Finding best airfare "theoretically impossible"

07/13/2007 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Travelers love the feeling of having scored a good price on their plane tickets. A computer scientist who helped develop fare-pricing software demonstrates why nailing a bargain is such a coup. Variables change minute by minute, and there are literally millions of ways to arrive at a final fare price.

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