Network Flow Problems in the Hemocoel

The hemocoel model solves several general routing problems that are best visualized using graphs. Network problems have the following form: Given a graph, where each edge has a capacity c, a source vertex s and a sink vertex t, the problem is to find out what is the largest flow one can route from s to t while respecting the capacities of each edge along our flow's course. Such routing ideas serve not only in design of pump-tube vascular systems, plumbing, or conduits. Finding the most economical way to move particles, call them goods, through a set of points is to solve a network flow problem. The dynamics of a hemocoel solve routing problems, and similar problems plague distribution system's allocation of resources in communication networks and scheduling situations. We refine network flow problems if we consider them as patterns involving shortest paths and edge vertex connections.

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