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Program Manager

Jan 2006 - Present (8 years)


Program Management of Aviations and Airport IT Solutions Delivery Programs for whole of South East Asia


Ph.D in Computer Science

University of Michigan





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Auction protocols for decentralized scheduling

Games and Economic Behavior Volume 35, Issues 1–2, April 2001, Pages 271–303

Abstract<br />Decentralized scheduling is the problem of allocating resources to alternative possible uses over time, where competing uses are represented by autonomous agents. Market mechanisms use prices derived through distributing bidding protocols to determine schedules. We investigate the existence of equilibrium prices for some general classes of scheduling problems, the quality of equilibrium solutions, and the behavior of an ascending auction mechanism and bidding protocol. To remedy the potential none