Affiliations M.Tech Research Scholar</br>M.Tech Research Scholar</br>Head of the Department Department Of CSE, G.Pullaiah College of Engineering and Technology JNTU Anatapur, Andhra Pradesh, India
We study the best usage-based rating downside in an incredibly resource-constrained network
with one increasing service supplier and multiple teams of surplus-maximizing users. With the
idea that the service supplier is aware of the utility operate of every user (thus complete
information), we discover that the entire value differentiation theme can do an over sized
revenue gain (e.g., 50%) compared to no value differentiation, once the entire network resource
is comparably restricted and therefore the high-willingness-to-pay users are minorities.
However, the entire value differentiation theme could result in a high implementation quality. To
trade off the revenue against the implementation complexity; we tend to any study the partial
value differentiation theme and style a polynomial-time formula which will cipher the best
partial differentiation costs. We tend to additionally think about the unfinished data case
wherever the service supplier doesn't understand to that cluster every user belongs. We tend to
show that it's still doable to comprehend value differentiation beneath this situation and supply
the sufficient and necessary condition under that an incentive-compatible differentiation theme
can do similar revenue as beneath complete data.
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