Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

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  • White Papers // Nov 2013

    Towards a solution avoiding Vendor Lock-in to enable Migration Between Cloud Platforms

    The cloud computing paradigm is used by many actors, whether companies or individuals in order to harness the power and agility of remote computing resources. Because they target developers and offer a smooth and easy way to deploy modern enterprise software without dealing with the underlying infrastructure, there is a...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Vehicular Inter-Networking via Named Data

    In near future, a car will be equipped with a variety of wireless interfaces such as 3G/LTE, WiMAX, WiFi, or DSRC/WAVE. In this paper, the authors apply the named data networking, a newly proposed Internet architecture, to networking vehicles on the run. Their design, V-NDN, illustrates NDN's promising potential to...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    Towards a Scalable Dynamic Spatial Database System

    With the rise of GPS-enabled Smartphones and other similar mobile devices, massive amounts of location data are available. However, no scalable solutions for soft real-time spatial queries on large sets of moving objects have yet emerged. In this paper, the authors explore and measure the limits of actual algorithms and...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Strategic Evaluation of Performance-Cost Trade-Offs in a Multipath TCP Multihoming Context

    Today's mobile terminals have several access network interfaces. In practice, the use of different access technologies is subject to different interconnection costs, and mobile users have preferences on interfaces jointly depending on performance and cost factors. There is therefore an interest in defining "Light" yet rational multipath communication policies less...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Formal Verification of Timed VHDL Programs

    The verification of timed digital circuits is an important issue. These circuits are composed by logical gates, each of them being associated with propagation delays. The analysis of such circuits is necessary to identify critical path and adjust the clock period of the circuit or to determine the stability period...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    URCA: Pulling Out Anomalies by Their Root Causes

    Traffic anomaly detection has received a lot of attention over recent years, but understanding the nature of these anomalies and identifying the flows involved is still a manual task, in most cases. The authors introduce Unsupervised Root Cause Analysis (URCA) which isolates anomalous traffic and classifies alarms with minimal manual...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    On the Optimality of All-to-All Broadcast in k-Ary n-Dimensional Tori

    All-to-all broadcast is a collective communication in a network with the constraint that every node must send to each other certain piece of its data. This paper addresses the problem of optimal all-port all-to-all broadcast in multidimensional tori. The optimality criteria considered are the minimum exchange steps, no duplicated data...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    On the Optimality of All-to-All Broadcast in k-Ary n-Dimensional Tori

    All-to-all broadcast is a collective communication in a network with the constraint that every node must send to each other certain piece of its data. This paper addresses the problem of optimal all-port all-to-all broadcast in multidimensional tori. The optimality criteria considered are the minimum exchange steps, no duplicated data...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Formal Verification of Timed VHDL Programs

    The verification of timed digital circuits is an important issue. These circuits are composed by logical gates, each of them being associated with propagation delays. The analysis of such circuits is necessary to identify critical path and adjust the clock period of the circuit or to determine the stability period...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Vehicular Inter-Networking via Named Data

    In near future, a car will be equipped with a variety of wireless interfaces such as 3G/LTE, WiMAX, WiFi, or DSRC/WAVE. In this paper, the authors apply the named data networking, a newly proposed Internet architecture, to networking vehicles on the run. Their design, V-NDN, illustrates NDN's promising potential to...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // Nov 2013

    Towards a solution avoiding Vendor Lock-in to enable Migration Between Cloud Platforms

    The cloud computing paradigm is used by many actors, whether companies or individuals in order to harness the power and agility of remote computing resources. Because they target developers and offer a smooth and easy way to deploy modern enterprise software without dealing with the underlying infrastructure, there is a...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Strategic Evaluation of Performance-Cost Trade-Offs in a Multipath TCP Multihoming Context

    Today's mobile terminals have several access network interfaces. In practice, the use of different access technologies is subject to different interconnection costs, and mobile users have preferences on interfaces jointly depending on performance and cost factors. There is therefore an interest in defining "Light" yet rational multipath communication policies less...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    Towards a Scalable Dynamic Spatial Database System

    With the rise of GPS-enabled Smartphones and other similar mobile devices, massive amounts of location data are available. However, no scalable solutions for soft real-time spatial queries on large sets of moving objects have yet emerged. In this paper, the authors explore and measure the limits of actual algorithms and...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    URCA: Pulling Out Anomalies by Their Root Causes

    Traffic anomaly detection has received a lot of attention over recent years, but understanding the nature of these anomalies and identifying the flows involved is still a manual task, in most cases. The authors introduce Unsupervised Root Cause Analysis (URCA) which isolates anomalous traffic and classifies alarms with minimal manual...

    Provided By Universite Paul Verlaine - Metz