Coordinating User and Device Behavior in Wireless Grids ?

  title={Coordinating User and Device Behavior in Wireless Grids ?},
  author={Lee W. McKnight and William Lehr and James Howison},
The evolution of computing has lead to networks which are characterized by decentralization and decreasing institutional control over resources. Wireless Grids, mobile ad-hoc resource sharing networks, are challenging environments in which users strategic behaviors are crucial to system performance. We review the mechanisms employed to regulate strategic behavior online—technical, social, legal and economic—and discuss trends in their operation and application in distributed and Grid computing. 

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