Using a normative framework to explore the prototyping of wireless grids
Balke, T., De Vos, M., Padget, J. and Fitzek, F., 2011. Using a normative framework to explore the prototyping of wireless grids. In: Coordination, Organizations, Institutions, and Norms in Agent Systems VI - COIN 2010 International Workshops, COIN@MALLOW 2010, Revised Selected Papers. Vol. 6541 LNAI. Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 95-113. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
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The capacity for normative frameworks to capture the essential features of interactions between components in open architectures suggests they might also be of assistance in an early, rapid prototyping phase of system development, helping to refine concepts, identify actors, explore policies and evaluate feasibility. As an exercise to examine this thesis, we investigate the concept of the wireless grid. Wireless grids have been proposed to address the energy issues arising from a new generation of mobile phones, the idea being that local communication with other mobile phones, being cheaper, can be used in combination with network communication to achieve common goals while at the same time extending the battery duty cycle. This results in a social dilemma, as it is advantageous for rational users to benefit from the energy savings without any contribution to the cooperation, as every commitment has its price. We present a necessarily simplified model, whose purpose is to provide us with the foundation to explore issues in the management of such a framework, policies to encourage collaborative behaviour, and the means to evaluate the effects on energy consumption.
|Item Type||Book Sections|
|Creators||Balke, T., De Vos, M., Padget, J. and Fitzek, F.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Computer Science|
|Additional Information||6th International Workshops on Coordination, Organizations, Institutions, and Norms in Agent Systems VI, COIN@MALLOW 2010. 30 August 2010. Lyon, France.|
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