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Re: introduction

From: Jonathan S. Shapiro
Subject: Re: introduction
Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2005 09:24:18 -0400


I think you also need to read the chapters in "The Ecology of
Computation", several of which provide foundations for the papers below.

On Thu, 2005-10-27 at 12:07 +0300, Paavo Parkkinen wrote:
> On Thu, 27.10.2005 at 09:52 +0200, Ronald Aigner wrote:
> > Could you send us a link to your bachelor's thesis (if in english)?
> 1) It's in finnish.
> 2) It's not finished yet.
> 3) It doesn't really contain anything that isn't in these articles:
> * Kieran Harty and David Cheriton: A Market Approach to Operating
>   System Memory Allocation
> * Paul Tucker and Francine Berman: On Market Mechanisms as a Software
>   Technique
> * Donald F. Ferguson and Christos Nikolau and Jakka Sairamesh and
>   Yechiam Yemini: Economic Models for Allocating Resources in Computer
>   Systems
> * Neil Stratford and Richard Mortier: An Economic Approach to Adaptive
>   Resource Management
> * Michael P. Wellman: Market-oriented Programming: Some Early Lessons
> It's basically just my reading of the articles and trying to
> understand what a market-based model might be in resource management
> and especially in memory management. Nothing new to any (or at least
> most) of you so I see no reason to translate it to english.
> Paavo

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