SEQUENTIAL HASHING: A FLEXIBLE APPROACH FOR UNVEILING SIGNIFICANT PATTERNS IN HIGH SPEED NETWORKS

  • Bu T.
  • Cao J.
  • Chen A.

Identification of significant patterns in network traffic, such as IPs or flows that contribute large volume (heavy hitters) or those that introduce large changes of volume (heavy changers), has many applications in accounting and network anomaly detection. As network speed and the number of flows grow rapidly, identifying heavy hitters/changers ...

A 20-GS/S 5-B SIGE ADC FOR 40-GB/S COHERENT OPTICAL LINKS

  • Jaesic L
  • Weiner J.
  • Young-Kai C

A 10-GBd 40-Gb/s coherent optical transport is a promising technology for higher data rate communications by virtue of improved sensitivity and high spectrum efficiency. One of the major challenges in designing a 40-Gb/s coherent quadrature-phase-shift-keying receiver is to achieve high-speed data conversion at around 20-GHz sampling rate with at least ...

AUTOMATIC ORCHESTRATION OF WEB SERVICES THROUGH SEMANTIC ANNOTATIONS

  • Larvet P.

A new service can be developed as an orchestrated composition of existing web services. This paper describes an original process to automate the composition of semantic web services, by processing their "semantic tags". These tags can be extracted from the WSDL descriptions of the services and inserted into a light ...

GENERALIZED QUANTUM HALL PROJECTION HAMILTONIANS

  • Simon S.

Certain well known quantum Hall states-including the Laughlin states, the Moore-Read Pfaffian, and the Read-Rezayi Parafermion states-can be defined as the unique lowest degree symmetric analytic function that vanishes as at least p powers as some number (g+1) of particles approach the same point. Analogously, these same quantum Hall states ...

CONSTRUCTION OF A PAIRED WAVE FUNCTION FOR SPINLESS ELECTRONS AT FILLING FRACTION NU=2/5

  • Berdnikov I.
  • Simon S.

We construct a wave function, generalizing the well-known Moore-Read Pfaffian, that describes spinless electrons at filling fraction nu=2/5 (or bosons at filling fraction nu=2/3) as the ground state of a very simple three body potential. We find, analogous to the Pfaffian, that when quasiholes are added there is a ground ...

MODELING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ALGAINAS AND RELATED MATERIALS USING SELECTIVE AREA GROWTH BY METAL-ORGANIC VAPOR-PHASE EPITAXY

  • Cuisin M-C
  • Decobert J.
  • Dupuis N.
  • Kazmierski C.
  • Lagay N.
  • Poingt F.

Thicknesses and compositions of AlGaInAs-based layers grown by low-pressure metal-organic vapor-phase epitaxy (LP-MOVPE) in the regime of selective area growth (SAG) have been measured and calculated. In this study, we have grown InAs, GaAs and AlAs binary bulk layers on patterned InAs and GaAs substrates, respectively, in order to assess ...

MODELING AND DESIGN OF WDM OPTICAL BUFFERS IN ASYNCHRONOUS AND VARIABLE-LENGTH OPTICAL PACKET SWITCHES

  • Ma X

This paper aims to analyze the influence of wavelength conversion on the design of optical fiber delay line (FDL) buffers in a wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) packet switch. We focus on the network scenario that variable-length packets arrive at the optical switch asynchronously. Through a detailed analysis of the behaviors of ...

Wireless technology issue overview

  • Peterson J.
  • Tarallo J.

Packet evolution of the CDMA2000*-1x CDMA system

  • Donahue C.
  • Hruska G.
  • Jones J.
  • Lichter J.

The UMTS base station router

  • Bauer M.
  • Bosch P.
  • Khrais N.
  • Samuel L.

QoS control for streaming service in UMTS networks

  • Chou C.
  • Khrais N.
  • Putman T.
  • Wang Y.

Enabling wireless VoIP

  • Lee M.
  • Mcgowan J.
  • Recchione M.