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Combinatorial Auction-Based Resource Allocation in the Fog

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Abstract

Network service composition is becoming increasingly flexible, thanks in part to advances in virtualisation and cloud technologies. As these penetrate further into networks, providers are often looking to leverage this infrastructure to improve their service delivery. This desire poses a number of obstacles, including a diversity in device capabilities and the need for a value exchange mechanism. In this demonstration, we present a platform that seeks to address a selection of these challenges.

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