Posted Papers by Hisao Kameda

H. Kameda, "Models of paradoxical coincident cost degradation in noncooperative networks," in Game Theory Relauched, Hardy Hanappi, ed., Intech, 191-214, DOI: 10.5772/54377, (2013).

Hisao Kameda and Takashi Ui, gEffects of symmetry on globalizing separated monopolies to a Nash-Cournot oligopoly,h International J. Game Theory Review vol. 14 no. 2, 37-52. DOI:
10.1142/S0219198912500090 (2012)

H. Kameda, J. Li, and E. Altman, "Optimal routing for multiclass networks," (PDF) Advances in Operations Research, vol. 2011, Article ID 645954, 21pages, doi:10.1155/2011/645954 (2011)

H. Kameda, gCoincident cost improvement vs. degradation by adding connections to Noncooperative networks and distributed systems,h Networks and Spatial Economics vol. 9, pp. 269-287 (2009).

H. Kameda and E. Altman, "Inefficient noncooperation in networking games of common-pool resources, " IEEE J. on Selected Areas in Communications, Special Issue on Game Theory in Communication Systems, vol.29, issue 7, pp.1260-1268, Sept. 2008

H. Kameda, E. Altman, and O. Pourtallier, "A mixed optimum in symmetric distributed computer systems,'' IEEE Trans. Automatic Control, vol.53, no. 2, pp.631-635, March 2008

S. F. El-Zoghdy, H. Kameda and J. Li, "Numerical studies on a paradox for non-cooperative static load balancing in distributed computer systems," Computers and Operations Research, Vol.33, pp. 345-355 (2006).

A. Inoie, H. Kameda and C. Touati, "A paradox in flow control of M/M/n queues," Computers and Operations Research , Vol.33, pp. 356-368 (2006), -- A shorter version appeared in Proc. 43rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (IEEE CDC'04), Bahamas, pp. 2768-2773, Dec. 2004.

A. Inoie, H. Kameda and C. Touati, "Braess paradox in dynamic routing for the Cohen-Kelly network," Proc. the Fourth IASTED International Conference on Communications, Internet, and Information Technology, Cambridge, USA, pp. 335-339, Oct. 31-Nov.2, 2005

H. Kameda, J. Li and E. Altman, "Link-traffic loop-free property in optimal routing for multi-class networks,"Proc. 43rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (IEEE CDC'04), Bahamas, pp. 4217-4224, Dec. 2004.

H. Cai, H. Kameda and J. Li, "A performance anomaly in clustered on-line transaction processing systems,"Computer Communications, Vol.27, Issue 12, pp. 1166-1173, July 2004.

H. Kameda, "Bounds on benefits and harms of adding connections to noncooperative networks," in NETWORKING 2004 --- Proc. 3rd International IFIP-TC6 Networking Conference, Athens, Greece, May 9-14, 2004 Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 3042, Mitrou, N. et al. (Eds.), pp. 405-417 (2004).DL

H. Kameda, and O. Pourtallier: "Paradoxes in distributed decisions on optimal load balancing for networks of homogeneous computers,"@Journal of the ACM, Vol.49, No.3, pp.407-433 (2002). PS DL -- A basic preliminary version A tutorial in Japanese (“ϊ–{Œκ‚Ι‚ζ‚鏉•ΰ“I‰πΰ). Corrigendum

H. Kameda and T. Ui. "Effects of symmetry on globalizing separated monopolies to a Nash-Cournot oligopoly,'' Proceedings of International Conference of Mathematians 2002 Satellite Conference on Game Theory and Applications (ICM2002GTA), Qingdao, China, 2002, pp.301-313

T. Boulogne , E. Altman, H. Kameda, and O. Pourtallier,@"Mixed equilibrium (ME) for multiclass routing games," IEEE Trans. Automatic Control, Special issue on control issues in telecommunication networks, Vol. 47, No. 6, pp.903-916, June 2002.

E. Altman, H. Kameda and Y. Hosokawa: "Nash equilibria in load balancing in distributed computer systems," International Game Theory Review, Vol. 4,@No. 2, pp. 91-100, 2002.

H. Kameda: "How harmful the paradox can be in Braess/Cohen-Kelly-Jeffries networks," Proc. IEEE INFOCOM 2002, New York, pp. 437-445, June 2002.

H. Kameda, Y. Hosokawa and O. Pourtallier: "Effects of symmetry on Braess-like paradoxes in distributed computer systems -- A numerical study --," Proc. 40th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (IEEE CDC'01), Orlando, pp.831-836, Dec. 2001

E. Altman and H. Kameda: "Equilibria for multiclass routing in multi-agent networks," Proc. 40th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control@(IEEE CDC'01), Orlando, pp.604--609, Dec. 2001

H. Kameda, M. Ohta, and Y. Hosokawa: "Effects of symmetry on paradoxical cost degradation in a Nash non-cooperative network system," Proc. IFAC Symposium on Modeling and Control of Economic Systems SME 2001, Klagenfurt, Austria, September 6-8, 2001

H. Kameda, E. Altman, T. Kozawa and Y. Hosokawa, "Braess-like paradoxes in distributed computer systems", IEEE Trans. on Automatic Control, vol. 45, no. 9, pp. 1687-1691 (Sept.,@2000)

H. Kameda, El-Zoghdy Said Fathy, I Ryu and J. Li, "A performance comparison of dynamic vs. static load balancing policies in a mainframe -- personal computer network model", Proceedings of IEEE CDC2000, Sydney, Australia, pp. 1415-1420, Dec., 2000.

H. Kameda, T. Kozawa, & J. Li, "Anomalous relations among various performance objectives in distributed computer systems", in Proc. 1st World Congress on Systems Simulation@(WCSS'97), pp. 459-465, Singapore, September 1-3, 1997

H. Kameda & Y. Zhang, "Uniqueness of the solution for optimal static routing in open BCMP queueing networks" Mathematical and Computer Modelling, Vol.22, No.10-12, pp.119-130,@1995


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