Dietrich Braess

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Dietrich Braess
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Dietrich Braess, Oberwolfach, 2005
Born (1938-06-16) June 16, 1938 (age 80)
Alma materUniversity of Hamburg
Known forBraess's paradox
Scientific career
InstitutionsRuhr University Bochum
Doctoral advisorGustav Kramer

Dietrich Braess (born June 16, 1938 in Hamburg) is a German mathematician. He is known for Braess's paradox, which deals with traffic equilibrium.[1] Braess' focus has centered on numerical treatment of elliptical differential equations and nonlinear approximation theories.[2]


  1. ^ Dietrich Braess. "D. Braess". Retrieved 2013-03-04.
  2. ^ Braess, Dietrich. "D. Braess". Retrieved 2018-10-19.

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