E.C. No 1227/2000 of 31 May 2000 laying down details rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No 1493/1999 on the common organisation of the market in wine, as regards production potential (3), — (EC) No 1623/2000 of 25 July 2000 laying down detailed rules Regulation (EC) No 1493/1999 on the common organi sation of the market in wine with regard to market mech anisms (4), (1) OJ L 148, 6.6.2008, p. 1. (2) OJ L 179, 14.7.1999, p. 1. Regulation as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 (OJ L 299, 16.11.2007, p. 1). (3) OJ L 143, 16.6.2000, p. 1. Regulation as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 1216/2005 (OJ L 199, 29.7.2005, p. 32).
E.C. = v · Σ (2 · c2 + c3) · 2 · R = O(v√N ).maintenance cost.m δ zi=1 Next consider Cq. Based on the location query procedure described, the expected location query cost when A and B’s MCS is level-i isComparing HIGH-GRADE and GLS in terms of total packet processing overhead—i.e., the sum of the location maintenance and query costs—HIGH-GRADE has several advantages. If the localized data traffic pattern is assumed,HIGH-G√RADE has a better asymptotic results: O(v log N )vs. O(v N ). If the uniform data traffic pattern is assu√med,Σi u then the two schemes have the same asymptotic cost O(v N ).iE(nq) =E(di ) zj=0 However, as we have mentioned, location query cost can often be reduced by various caching techniques. In HIGH-GRADE,Σi j= c1 · 2 R zj=0 = (2i+1 − 1) · c1 R· z .since the bottleneck of the total cost is location query cost, any improvement from caching techniques will be reflected directly in the total cost. On the other hand, in GLS, since the location maintenance cost has higher asymptotic value, caching strategy may not bring much benefit.Taking into account the various probability of the MCS being a level-i square, we have (for localized data traffic pattern), E(Cq) = Σ E(n ) · PHq li ii=0HWe next observe that both SLALoM and DLM improve the total location maintenance/query costs over the SLURP scheme. However, they also introduce significant increase in the storage requirement cost. In the case of DLM, the storage requirement becomes a dominant constraint to the scalability. Another drawback of the SLALoM and DLM schemes is that they do not take advantage of the localized traffic patternswell, with asymptotic bounds of location maintenance/query≈ Σ(2i+1 − 1) · cR 1 1
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