Okayama University

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  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Emission Credit Trading And Regional Inequalities

    This paper examines how regional inequalities are affected by emission controls via credit trading and availability of absorption sources. The authors assume that homogeneous goods are costly traded without emission controls and that the rural areas have an advantage in terms of the availability of absorption sources. They especially focus...

    Provided By Okayama University

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    A Proposal of a Smart Access Point Allocation Algorithm for Scalable Wireless Mesh Networks

    As a flexible, inexpensive, and extensive Internet access network, the authors have studied WIM- NET (Wireless Internet-access Mesh NETwork) composed of multiple Access Points (APs) as wireless mesh routers. WIMNET utilizes two types of APs to achieve the scalability with sufficient bandwidth while reducing costs. One is the expensive, programmable...

    Provided By Okayama University

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    A Burst Assembly Method to Reduce End-to-End Delay in Optical Burst Switching Networks

    Although the offset-time-based scheme can differentiate loss rates of packets according to their QoS levels in optical burst switching networks, it also increases end-to-end delay of packets with higher QoS level. This is because it increases offset time of bursts in proportional to QoS levels of packets which are included...

    Provided By Okayama University

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    A Burst Assembly Method to Reduce End-to-End Delay in Optical Burst Switching Networks

    Although the offset-time-based scheme can differentiate loss rates of packets according to their QoS levels in optical burst switching networks, it also increases end-to-end delay of packets with higher QoS level. This is because it increases offset time of bursts in proportional to QoS levels of packets which are included...

    Provided By Okayama University

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Emission Credit Trading And Regional Inequalities

    This paper examines how regional inequalities are affected by emission controls via credit trading and availability of absorption sources. The authors assume that homogeneous goods are costly traded without emission controls and that the rural areas have an advantage in terms of the availability of absorption sources. They especially focus...

    Provided By Okayama University

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    A Proposal of a Smart Access Point Allocation Algorithm for Scalable Wireless Mesh Networks

    As a flexible, inexpensive, and extensive Internet access network, the authors have studied WIM- NET (Wireless Internet-access Mesh NETwork) composed of multiple Access Points (APs) as wireless mesh routers. WIMNET utilizes two types of APs to achieve the scalability with sufficient bandwidth while reducing costs. One is the expensive, programmable...

    Provided By Okayama University