## Transportation problem [ MODI method - U V method with Optimal Solution ] kauserwise

NOTE:
Formula "pij = ui+vi-Cij" according to this formula the optimal values should be Zero or less than Zero which mean Zero or negative values, and in this formula if we did not reach the optimality then we should select the maximum positive value to proceed further.
If you use this Cij-(u1+vj) formula then the values should be zero or positive value to reach the optimality, and in this formula if we did not reach the optimality then we should select the maximum negative value to proceed further.
We can apply either any one of the formula to find out the optimality. So both formulas are doing same thing only but the values of sign (- +) will be differ.

Here is the video about Transportation problem in Modi method-U V method using north west corner method, optimum solution in operation research, with sample problem in simple manner. Hope this will help you to get the subject knowledge at the end. Thanks and All the best.

To watch more tutorials, use the below links.

1, Transportation problem [VAM | Northwest corner | Least cost Method]: https://youtu.be/ItOuvM2KmD4

2, Unbalanced transportation problem[VAM | Northwest corner | Least cost Method]: https://youtu.be/KVGEXbmvsfk

3, Transportation problem [ Modi method | UV method with optimal solution] : https://youtu.be/-w2z3MVTcQA

4, Degeneracy in transportation [UV | Modi Method] : https://youtu.be/zN4AE1YjE2I

5, LPP using simplex method [Easy steps to solve simplex problem]: https://youtu.be/M8POtpPtQZc

6, LPP using Dual simplex method : https://youtu.be/KLHWtBpPbEc

7, LPP using TWO PHASE method: https://youtu.be/zJhncZ5XUSU

8, LPP using BIG M method: https://youtu.be/MZ843Vvia0A

9, [1] LPP using Graphical method [Maximization with 2 constraints]: https://youtu.be/8IRrgDoV8Eo

10, [2] LPP using Graphical method [Minimization with 3 constraints]: https://youtu.be/O6QO3J_85as

11, CPM - Critical path method | Project evaluation technique : https://youtu.be/vUMGvpsb8dc

12, PERT - Project evaluation review technique : https://youtu.be/WrAf6zdteXI

13, Crashing of project network [with two critical paths]: https://youtu.be/U7kXfNnAjcE

14, [1] Assignment problem using Hungerian method: https://youtu.be/rrfFTdO2Z7I

15, [2] Assignment problem Hungeraian method [DIAGONAL RULE]: https://youtu.be/-0DEQmp7B9o

16, [1] Game theory [Pure & Mixed strategy]: https://youtu.be/fSuqTgnCVRg

17, [2] Game theory [Dominance property - Pure and mixed strategy]: https://youtu.be/YJvbxAvxkDc

18, [3] Game theory [Graphical method [ 2 X N ] Game: https://youtu.be/KUskbAasVCY

19, [4] Game theory [Graphical method [ M X 2 ] Game: https://youtu.be/VWQIpwLmhGk

20, [1] Transshipment problem [Source and destinations acting as transient nodes]: https://youtu.be/b0b9zp8-168

To watch more tutorials for the following subjects pls visit the below URL and choose playlist: www.youtube.com/c/kauserwise
* Financial Accounts
* Corporate accounts
* Cost and Management accounts
* Operations Research
* Statistics

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