Book — 1 online resource (xvi, 191 pages) Digital: text file.PDF.
M3 -- Motivations and Formal Model
M3 Data Structures
Communication Models Used in the Context of Multi-commodity Trade
Integration between Web Services and Multi-Agent Systems with Applications for Multi-commodity Markets
Application of the Multi-Agent Systems in the Context of the Multi-commodity Market Model M3
A Semantic Web Approach to the M3 Model
Reliability Aspects of Multi-commodity Markets
M3 Applications on the Electricity Markets
A Market for Pollution Emission Permits with Low Accuracy of Emission Estimates
Application of Multi-commodity Market Model for Greenhouse Gases Emission Permits Trading
Modelling Virtual Network Market Data with Open Multi-commodity Market Model.
This book contains revised versions of papers presented on scientific workshop Modeling Multi-commodity Trade: Information exchange methods, which took place in November 2010 at Warsaw University of Technology. It summarizes results of the research work supported so far by scientific grant Methods and architectures of information interchange for electronic trade on infrastructural markets (see page xi), and some earlier research work on multi-commodity markets modeling. Though partial results of the research were published earlier, the book gives the most complete view on results of our research in the field of modeling the trade on complex multi-commodity infrastructural markets.
Book — 1 online resource (xi, 158 pages) : illustrations Digital: text file.PDF.
Chapter 1: Requirements for Digital Preservation.-
Chapter 2: Metadata in Long-term Digital Preservation.-
Chapter 3: The CREDO Project.-
Chapter 4: CREDO Repository Architecture.-
Chapter 5: Information Processing in CREDO Long-term Archive.-
Chapter 6: Metadata in CREDO Long-term Archive.-
Chapter 7: Persistence Management in Long-term Digital Archive.-
Chapter 8: Power Efficiency and Scheduling Access to the Archive.-
Chapter 9: Information Management in Federated Digital Archives.
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This book addresses the process of maintaining digital objects through time to ensure continued access, an aspect that has become a crucial issue in recent years. It offers a concise yet comprehensive discussion of key concepts and requirements for long-term digital preservation, and presents a pioneering framework for digital repositories that enables the long-term archiving and metadata management for large volumes of digital resources based on a system that has already been completely designed and launched. In the framework, the reliability of information readouts is ensured by the repository with two-level data recording replication and monitoring mechanisms in the repository management system (RMS) and the file systems, and by the RMS's distributed nature. The advanced RMS allows operations on the archival storage to be scheduled, while also taking into account low energy consumption requirements. After presenting the framework in detail, the book assesses and demonstrates the approach's viability in terms of delivering accessibility, authenticity and usability. As such, the book offers a valuable resource for information technology (IT) researchers and practitioners, as well as archivists and librarians. (source: Nielsen Book Data)