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extension for Munkres' solution to Assignment problem
The Algorithm::Munkres module extends the solution of Assignment problem for square matrices to rectangular matrices by padding zeros. Thus a rectangular matrix is converted to square matrix by padding necessary zeros.
Assignment Problem: Given N jobs, N workers and the time taken by each worker to complete a job then how should the assignment of a Worker to a Job be done, so as to minimize the time taken.
20 March 2013
License: same as Algorithm-Munkres. same as Algorithm-Munkres. (see above)
20 March 2013
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