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In this paper we present a version of the (static) traac equilibrium problem in which the cost incurred on a path is not simply the sum of the costs on the arcs that constitute that path. We motivate this nonadditive version of the problem by describing several situations in which the classical additiv-ity assumption fails. We also present an algorithm for(More)
This paper presents an approach to solving discretely constrained, mixed linear complementarity problems (DC-MLCPs). Such formulations include a variety of interesting and realistic models of which two are highlighted: a market-clearing auction typical in electric power markets but suitable in other more general contexts, and a network equilibrium suitable(More)