On the Viability of Paris Metro Pricing for Communication and Service Networks

@article{Chau2010OnTV,
  title={On the Viability of Paris Metro Pricing for Communication and Service Networks},
  author={Chi-Kin Chau and Qian Wang and Dah-Ming Chiu},
  journal={2010 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-9}
}
Paris Metro Pricing (PMP) is a simple multi-class flat-rate pricing scheme already practiced by transport systems, specifically by the Paris Metro at one time. The name is coined after Andrew Odlyzko proposed it for the Internet as a simple way to provide differentiated services. Subsequently, there were several analytical studies of this promising idea. The central issue of these studies is whether PMP is viable, namely, whether it will produce more profit for the service provider, or whether… CONTINUE READING
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