NETSPEAK is an algebraic modelling language used to specify, solve, and analyze nonconvex (or linear) minimum cost network flow problems. A wide variety of network and network-related topologies can be modelled using NETSPEAK including pure networks, networks with side constraints and/or side variables, and generalized networks. Problems involving price based decomposition and integer valued variables can also be modelled using NETSPEAK. The language, which features flexible input/output, robust program control, and intuitive commands, is being developed as a Windows TM application.
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- Rezaie, K.; Ostadi, B.: A mathematical model for optimal and phased implementation of flexible manufacturing systems (2007)
- Lamar, Bruce W.; Wallace, Chris A.: NetSpeak: An algebraic modelling language for nonconvex network optimization problems (1997)