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Gainfree Leontief Substitution Flow Problems

Bibliographic reference Jeroslow, RG. ; Martin, K. ; Rardin, RL. ; Wang, JC.. Gainfree Leontief Substitution Flow Problems. In: Mathematical Programming, Vol. 57, no. 3, p. 375-414 (1992)
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