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Logistical Strategies and Risks in Canadian Grain Marketing

William W. Wilson, Bruce L. Dahl
2000 Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics-Revue Canadienne D'Agroeconomie  
how to model supply chains in grain marketing.  ...  Acknowledgments The research in this paper has benefitted from interactions with numerous individuals, both throughout the Canadian grain industry as well as my colleagues and students in discussions on  ...  The results indicated that in a normal year there is sufficient randomness throughout the various elements of the system that it is expected that demurrage at the West Coast would be a major cost.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1744-7976.2000.tb00271.x fatcat:hapqi44pwndsjflowkcf2ukv4a

Learning by Holding and Liquidity

GUILLAUME PLANTIN
2009 The Review of Economic Studies  
Absent this premium, this fear could become self-justi...ed in the presence of learning by holding, because a future lemons problem deters current market participation, and this in turn vindicates the  ...  in the presence of learning by holding.  ...  We now show that in this situation in which strategic complementarity fails only for a bounded subset of fundamentals, global games techniques partially apply, and they are all the more e¢ cient because  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-937x.2008.00526.x fatcat:6vcmb7kh2jar5lb5hwgbrqc6km

Crops and genotypes differ in efficiency of potassium uptake and use

Zed Rengel, Paul M. Damon
2008 Physiologia Plantarum : An International Journal for Plant Biology  
Plants take up K exclusively from the soil solution pool, which is in a dynamic equilibrium with the exchangeable and, to a lesser extent, the non-exchangeable pools.  ...  The potential for Na 1 as a partial substitute for K 1 in some, but not all plant species, is well documented (Marschner 1995) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1399-3054.2008.01079.x pmid:18397208 fatcat:mwsq3rilfzhdte5viyne4mqglu

Innovations in agronomy for food legumes. A review

Kadambot H. M. Siddique, Chris Johansen, Neil C. Turner, Marie-Hélène Jeuffroy, Abul Hashem, Dogan Sakar, Yantai Gan, Salem S. Alghamdi
2011 Agronomy for Sustainable Development  
In necessarily imply a desire to qualify for organic product certification but more a realization of the need for sustainable agriculture.  ...  Over the previous decade, the only food legumes to have shown significant production increases have been chickpea, lentil and faba bean in North America, chickpea in Australia, and faba bean in Europe.  ...  reserves of N (Walley et al. 2007 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13593-011-0021-5 fatcat:4xd3ar5ikbbvld3aif4emetfsu

Multi-controller Based Software-Defined Networking: A Survey

Tao Hu, Zehua Guo, Peng Yi, Thar Baker, Julong Lan
2018 IEEE Access  
Since the controller software runs on a server and it may suffer from the hardware or software failure, characterization of a server failure in a production network or cluster gives us the description  ...  In this paper, we present a compressive survey for multi-controller research in SDN. First, we introduce the overview of multi-controller, including the origin of multi-controller and its challenges.  ...  Optimal Controller Placement: In [27] , the authors present a non-zero-sum game [32] based distributed technique to optimally deploy the multi-controller.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2018.2814738 fatcat:pqfega2pmfabdjzh4ohanaytn4

Scheduling and monitoring of internally structured services in Cloud federations

Lars Larsson, Daniel Henriksson, Erik Elmroth
2011 2011 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC)  
a process called placement.  ...  Finally, we present a non-invasive method of extracting monitoring data from a service deployed in a cloud federation, and a framework for making monitoring information available and understandable in  ...  no. 257115 (OPTIMIS) and the Swedish Government's strategic research project eSSENCE.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iscc.2011.5984012 dblp:conf/iscc/LarssonHE11 fatcat:m6eaibp7rjfijekq2kstfbmb3m

Sediment Delivery, Flood Control, and Physical Ecosystem Services in Southern California Chaparral Landscapes [chapter]

Peter M. Wohlgemuth, Keith A. Lilley
2018 Springer Series on Environmental Management  
Wildfre is the dominant ecological disturbance event in chaparral and it greatly accelerates fooding and erosion, which are directly and/or indirectly related to the loss of the protective vegetation.  ...  Chaparral provides physical ecosystem services that aid in food hazard reduction, sediment retention, and the supply of water as well as protecting habitat for endangered species and soil quality.  ...  In 2013 Los Angeles County completed a Sediment Management Strategic Plan to explore alternatives which can reduce the environmental and social impacts of sediment management.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-68303-4_7 fatcat:vuprjbwmazhylkd5s4vyfhnz4y

A Survey of Big Data Machine Learning Applications Optimization in Cloud Data Centers and Networks [article]

Sanaa Hamid Mohamed, Taisir E.H. El-Gorashi, Jaafar M.H. Elmirghani
2019 arXiv   pre-print
This survey article reviews the challenges associated with deploying and optimizing big data applications and machine learning algorithms in cloud data centers and networks.  ...  In this survey, we present a summary of the characteristics of various big data programming models and applications and provide a review of cloud computing infrastructures, and related technologies such  ...  All data are provided in full in the results section of this paper.  ... 
arXiv:1910.00731v1 fatcat:kvi3br4iwzg3bi7fifpgyly7m4

Common Interest Tragedies

Lee Anne Fennell
2003 Social Science Research Network  
" to engage in flamingo placement.  ...  Even where prices are in use, they may not be set optimally.  ...  have developed here sheds light on only one corner of the overall question of appropriate entitlement assignment and protection in a commons.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.474380 fatcat:i74tvec3bjdqveewqbwc3fco7u

Upgrading Strategies for the Digital Economy

Timothy J. Sturgeon
2019 Global Strategy Journal  
Research summary: Although computerization has been enabling changes in the structure and economic geography of industries for decades, recent public discourse has become focused on a set of "new" advanced  ...  How are these changes shaping the strategic options for companies and policy-makers in less-developed economies?  ...  All rights reserved.  ... 
doi:10.1002/gsj.1364 fatcat:nsuxms3y6nepflykwcic4x2kqa

Stream Computations Organized for Reconfigurable Execution [chapter]

André DeHon, Yury Markovskiy, Eylon Caspi, Michael Chu, John Wawrzynek, Randy Huang, Stylianos Perissakis, Laura Pozzi, Joseph Yeh
2008 Reconfigurable Computing  
Reconfigurable systems can offer the high spatial parallelism and fine-grained, bit-level resource control traditionally associated with hardware implementations, along with the flexibility and adaptability  ...  To address this need, we develop a stream-oriented compute model, system architecture, and execution patterns which can capture and exploit the parallelism of spatial computations while simultaneously  ...  ., common memory pool or off-chip DRAM).  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-012370522-8.50014-5 fatcat:xdehy2c57fbthkb7pvkxiehmta

Stream computations organized for reconfigurable execution

André DeHon, Yury Markovsky, Eylon Caspi, Michael Chu, Randy Huang, Stylianos Perissakis, Laura Pozzi, Joseph Yeh, John Wawrzynek
2006 Microprocessors and microsystems  
Reconfigurable systems can offer the high spatial parallelism and fine-grained, bit-level resource control traditionally associated with hardware implementations, along with the flexibility and adaptability  ...  To address this need, we develop a stream-oriented compute model, system architecture, and execution patterns which can capture and exploit the parallelism of spatial computations while simultaneously  ...  ., common memory pool or off-chip DRAM).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.micpro.2006.02.009 fatcat:aexifaliwzd3nma3kllhqd6yhm

On The Convergence of Computational and Data Grids

D Arnold
2001 Parallel Processing Letters  
We present our interactions with a distributed computing system, NetSolve, and a Distributed Storage Infrastructure, IBP, as a case study of how some of these techniques can be effectively deployed and  ...  Great advances in high-performance computing have given rise to scientific applications that place large demands on software and hardware infrastructures for both computational and data services.  ...  Acknowledgments This research work is supported in part by Department of Energy Award #DE-FC02-99ER25396 titled "Optimizing Distributed Application Performance Using Logistical Networking" and National  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0129-6264(01)00052-x fatcat:eunlqfl75rgcfkqnsn7ognv7ee

ON THE CONVERGENCE OF COMPUTATIONAL AND DATA GRIDS

DORIAN C. ARNOLD, SATHISH S. VAHDIYAR, JACK J. DONGARRA
2001 Parallel Processing Letters  
We present our interactions with a distributed computing system, NetSolve, and a Distributed Storage Infrastructure, IBP, as a case study of how some of these techniques can be effectively deployed and  ...  Great advances in high-performance computing have given rise to scientific applications that place large demands on software and hardware infrastructures for both computational and data services.  ...  Acknowledgments This research work is supported in part by Department of Energy Award #DE-FC02-99ER25396 titled "Optimizing Distributed Application Performance Using Logistical Networking" and National  ... 
doi:10.1142/s012962640100052x fatcat:cykze45jarea3p7i3v7kqdm3du

The status and future of tidal marshes in New Jersey faced with sea level rise

Judith S. Weis, Elizabeth Burke Watson, Beth Ravit, Charles Harman, Metthea Yepsen
2021 Anthropocene Coasts  
, altered management of Phragmites, thin layer sediment placement, and living shoreline installations.  ...  We collected information about trends in the horizontal extent (acreage) of New Jersey salt marshes and recent elevation changes compared with the current local rate of SLR in New Jersey, which is between  ...  We also thank Clinton Andrews of Rutgers for his input early in the process, and Ildiko Pechmann of MERI, Lee Ann Haaf of Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, and Richard Lathrop and Johnny Quispe of  ... 
doi:10.1139/anc-2020-0020 fatcat:tgx5rjyxwnavdjkllruydi56em
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