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  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Optimal Quarantining of Wireless Malware Through Reception Gain Control

    Containment of worms constitutes an important challenge in mobile wireless networks as recent outbreaks have revealed actual vulnerabilities. The authors introduce a defense strategy that quarantines the malware by reducing the communication range. This counter-measure confronts them with a trade-off: reducing the communication range suppresses the spread of the malware,...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Global Production Networks And China's Processing Trade

    This paper unveils a systematic pattern in China's processing trade. In a cross-section of Chinese provinces, the average distance traveled by processing imports (import distance) is negatively correlated to the average distance traveled by processing exports (export distance). To explain this pattern, the authors set up a three-country industry-equilibrium model...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Global Production Networks And China's Processing Trade

    This paper unveils a systematic pattern in China's processing trade. In a cross-section of Chinese provinces, the average distance traveled by processing imports (import distance) is negatively correlated to the average distance traveled by processing exports (export distance). To explain this pattern, the authors set up a three-country industry-equilibrium model...

    Provided By University of San Diego

  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Optimal Quarantining of Wireless Malware Through Reception Gain Control

    Containment of worms constitutes an important challenge in mobile wireless networks as recent outbreaks have revealed actual vulnerabilities. The authors introduce a defense strategy that quarantines the malware by reducing the communication range. This counter-measure confronts them with a trade-off: reducing the communication range suppresses the spread of the malware,...

    Provided By University of San Diego