When number of allocations is less then (m + n – 1), an infinitely small allocation called epsilon is added to eliminate the degeneracy. This epsilon is added to an empty cell in the degenerate matrix which is independent with minimum cost. If number of allocations is greater then (m + n – 1) we would notice a closed loop in the matrix which enables us to remove degeneracy.

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