Prohibited transportation problem:
‘Allocations to minimum cost route’ is the principle which prevents allocation to prohibited routes when we designate “M’ (maximum cost) to the prohibited route. In many practical solutions, some of the routes in a transportation are prohibited due to certain operational problems such as flood situation, road conditions, government restrictions can be handled for solving transportation problem by converting these operational problems in to the mathematical problem by assigning a very high cost of transportation to these prohibitive routes to ensure that these routes will not be included in the final optimal solution.
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