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Buffer management (BM) is an inventory management methodology introduced by theory of constraints (TOC). In this practice, the retailer passes his demands to the vendor in 'almost a daily manner' and has a 'dynamic inventory buffer' that reflects the change in demand patterns allowing the vendor the opportunity to replenish his inventory and obtain some(More)
Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs) measure brain signals of brain activity intentionally and unintentionally induced by the user, and thus provide a promising communication channel that does not depend on the brain " s normal output pathway consisting of peripheral nerves and muscles. Present-day Brain Computer Interfaces determine the intent of the user from(More)
The concept of grid computing is getting popular day to day with the emergence of the Internet as a ubiquitous media and the wide spread availability of powerful computers and networks as low-cost commodity components. In these environments requests are served from external users along with local users. Since there are a limited number of resources to be(More)
In recent years, grid computing systems have become popular for the resolution of large-scale complex problems in science, engineering and industry. In order that grid computing focus on scalability of high system and also on large-scale resource sharing, an effcient resource management system is crucial for the efficacy of the system. However, providing(More)
In recent years, grid computing systems have become popular for the resolution of large-scale complex problems in science, engineering and industry. In order that grid computing focus on scalability of high system and also on large-scale resource sharing, an effcient resource management system is crucial for the efficacy of the system. However, providing(More)
— Auctions have been widely studied as an efficient approach of allocating spectrum among secondary users in recent years. On the other side, a wide range of frequency bands could be available in a spectrum auction considering the current trend of deregulating wireless resources, therefore, channels provided by the primary users may reside in widely(More)
A Grid-Federation environment is composed of a collection of autonomous and selfish distributed cluster resource managers. These selfish managers participate in Grid-Federation to share their resources. Market models could be used to motivate the self-interested participants to share their resources. In this paper, firstly, a market for resource exchange in(More)