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Cluster Computing

, Volume 22, Supplement 6, pp 14445–14450 | Cite as

Feasibility study of China’s foreign trade transformation and upgrading mode based on maximum flow algorithm

  • Hui WangEmail author
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Abstract

With the development of social economy, China’s foreign trade gradually develops into a green and low-carbon development, based on this situation, this paper studies the transformation and upgrading of China’s foreign trade from the perspective of logistics and transportation. This article analyzes various factors that affect the efficiency of foreign trade logistics distribution and the widely used methods of logistics distribution, and gives a logistics and distribution reference model suitable for the current situation of e-commerce in our country, proposes a reference model of e-commerce logistics distribution system based on Internet environment and designs a suitable transportation route selection model and algorithm for distribution center. After testing, the algorithm in this paper is suitable for practical work, and the algorithm has important reference value for designing and improving the logistics and distribution system and improving the delivery efficiency.

Keywords

Maximum flow algorithm Low carbon economy Logistics and transportation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Modern Economic & ManagementJiangxi University of Finance and EconomicsNanchangChina

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