.
It is well-known and easy to see that feasible flows can be decomposed into cycles as follows.