The long-term behaviour of a queue-based dynamic traffic model

Abstract: The fluid queueing model, introduced by Vickrey in ’69, is probably the simplest model that plausibly captures the notion of time-varying flows. Although the model is quite simple, our current theoretical understanding of equilibrium behaviour in this model is rather limited, and many fundamental questions remain open. I will discuss the resolution of a deceptively simple-sounding problem: do queue lengths remain bounded in the equilibria under natural necessary conditions? (Joint work with Roberto Cominetti and José Correa)

Date: Apr 16, 2018 at 14:30 h
Venue: Republica 701, Sala 33.
Speaker: Neil Olver
Affiliation: VU University Amsterdan and CWI
Coordinator: Prof. José Verschae
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Posted on May 14, 2018 in AGCO, Seminars