Effects of decision-making on the transport costs across complex networks


We analyse the effects of agents’ decisions on the creation of congestion on a centralised network with ring-and-hub topology. We show that there are two classes of agents each displaying a distinct set of behaviours. The dynamics of the system are driven by an interplay between the formation of, and transition between, unique stable states that arise as… (More)


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