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Peer interaction

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  • Computer Security: Chapter 8 - Trust in P2P Systems Introduction about Mitigating Attacks in P2P Systems, Assumptions for Peer Interactions; Contexts of Trust in P2P Systems, Definitions for the Proposed Solution, Trust Metrics, Trust-based Decisions,...

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  • Dynamicity of participants: Some P2P systems, such as [10], assume a fixed set of nodes in the system. However, one of the greatest potential strengths of P2P systems is when they eschew reliance on dedicated infrastructure and allow peers to leave the system at will. Even under these conditions, participants typically have broadly varying availability characteristics. Some peers are akin to servers: their membership in the system stays largely static. Others have much more dynamic membership, joining and leaving the system at will.

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  • Although the vision of P2P systems is grand, the technical challenges associated with them are immense, and as a result the realization of the vision has been elusive. Because the membership in the system is ad-hoc and dynamic, it is very difficult to predict or reason about the location and quality of the system’s resources. For example, the placement of data in content-sharing systems is often na¨ ıve: data placement is largely demand driven, with little regard given to network bandwidth, load, or historical trustworthiness of the peer on which the data is placed.

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  • a whirlwind on the social scene, Milinda, 24, first joined the Family planning association of Sri lanka as a peer educator in 2004. he received training, and then went out to meet young people in 16 districts to reveal all about sexual and reproductive health and rights. Milinda was hooked: he saw the need for information and services and made it a personal mission to raise awareness of young people’s issues.

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  • As a healthcare software executive and public policy expert, Justin Barnes manages Greenway’s Strategy, Marketing, Corporate Development and Government Affairs departments. With a background in healthcare information technology (HIT), corporate operations and legislative policy, Barnes is responsible for building and executing Greenway’s corporate strategy, industry and government relations.

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  • Abstract Peer interactions have been argued to play a major role in student academic achievement. Recent work has focused on measuring the structure of peer interactions with the location of the student in their social network and has found a positive relationship between student popularity and academic achievement.

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  • For example, a mecha- nism based on behavioral considerations like peer pressure or shame predicts that a high level of effort by one worker will induce other workers to increase their effort level, or that alowereffort by one worker causes other workers to follow suit. We refer to both of these cases as a “positive interaction” in the sense that a change in effort by one worker causes others to change their effort in the same direction.

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  • This paper examines how the effort choices of workers within the same firm interact with each other. In contrast to the existing literature, we show that workers can affect the productivity of their co-workers based on income maximization considerations, rather than relying on behavioral considerations such as peer pressure, social norms, and shame. Theoretically, we show that a worker’s effort has a positive effect on the effort of co-workers if they are complements in production, and a negative effect if they are substitutes.

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  • COMPETITIVE SUPPLY CHAIN AND REVENUE MANAGEMENT: FOUR ESSAYS When the peer group measure is interacted with the choice index—in Column B, and again with additional controls in the remaining columns—the coefficient is indistinguishable from zero, with a negative point estimate in every specification. Panel B repeats this analysis, this time with the score earned by students when they were in the 12th grade.51 Again, estimates of the choice effect are imprecise but are—with one statistically insignificant exception—of the opposite sign from that predicted by the economic model....

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  • ESSAYS ON TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY AND HUMAN CAPITAL In fact, I do not estimate separate regressions for each MSA, but the general effect is the same: Unreliability of the peer group measure produces an upward bias in the effect of choice on the peer group gradient, and therefore in the interaction coefficient 1 ϕ

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  • The system we are considering needs to support communications for 109 devices. The users using these devices would be interested in peer-to-peer (P2P) style of communication, business- to-business (B2B) interactions or a be part of a system comprising of agents where discoveries are initiated for services from any of these devices. Finally, some of these devices could also be used as part of a computation. The devices are thus part of a complex distributed system. Communication in the system is through events, which are encapsulated within messages.

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  • The peer-to-peer (P2P) style interaction [1] model facilitates sophisticated resource sharing environments between ‘consenting’ peers over the ‘edges’ of the Internet; the ‘disruptive’ [2] impact of which has resulted in a slew of powerful applications built around this model. Resources shared could be anything – from CPU cycles, exemplified by SETI@home (extraterrestrial life) [3] and Folding@home (protein folding) [4] to files (Napster and Gnutella [5]).

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  • EDUCATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH EVIDENCE FROM CHINA AND POLICY IMLICATION Column C allows the racial and ethnic composition of SAT-takers to have an independent effect on average SAT scores. If there are cultural biases in SAT scores, for example, individual ethnicity may have a different effect than does the composition of the peer group. The coefficients on racial composition variables are large and significant, but again their inclusion has essentially no effect on the parameter of interest, the interaction of average peer quality with Tiebout choice....

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  • ECONOMETRIC STUDY OF THE DEMAND FOR HIGHER EDUCATION IN CANADA, 1976-1995 Column D tests a different aspect of the specification, the assumption that the background characteristics predicting SAT scores are identical to those indexing willingnessto- pay for desirable schools. To test this, I allow willingness-to-pay to depend on students’ self-reported family income, estimating the interaction between income and Tiebout choice while including the peer quality index to absorb peer effects. The interaction coefficient here is again negative and insignificant....

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  • ALTRUISM AND THE FAMILY FIRM : SOME THEORY Columns E and F explore the impact of varying the sample definition. In Column E, the basic model is estimated on public schools only, while in Column F the 18 MSAs that have only a single district are excluded. The choice-peer group interaction coefficient is again negative in each of these specifications, significantly so (and with a substantially larger point estimate than in the basic specifications) in the latter case.

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  • Human Capital Investments and Interregional Wage Differences in a Southeast Asian Country Point estimates of the choice-peer group interaction are almost uniformly negative, suggesting that effectiveness sorting is less complete in high-choice than in low-choice markets. These estimates are imprecise, however, and most cannot reject a zero effect.

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  • A WEB-APPLICATION TOOL FOR MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS STRATEGIC MANAG AND COMPETITIVE PERFORMANCE MONITORIN Several identifiable factors may bias the coefficient on the peer group-Tiebout choice interaction in specifications like (7). I discuss two here; each can produce an upward bias in 1 ϕ . The first source of bias is statistical. There are several reasons to suspect measurement error in the peer group variable:

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  • An event—be it a networking gathering, open house, fundraiser, or class—is by nature, a social affair. People attend to connect, interact, and share with their peers. People join social media networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to connect, interact, and share with their peers. Sound familiar? Given their similar natures, it makes perfect sense to use social media to help plan, promote, and build excitement for any public event you’re hosting.

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  • In the body of research investigating students’ attitudes towards interacting with other students in online and distance education courses, there are some studies that report overwhelmingly positive attitudes. For example, O’Reilly and Newton (2002) found the majority of their 90 survey respondents highly valued interaction with peers and reported a wide range of benefits including mutual support, friendships, a reduced sense of isolation and new insights into the concepts being studied. Yildiz and Chang (2003) similarly reported that most...

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  • This paper examines how the effort choices of workers within the same firm interact with each other, and how this interaction depends on the technology of production. In contrast to the existing literature, we focus on showing how the effort choice of one worker can affect the effort choices of his co-workers based purely on income-maximizing considera- tions, rather than relying on behavioral explanations such as peer pressure, shame, etc.

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