Bowie State University

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  • White Papers // Nov 2011

    Adaptive Histogram Algorithms for Approximating Frequency Queries in Dynamic Data Streams

    Histograms can be used as summaries of frequency data. However, staying within the error tolerance becomes problematic when dealing with dynamic data streams. For dynamic data streams, the histograms can be reconstructed every time data is either discarded or collected - which is very inefficient. If a histogram is to...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Content-Based Retrieval in Peer-to-Peer Networks Using Cooperative Caching

    Devising a uniform paradigm for the representation of multimedia data contents in distributed systems in the presence of heterogeneity, distribution, and semantic gap is a difficult task. When adding technological limitations to this mix, the problem becomes more complex. In this paper, the authors present a logic-based model for representing...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Scheduling and Rate Assignment Algorithms for Policy Driven QoS Support in High Speed Cellular Networks

    Due to the growing popularity of high data-rate multimedia services such as streaming, gaming, and video conferencing using mobile devices, providing strict QoS support in cellular networks is becoming crucial. Moreover, differentiated service requirements and service plans promote service providers to enforce their own policies aligned with their goal of...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Analyzing the Case for Migrating to Thin Clients for Everyday Computing Needs in the U.s. Air Force

    Much like most public and private organizations, thick clients (traditional PCs) have been a mainstay in the U.S. Air Force's computing environments since the early 1990s. Unfortunately, the inherent advantages of having the processing, applications and data storage at the desktop has come at great expense in terms of administrative...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Moving Away From Traditional Backups and Moving Towards Data Protection

    The research paper reviews three backup trends, Continuous Data Protection (CDP), Data Deduplication and Data Replication and shows the advantages and disadvantages of each backup trend and determines if one or more current backup trends is more cost effective than a backup solution consisting of a robotic tape library and...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Can Cloud Computing Ever Replace Traditional Desktop Computing?

    Cloud computing is a new and exciting technology that is more evolutionary in design than revolutionary. Broken down to its fundamental features, cloud computing is the movement from individual business' dedicated facilities into a virtualized environment that is hosted across multiple shared data centers connected via the internet, allowing processing...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Evaluating the Current Methods of Server Virtualization, and Determining the Benefits Associated With Virtualization

    The current worldwide economic situation has IT departments attempting to comply with the company's insatiable demand for speed, security, and availability of network servers on a reduced budget. The growing availability of virtualization solutions provides the IT manager with a viable option to satisfy the company's requirements. Server Virtualization offers...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Society's Needs Vs. Protection of Your Privacy and Data

    These Information Technology Tracking Systems have shown to provide improved security and safety in a world plagued by terrorism and crime. There are a variety of systems in use that can aid law enforcement, intelligence organizations, and private industry in a variety of activities everything from stopping a crime, hunting...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // Nov 2011

    Adaptive Histogram Algorithms for Approximating Frequency Queries in Dynamic Data Streams

    Histograms can be used as summaries of frequency data. However, staying within the error tolerance becomes problematic when dealing with dynamic data streams. For dynamic data streams, the histograms can be reconstructed every time data is either discarded or collected - which is very inefficient. If a histogram is to...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Scheduling and Rate Assignment Algorithms for Policy Driven QoS Support in High Speed Cellular Networks

    Due to the growing popularity of high data-rate multimedia services such as streaming, gaming, and video conferencing using mobile devices, providing strict QoS support in cellular networks is becoming crucial. Moreover, differentiated service requirements and service plans promote service providers to enforce their own policies aligned with their goal of...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Can Cloud Computing Ever Replace Traditional Desktop Computing?

    Cloud computing is a new and exciting technology that is more evolutionary in design than revolutionary. Broken down to its fundamental features, cloud computing is the movement from individual business' dedicated facilities into a virtualized environment that is hosted across multiple shared data centers connected via the internet, allowing processing...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Society's Needs Vs. Protection of Your Privacy and Data

    These Information Technology Tracking Systems have shown to provide improved security and safety in a world plagued by terrorism and crime. There are a variety of systems in use that can aid law enforcement, intelligence organizations, and private industry in a variety of activities everything from stopping a crime, hunting...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Analyzing the Case for Migrating to Thin Clients for Everyday Computing Needs in the U.s. Air Force

    Much like most public and private organizations, thick clients (traditional PCs) have been a mainstay in the U.S. Air Force's computing environments since the early 1990s. Unfortunately, the inherent advantages of having the processing, applications and data storage at the desktop has come at great expense in terms of administrative...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Evaluating the Current Methods of Server Virtualization, and Determining the Benefits Associated With Virtualization

    The current worldwide economic situation has IT departments attempting to comply with the company's insatiable demand for speed, security, and availability of network servers on a reduced budget. The growing availability of virtualization solutions provides the IT manager with a viable option to satisfy the company's requirements. Server Virtualization offers...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Moving Away From Traditional Backups and Moving Towards Data Protection

    The research paper reviews three backup trends, Continuous Data Protection (CDP), Data Deduplication and Data Replication and shows the advantages and disadvantages of each backup trend and determines if one or more current backup trends is more cost effective than a backup solution consisting of a robotic tape library and...

    Provided By Bowie State University

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Content-Based Retrieval in Peer-to-Peer Networks Using Cooperative Caching

    Devising a uniform paradigm for the representation of multimedia data contents in distributed systems in the presence of heterogeneity, distribution, and semantic gap is a difficult task. When adding technological limitations to this mix, the problem becomes more complex. In this paper, the authors present a logic-based model for representing...

    Provided By Bowie State University