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Donald E. Eisenstein

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University of Chicago

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Georgia Tech professor John Bartholdi and University of Chicago professor Donald Eisenstein used complex algebra to develop a kind of anti-bus-bunching formula.
Don Eisenstein and I recognized that this set of equations has a very special algebraic structure: they describe a \u201cMarkov Chain,\u201d which is a sequence of events for which the future can be predicted by knowing merely the current state (no history is needed).


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Georgia Tech professor John Bartholdi and University of Chicago professor Donald Eisenstein used complex algebra to develop a kind of anti-bus-bunching formula.
Bartholdi and Eisenstein say their math formula works for any shuttle system that runs in a loop in which buses are no more than about 12 to 15 minutes apart. Don Eisenstein and I recognized that this set of equations has a very special algebraic structure: they describe a "Markov Chain," which is a sequence of events for which the future can be predicted by knowing merely the current state (no history is needed).


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A professor at the University of Chicago, Donald Eisenstein, told the source that there's no chance that the system will ever completely eliminate the potential for "bunching," simply because of the way a major city bus line works.
"A bus system by nature has bad dynamics," he said.


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John Bartholdi, Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Donald Eisenstein, Professor at the University of Chicago present the bucket brigades method, a way of organizing workers on an assembly line so that the line balances itself.


www.routematch.com [cached]

John Bartholdi of the Georgia Institute of Technology and Don Eisenstein of the University of Chicago have devised a mathematical formula to prevent "bus bunching" - the stacking of vehicles delayed by traffic and other obstacles.Read More


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