Internet and Network Economics: First International Workshop, WINE 2005, Hong Kong, China, December 15-17, 2005, Proceedings

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Xiaotie Deng, Yinyu Ye
Springer, 2005. gada 25. nov. - 1106 lappuses
WINE 2005, the First Workshop on Internet and Network Economics (WINE 2005), took place in Hong Kong, China, December 15-17, 2005. The symposium aims to provide a forum for researchers working in Internet and Network Economic algorithms from all over the world. The final count of electronic submissions was 372, of which 108 were accepted. It consists of the main program of 31 papers, of which the submitter email accounts are: 10 from edu (USA) accounts, 3 from hk (Hong Kong), 2 each from il (Isreal), cn (China), ch (Switzerland), de (Germany), jp (Japan), gr (Greece), 1 each from hp. com, sohu. com, pl (Poland), fr (France), ca (Canada), and in (India). In addition, 77 papers from 20 countries or regions and 6 dot. coms were selected for 16 special focus tracks in the areas of Internet and Algorithmic Economics; E-Commerce Protocols; Security; Collaboration, Reputation and Social Networks; Algorithmic Mechanism; Financial Computing; Auction Algorithms; Online Algorithms; Collective Rationality; Pricing Policies; Web Mining Strategies; Network Economics; Coalition Strategies; Internet Protocols; Price Sequence; Equilibrium. We had one best student paper nomination: “Walrasian Equilibrium: Hardness, Approximations and Tracktable Instances” by Ning Chen and Atri Rudra. We would like to thank Andrew Yao for serving the conference as its Chair, with inspiring encouragement and far-sighted leadership. We would like to thank the International Program Committee for spending their valuable time and effort in the review process.

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Efficient Algorithms for the Electric Power Transaction Problem
602
A Framework on Compound Knowledge Push System Oriented
622
Effective Decision Making by Selfevaluation in the Multiagent
631
An Adaptive GroupBased Reputation System in PeertoPeer Networks
651
Optimal Pricing for Web Search Engines
670
Packing Trees in Communication Networks
688
Incentive Compatible Multiagent Constraint Optimization
708
Capacity
728

SubjectiveCost Policy Routing
174
A Simple GraphTheoretic Model for Selfish Restricted Scheduling
195
A Cost Mechanism for Fair Pricing of Resource Usage
210
A Delay Pricing Scheme for RealTime Delivery in DeadlineBased
225
The Price of Anarchy of Cournot Oligopoly
246
Enforcing Truthful Strategies in Incentive Compatible Reputation
268
Practical ZeroKnowledge Arguments from ΣProtocols
288
The Bahncard Problem with Interest Rate and Risk
307
Time IntervalBased Prepaid Charging of QoSEnabled IP Services
325
ModelBased Analysis of Money Accountability in Electronic Purses
346
Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation of ECommerce and Process
366
Application of Integrated Web ServicesBased EBusiness and
375
Formal Analysis and Improvement of the State Transition Model
391
Secure FingerprintBased Remote User Authentication Scheme Using
405
Effective Filtering for Collaborative Publishing
424
An Architecture for Evolutionary Adaptive Web Systems
444
A Class of Possibilistic Portfolio Selection Models and Algorithms
464
A New Algorithm Based on Copulas for Financial Risk Calculation
481
An Efficient IdentityBased Key Exchange Protocol with KGS Forward
500
Total Dominating Set Games
520
Computerized Collaborative Support for Enhancing Humans Creativity
545
Online Bin Packing of Fragile Objects with Application in Cellular
564
On Solving Coverage Problems in a Wireless Sensor Network Using
584
Design of P2P Grid Networking Architecture Using kRedundancy
748
Combination of LP and
758
FixedPoint Model and Schedule Reliability of Morning Commuting
777
Majority Equilibrium of Distribution Centers Allocation in Supply
793
An Analysis of Search Engine Switching Behavior Using Click Streams
806
Traffic Models for CommunityBased Ranking and Navigation
826
Semantic Web Recommender System Based Personalization Service
848
Winner Determination in Discount Auctions
868
On the Competitive Ratio of the Random Sampling Auction
878
Why Do Information Gatekeepers Charge Zero Subscription Fees?
895
On Modeling Internet QoS Provisioning from Economic Models
916
An Economic
936
Secure Construction of Virtual Organizations in Grid Computing
959
Nash Equilibria and Dominant Strategies in Routing
979
Heuristic Approaches to Service Level Agreements in Packet
1003
A Fixed Point Approach for the Computation of Market Equilibria
1013
Nash Equilibria in AllOptical Networks
1033
Price of Anarchy Locality Gap and a Network Service Provider Game
1046
Price of Anarchy of Network Routing Games with Incomplete
1066
Expectations Asymmetries and Contributions
1087
Author Index
1103
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