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Bachelor of Arts
Selfish routing, Dynamic flows, Deterministic queuing model
Selfish routing on dynamic flows over time is used to model scenarios that vary with time in which individual agents act in their best interest. In this paper we provide a survey of a particular dynamic model, the deterministic queuing model, and discuss how the model can be adjusted and applied to different real-life scenarios. We then examine how these adjustments affect the computability, optimality, and existence of selfish routings.
Antonsen, Christine Marie, "Selfish Routing on Dynamic Flows" (2015). Honors Papers. 249.