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# Network flow balancing constraint in R

By : user2175488
Date : October 15 2020, 08:10 AM
should help you out Here's an example of minimum cost flow using igraph and Rsymphony with sparse matrix (slam package) :
Given this input :
code :
``````library(igraph)
nodes <- data.frame(name=paste0("N",1:8),
supply=c(10,20,0,-5,0,0,-15,-10))

edges <- data.frame(nodefrom = paste0("N",c( 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, 5, 6, 7)),
nodeto   = paste0("N",c( 4, 1, 3, 6, 4, 5, 7, 6, 7, 8, 8)),
cost     = c( 2, 1, 0, 6, 1, 4, 5, 2, 7, 8, 9),
capacity = c(15,10,10,10, 5,10,10,20,15,10,15),
name     = paste0("E",1:11))
G <- graph.data.frame(edges)
V(G)\$supply <- nodes\$supply[match(V(G)\$name,nodes\$name)]
# plot the graph
set.seed(3)
par(mar=c(0,0,0,0))
plot(G, vertex.size=30,
vertex.label=paste0(V(G)\$name,' (',V(G)\$supply,')'),
vertex.color='lightblue', edge.arrow.size=0.5,
edge.label=paste0(E(G)\$name,' (',E(G)\$cost,',',E(G)\$capacity,')')
)
``````
``````library(Rsymphony)
library(slam)

nVars <- ecount(G)
obj <- E(G)\$cost
bounds <- list(upper=list(1:nVars,E(G)\$capacity),lower=list(1:nVars,rep(0,nVars)))
types <- rep('C',ecount(G))

mat <- simple_triplet_zero_matrix(nrow=nrow(nodes),ncol=nrow(edges))
colnames(mat) <- E(G)\$name
rownames(mat) <- V(G)\$name
rhs <- -V(G)\$supply
dir <- rep('==',vcount(G))
for(v in V(G)){
outEdges <- E(G)[from(v)]\$name
inEdges <- E(G)[to(v)]\$name
mat[v,match(inEdges,colnames(mat))] <- 1
mat[v,match(outEdges,colnames(mat))] <- -1
}

output <- Rsymphony_solve_LP(obj=obj,
mat=mat,
dir=dir,
rhs=rhs,
bounds=bounds,
types=types,
max=FALSE,
write_lp = TRUE)

# plot the solution
set.seed(3)
par(mar=c(0,0,0,0))
plot(G, vertex.size=30,
vertex.label=paste0(V(G)\$name,' (',V(G)\$supply,')'),
vertex.color='lightblue', edge.arrow.size=0.5,
edge.label=paste0(E(G)\$name,' flow = ',output\$solution))
``````

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