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Theoretical and Computational Basis for Economical Ressource Allocation in Application Layer Networks - Annual Report Year 1

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  • Eymann, Torsten
  • Reinicke, Michael
  • Streitberger, Werner
  • Schnizler, Björn
  • Veit, Daniel
  • Freitag, Felix
  • Chao, Isaac
  • Chacin, Pablo
  • Neumann, Dirk

Abstract

This paper identifies and defines suitable market mechanisms for Application Layer Networks (ALNs). On basis of the structured Market Engineering process, the work comprises the identification of requirements which adequate market mechanisms for ALNs have to fulfill. Subsequently, two mechanisms for each, the centralized and the decentralized case are described in this document.

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  • Eymann, Torsten & Reinicke, Michael & Streitberger, Werner & Schnizler, Björn & Veit, Daniel & Freitag, Felix & Chao, Isaac & Chacin, Pablo & Neumann, Dirk, 2005. "Theoretical and Computational Basis for Economical Ressource Allocation in Application Layer Networks - Annual Report Year 1," Bayreuth Reports on Information Systems Management 7, University of Bayreuth, Chair of Information Systems Management.
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:bayism:7
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    1. Wurman, Peter R. & Wellman, Michael P. & Walsh, William E., 2001. "A Parametrization of the Auction Design Space," Games and Economic Behavior, Elsevier, vol. 35(1-2), pages 304-338, April.
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    3. Wellman, Michael P. & Walsh, William E. & Wurman, Peter R. & MacKie-Mason, Jeffrey K., 2001. "Auction Protocols for Decentralized Scheduling," Games and Economic Behavior, Elsevier, vol. 35(1-2), pages 271-303, April.
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