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SORMA - business cases for an open grid market: concept and implementation

Nimis, J., Anandasivam, A., Borissov, N., Smith, G., Neumann, D., Wirstrom, N., Rosenberg, E. and Villa, M. (2008) SORMA - business cases for an open grid market: concept and implementation. In: 5th International Workshop on Grid Economics and Business Models, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.

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Abstract/Summary

Economic mechanisms enhance technological solutions by setting the right incentives to reveal information about demand and supply accurately. Market or pricing mechanisms are ones that foster information exchange and can therefore attain efficient allocation. By assigning a value (also called utility) to their service requests, users can reveal their relative urgency or costs to the service. The implementation of theoretical sound models induce further complex challenges. The EU-funded project SORMA analyzes these challenges and provides a prototype as a proof-of-concept. In this paper the approach within the SORMA-project is described on both conceptual and technical level.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Faculty of Science
ID Code:14817
Uncontrolled Keywords:Grid computing, market, business case
Publisher:Springer-Verlag

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