The Internet, Evolutionary Variational Inequalities, and the Time-Dependent Braess Paradox

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Title: The Internet, Evolutionary Variational Inequalities, and the Time-Dependent Braess Paradox
Author: Nagurney, Anna; Parkes, David C.; Daniele, Patrizia

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Citation: Nagurney, Anna, David C. Parkes, and Patrizia Daniele. 2007. The Internet, evolutionary variational inequalities, and the time-dependent Braess paradox. Computational Management Science 4(4): 355-375.
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Abstract: In this paper, we develop an evolutionary variational inequality model of the Internet with multiple classes of traffic and demonstrate its utility through the formulation and solution of a time-dependent Braess paradox. The model can handle time-dependent changes in demand as a consequence of developing news stories, following, for example, natural disasters or catastrophes or major media events. The model can also capture the time-varying demand for Internet resources during a regular weekday with its more regular rhythm of work and breaks. In addition, the model includes time-varying capacities on the route flows due to, for example, government interventions or network-type failures.
Published Version: doi:10.1007/s10287-006-0027-7
Other Sources: http://www.eecs.harvard.edu/econcs/pubs/cms07.pdf
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