Simultaneous Departure Time/Route Choices in Queuing Networks and a Novel Paradox
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KeywordsDynamic traffic assignment (DTA); Simultaneous departure time and route (SDR) choices; Braess’s paradox; First-In-First-Out (FIFO); Bottleneck models;
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