Bedri Kamil Onur Tas

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In the past decade, electronic mechanisms have started to overtake the conventional methods of procurement for both governments and enterprises because of the cost and time saving effects of e-procurement. Economic theory suggests that the success of e-procurement depends on the number of bidders who participate in procurement auctions. In this paper, the(More)
One of the main characteristics of the peer-to-peer systems is the highly dynamic nature of the users present in the system. In such a rapidly changing enviroment, end-user guarantees become hard to handle. In this paper, we propose a search-theoretic view for performing lookups. We define a new search mechanism with cost-analysis for refining the lookups(More)
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