Books about Braess:

booksAnalysis of the Braess paradox under various assignments from shipping units to carriers by Marc-André Dr. Weber and Florian Koch (Oct 7, 2014)

booksCase studies on the Braess Paradox: Simulating route recommendation and learning in abstract and microscopic models... by A.L.C. Bazzan and F. Klugl

booksAvoiding Braess' Paradox Through Collective Intelligence by David H. Wolpert, Kagan Tumer and Nasa Technical Reports Server (Ntrs) (Aug 6, 2013)

booksVom Braess-Paradox zur Zwiebacksäge (German Edition) by Richard Deiss (Apr 24, 2007)

booksFinite Elements - Theory, Fast Solvers, & Applications in Solid Mechanics (2nd, 01) by Braess, Dietrich [Paperback... (2001)

booksHandbook of Automotive Engineering (05) by Braess, Hans-Hermann [Hardcover (2005)] by Braess (2005)

booksWirtschaft und Recht der Versicherung. Paul Braess zum 66. Geburtstag. by Dieter( Hrg. ) Farny (1969)


Wiki information Braess:

Braess's paradox

Braess's paradox, credited to the German mathematician Dietrich Braess, states that adding extra capacity to a network when the moving entities selfishly choose their route, can in some cases reduce overall performance. This is because the Nash...

Dietrich Braess

Dietrich Braess is a German mathematician. He is known for Braess's paradox, which deals with traffic equilibrium.