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Zeng, Y.; Yin,; Li, Shuliang (2016)
Publisher: IEEE
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: UOW11

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ACM Ref: Software_GENERAL, Hardware_INTEGRATEDCIRCUITS, Hardware_PERFORMANCEANDRELIABILITY, Hardware_LOGICDESIGN
Carbon assets have the value of carbon emission reduction in enterprises and are closely relevant to business images and competitiveness. In this paper, the connotation of carbon assets is clarified. The definition of carbon assets in enterprise business contexts are also provided. In addition, an interactive evolution framework is established to demonstrate the emergent property of carbon assets using multi-agent-based simulation, which can bring a new perspective for enterprises to manage their carbon assets and improve low-carbon competitiveness.
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