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  • White Papers // May 2014

    Space Shuffle: A Scalable, Flexible, and High-Bandwidth Data Center Network

    Data center applications require the network to be scalable and bandwidth-rich. Current data center network architectures often use rigid topologies to increase network bandwidth. A major limitation is that they can hardly support incremental network growth. Recent work proposes to use random interconnects to provide growth flexibility. However routing on...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2013

    ChoiceNet: Network Innovation Through Choice

    Computer networks, in particular the Internet, represent essential infrastructure for business, government, military, and personal communication. Several recent trends in technology and network use have pushed the capabilities required of the Internet beyond what can be provided by the currently deployed infrastructure. To address these limitations, the network community has...

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  • White Papers // May 2012

    The View-Update Problem for Indefinite Databases

    This paper introduces and studies a declarative framework for updating views over indefinite databases. An indefinite database is a database with null values that are represented, following the standard database approach, by a single null constant. The paper formalizes views over such databases as indefinite deductive databases, and defines for...

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  • White Papers // May 2011

    Constrained Nonnegative Matrix Factorization for Data Privacy

    The amount of data that is being produced has increased rapidly so has the various data mining methods with the aim of discovering hidden patterns and knowledge in the data. With this has raised the problem of confidential data being disclosed. This paper is an effort to not let those...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Thermal-Aware Scheduling for Peak Temperature Reduction with Stochastic Workloads

    In this paper, the authors proposed a thermal-aware scheduling algorithm for peak temperature reduction with stochastic workloads. The proposed approach consists of two steps. The first step constructs a job sequence based on the mean of the execution time of each job; and the constructed job sequence interleaves the execution...

    Provided By University of Kentuckty

  • White Papers // Feb 2013

    ChoiceNet: Network Innovation Through Choice

    Computer networks, in particular the Internet, represent essential infrastructure for business, government, military, and personal communication. Several recent trends in technology and network use have pushed the capabilities required of the Internet beyond what can be provided by the currently deployed infrastructure. To address these limitations, the network community has...

    Provided By University of Kentuckty

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Constrained Nonnegative Matrix Factorization for Data Privacy

    The amount of data that is being produced has increased rapidly so has the various data mining methods with the aim of discovering hidden patterns and knowledge in the data. With this has raised the problem of confidential data being disclosed. This paper is an effort to not let those...

    Provided By University of Kentuckty

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Thermal-Aware Scheduling for Peak Temperature Reduction with Stochastic Workloads

    In this paper, the authors proposed a thermal-aware scheduling algorithm for peak temperature reduction with stochastic workloads. The proposed approach consists of two steps. The first step constructs a job sequence based on the mean of the execution time of each job; and the constructed job sequence interleaves the execution...

    Provided By University of Kentuckty

  • White Papers // May 2012

    The View-Update Problem for Indefinite Databases

    This paper introduces and studies a declarative framework for updating views over indefinite databases. An indefinite database is a database with null values that are represented, following the standard database approach, by a single null constant. The paper formalizes views over such databases as indefinite deductive databases, and defines for...

    Provided By University of Kentuckty

  • White Papers // May 2014

    Space Shuffle: A Scalable, Flexible, and High-Bandwidth Data Center Network

    Data center applications require the network to be scalable and bandwidth-rich. Current data center network architectures often use rigid topologies to increase network bandwidth. A major limitation is that they can hardly support incremental network growth. Recent work proposes to use random interconnects to provide growth flexibility. However routing on...

    Provided By University of Kentuckty