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By Ke Xu, Yifeng Zhong, Huan He

This short courses the reader via 3 easy web source pricing versions utilizing a web expense research. Addressing the evolution of provider varieties, it offers a number of corresponding mechanisms that can be certain pricing implementation and source allocation. The authors speak about application optimization of community pricing equipment in economics and underline sessions of pricing tools together with method optimization and entities' strategic optimization. The short closes with examples of the newly proposed pricing approach assisting to resolve the revenue distribution challenge introduced by way of P2P free-riding and increase the pricing potency with the advent of the cost discrimination. the web source pricing method isn't just the main issue of net source allocation potency, but additionally the determinant of the revenue. The equipment and versions mentioned in net source Pricing versions elevate the potency of present pricing recommendations to make sure a legitimate and sustainable improvement of the web. The short may also help researchers and pros operating with this key issue of net source allocation.

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Moreover, according to the interconnection system in China, China Mobile will always pay for the traffic between different ISPs in order to use the high profits of the mobile business to subside fixed network infrastructures. A part of the traffic generated by WeChat is actually paid by China Mobile. Meanwhile, with the free communication provided by WeChat, the business of China Mobile is also threatened. What might happen next is still hard to predict. But it can be seen that the core issue here is billing and profit distribution.

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