resource allocation


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resource allocation

Managed care The constellation of activities and decisions which form the basis for prioritizing health care needs

resource allocation

1. The management of economic and administrative reserves by choosing from among competing claims for assets and services.
2. Health care rationing.
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Much literature has studied the resource allocation of heterogeneous cellular networks.
Ruhe, "Optimized resource allocation for software release planning," IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol.
"Survey on Dynamic Resource Allocation Strategy in cloud Computing," pp: 2168-7161.
This committee ensures that the college is engaged in ongoing assessment conversations that inform planning and resource allocation and facilitate organizational and student success.
The analysis will help ActionAid and relevant stake holders to use this analysis for advocacy at appropriate forum for equitable resource allocations.
Recently, several results on resource allocation in cooperative relaying networks have been reported in the literature [6-8].
[3] Formulated and solved two resource allocation problems for software-module testing, considering the mean number of remaining faults in the software modules.
In order to determine whether the flexible resource allocation at one point is feasible or not, we introduce the maximum flow algorithm proposed by Ford and Fulkerson [24].
In this paper, we propose a graph-based resource allocation scheme for D2D communications in multiuser scenario to solve the above problems.
Efficient strategic capacity planning and resource allocation is becoming a hot topic for biopharmaceutical companies and Clinical Research Organizations (CRO) due to increasing pressure to reduce cost of drug development.
ABSTRACT: This paper aims to compare performance of low complexity dynamic resource allocation techniques for downlinkin OFDMA for WiMax system.

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