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This functionality includes resource order management. 10.4.1.1 Resource order management This set of functionalities manages the E2E lifecycle of a resource order request. This includes validating resource availability as well as the resource order request. (...) These functionalities include resource performance management, resource fault management and resource test management.
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The allocation function allocates one or more physical resources to one or more virtual resources upon receiving a request from virtual resource configuration functions; − De-allocation function. (...) The re-allocation function replaces specific physical resource(s) being used for one or more virtual resources with other physical resources, thus allocating the latter physical resources to the same virtual resources. (...) For example, the function may initiate re-allocation of specific physical resource(s) using physical resource configuration functions. 9.3 Physical resource discovery function Physical resource discovery function detects new physical resources and reports them to virtual resource discovery function of virtual resource management functions. 10 Virtual resource management functions Virtual resource management functions manage, control, and monitor virtual resources in collaboration with physical resource management functions, LINP management functions, and LINP operator functions.
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In addition, it provides the virtual resource management with logical resources. The virtual resource management abstracts a logical resource to create a virtual resource. It can also build a virtual resource using multiple virtual resources. Therefore, a virtual resource has a nested structure. (...) LINP management LINP management LINP LINP LINP Interconnection Interconnection Virtual resource Virtual resource Virtual resource Virtual resource Virtual resource management Resource abstraction Virtual resource Virtual resource Virtual resource Resource abstraction Physical resource Logical resource Logical resource Logical resource Logical resource management Physical resource Separation Separation Physical resource Physical resource Physical resource Y.3012(14)_FI.1 Figure I.1 – Resource hierarchical model Bibliography [b-Nakao] Nakao, et al. (2012), Whitepaper – VNode: A Deeply Programmable Network Testbed Through Network Virtualization https://nvlab.nakao-lab.org/vnode-white. 109     114     115     116     117     118     119     120     121     122     123     124          
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A major implication is that the response of income levels and resource booms to increases in the size of resource endowments depends on whether labor and the raw resource are complements or substitutes in the production of resource-based intermediates. If they are substitutes, a resource boom generates a mild reduction in the resource price so that aggregate resource incomes — that is, resource price times extracted quantity — increases in the resource-exporting economy and the higher demand for manufacturing goods stimulates innovations and thereby enhance economic growth in the short-medium run. (...) If labor and the raw resource are complements, instead, a resource boom generates a strong reduction in the resource price so that aggregate resource incomes decline in the resource-rich economy, inducing a temporary slowdown in productivity growth as well as negative feedback effects on the resource-poor economy.
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Score: 245454.22 - https://www.wto.org/english/re..._e/wtr10_peretto_valente_e.htm
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A major implication is that the response of income levels and resource booms to increases in the size of resource endowments depends on whether labor and the raw resource are complements or substitutes in the production of resource-based intermediates. If they are substitutes, a resource boom generates a mild reduction in the resource price so that aggregate resource incomes — that is, resource price times extracted quantity — increases in the resource-exporting economy and the higher demand for manufacturing goods stimulates innovations and thereby enhance economic growth in the short-medium run. (...) If labor and the raw resource are complements, instead, a resource boom generates a strong reduction in the resource price so that aggregate resource incomes decline in the resource-rich economy, inducing a temporary slowdown in productivity growth as well as negative feedback effects on the resource-poor economy.
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A major implication is that the response of income levels and resource booms to increases in the size of resource endowments depends on whether labor and the raw resource are complements or substitutes in the production of resource-based intermediates. If they are substitutes, a resource boom generates a mild reduction in the resource price so that aggregate resource incomes — that is, resource price times extracted quantity — increases in the resource-exporting economy and the higher demand for manufacturing goods stimulates innovations and thereby enhance economic growth in the short-medium run. (...) If labor and the raw resource are complements, instead, a resource boom generates a strong reduction in the resource price so that aggregate resource incomes decline in the resource-rich economy, inducing a temporary slowdown in productivity growth as well as negative feedback effects on the resource-poor economy.
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Score: 245329.2 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/re..._s/wtr10_peretto_valente_s.htm
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This capability estimates the achievable performance of available reserved resources and assists the CSP in the selection of resources to be effectively used. The resource performance estimation and selection capability is recommended to: – allow estimating the achievable performance of available reserved resources (e.g., computing resources, storage resources, input/output capacity between storage resources, network bandwidth) in the secondary CSPs. 9.4 Resource discovery and reservation The resource discovery and reservation capability deals with search, discovery and reservation of available resources in the peer CSPs. (...) However, all required resources may not necessarily be available. In that case, it should be possible to forcefully reserve resources for lifeline services rather than for other services. 9.5 Resource set-up and activation The resource set-up and activation capability deals with the set up and activation of reserved resources in the peer CSPs.
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In order to provide LINPs, physical resources are partitioned and abstracted as virtual resources and the virtual resources are interconnected to create an LINP. (...) As such, virtual resources are either allocated to each LINP or multiple virtual resources are aggregated into a single virtual resource. Physical resources are composed of transport resources, computing resources and storage resources.
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 Page 131 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 131 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects P. 131 Core network aspects 1 Figure 4 – Categories of physical resources A physical node resource is composed of transport resources, computing resources, and storage resources in an administrative domain. Data frames/packets are sent and received in a physical node resource through one or more physical link resources. 7.2 Virtual resources Virtual resources are classified into two categories: virtual link resources and virtual node resources. Virtual link resources are created using physical link resources, and virtual node resources using physical node resources.
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world Trade reporT 2010 38 II Trade in natural resources The World Trade Report 2010 focuses on trade in natural resources, such as fuels, forestry, mining and fisheries. (...) Introduction 40 B. natural resources: Definitions, trade patterns and globalization 44 c. trade theory and natural resources 72 D. trade policy and natural resources 112 e. natural resources, international cooperation and trade regulation 160 F. conclusions 200 world Trade reporT 2010 40 Natural resources are fundamental for human life. (...) Introduction II – tRADe In nAtuRAL ResouRces 41 A . In tR o D u c tIo n Contents 1. Why a report on trade in natural resources 42 2.
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Score: 244601.15 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ooksp_e/anrep_e/wtr10-2a_e.pdf
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