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Thanks for your very well written exposition on Braess paradox. I have learned a lot of new things by reading it.
I'm really curious about the mentioned conjecture on the "wisdom of the crowds" effect and wish to learn more about it. Could you tell me the title of the reference in which Anna Nagurney proved the mentioned conjecture?
Thanks a lot! :)