Jia Uddin, Emmanuel Oyekanlu, Cheol-Hong Kim, Jong-Myon Kim
The high speed CPU based routers currently in use could not handle the massive data required for real-time multimedia communication. Graphics processing units (GPUs) offer an appreciable alternative due to high computation power which results from their parallel execution units. This paper presents the implementation of the Dijkstra’s link state IP routing algorithm using GPU. […]
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Zhiguang Xu
Mainstream attentions have been brought to the issue of Internet traffic classification due to its political, economic, and legal impacts on appropriate use, pricing, and management of the Internet. Nowadays, both the research and operational communities prefer to classify network traffic through approaches that are based on the statistics of traffic flow features due to […]
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Kamal Chandra Reddy, Ankit Tharwani, Ch.Vamshi Krishna, Lakshminarayanan.V
Firewalls use a rule database to decide which packets will be allowed from one network onto another thereby implementing a security policy. In high-speed networks as the inter-arrival rate of packets decreases, the latency incurred by a firewall increases. In such a scenario, a single firewall become a bottleneck and reduces the overall throughput of […]
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Payam Mahdinia, Mehdi Berenjkoob, Hedayat Vatankhah
Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS) which should perform time-consuming evaluation of every packet received from network have faced throughput challenge as a result of the increase in the speed of network communications and the high volume of Internet threats. In an NIDS, the most important and time-consuming processes are pattern matching and deep inspection of […]
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Xin Yao, Yaping Lin, Gang Wang, Guoliang Hu
As the fiber propagation velocity grows and the routing scale expands, IP lookup speed becomes the major bottleneck of high-performance network. Its efficiency directly determines the throughput of the entire routing channel. Recently, Graphics Processing Units (GPUs), highly parallel, flexibility for program and low price, is widely adopted in different areas including software router. In […]
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Lazaros Koromilas
Network traffic processing is necessary in order to develop active components in the infrastructure of the network, such as routers, or passive applications, such as network intrusion detection systems. However, in today’s high-speed network links this has become a very challenging task in terms of computational resources. Custom hardware appliances that can handle high packet […]
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Alastair Nottingham
This thesis explores the design and experimental implementation of GPF, a novel protocol-independent, multi-match packet classification framework. This framework is targeted and optimised for flexible, efficient execution on NVIDIA GPU platforms through the CUDA API, but should not be difficult to port to other platforms, such as OpenCL, in the future. GPF was conceived and […]
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Che-Lun Hung, Yaw-Ling Lin, Kuan-Ching Li, Hsiao-Hsi Wang, Shih-Wei Guo
With the rapid growth of network technologies, many new web services have been developed to provide various applications and computing functions. These services rely deeply on the internet. Therefore, packet classification is an important issue of network security that typically adopts a flexible packet filtering system to classify each processed packet. Traditional packet classification requires […]
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Roberto Roverso
In this thesis, we explore the use of a centrally-coordinated peer-to-peer overlay as a possible solution to the live streaming problem. Our contribution lies in showing that such approach is indeed feasible given that a number of key challenges are met. The motivation behind exploring an alternative design is that, although a number of approaches […]
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Sarvani Vakkalanka, Anh Vo, Ganesh Gopalakrishnan, Robert M. Kirby
Increasing the amount of buffering for MPI sends is an effective way to improve the performance of MPI programs. However, for programs containing non-deterministic operations, this can result in new deadlocks or other safety assertion violations. Previous work did not provide any characterization of the space of slack elastic programs: those for which buffering can […]
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Harry Mouchos, Athanasios Tsokanos and Demetres D. Kouvatsos
A review is carried out on the traffic characteristics of an optical carrier’s OC-192 link, based on the IP packet size distribution, traffic burstiness and self-similarity. The generalised exponential (GE) distribution is employed to model the interarrival times of bursty traffic flows of IP packets whilst self-similar traffic is generated for each wavelength of each […]
Hyungwook Park, Paul A. Fishwick
The trend in computing architectures has been toward multi-core central processing units (CPUs) and graphics processing units (GPUs). An affordable and highly parallelizable GPU is practical example of Single Instruction, Multiple Data (SIMD) architectures oriented toward stream processing. While the GPU architectures and languages are fairly easily employed for inherently time-synchronous based simulation models, it […]
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