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We develop a model wherein collusive firms' decisions to keep or to destroy the hard evidence is endogenous. Unlike previous literature, we assume that the administration of the cartel crucially depends on the existence of the hard evidence. Within this framework, we explore the impact of a leniency program on whether firms' incentives are to destroy or to keep the hard evidence. Moreover, we examine firms' incentives to report or not to report the hard evidence to the antitrust authority. We show that firms may willfully keep the hard evidence, even if a leniency program is not available, in order to enhance the stability of the cartel. Additionally, we prove that firms are more inclined to keep the hard evidence when a leniency program is available. Finally, we demonstrate that firms are more likely to destroy the hard evidence when ...
[[abstract]]The Generic Access Network (GAN) developed by 3GPP extends services to unlicensed spectrum. A mobile station with multiple air interfaces can access 3GPP services through GAN and roam seamlessly between different radio access networks. However, resource management is a critical issue in GAN. To allocate GAN resources efficiently, we propose Adaptive Keep-alive Interval (AKI). By using AKI, an MS can send less signaling messages. In addition, AKI can increase system utilization by releasing unused resources. The proposed AKI is evaluated by extensive simulations. The results show that the proposed AKI can reduce signaling overhead and increase GAN utilization significantly.
Small banner has a border along the top and bottom margins in a red, white, and blue "stars and stripes" design. In the middle is a slogan in blue: "Keep 'Em Flying!"
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Supporting Documents containing supporting data in the fight to "Keep Cleveland"
In this 4-H Keep Well project, we will discuss some important things that are directly related to health, individuals vary as to type of build. Some belong to the tall slender type, some to the short stocky type, and others to the average. We differ because we have inherited different tendencies and because we have treated our bodies differently.
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