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Linear model of traffic flow in an isolated network

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  • We obtain a mathematical linear model which describes automatic operation of the traffic of material objects in a network. Existence and global solutions is obtained for such model. A related model which used outdated information is shown to collapse in finite time.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 34K06, 34A33; Secondary: 34A12, 34A30.

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