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Lena Oden, Holger Froning, Franz-Joseph Pfreundt
Due to their massive parallelism and high performance per watt GPUs gain high popularity in high performance computing and are a strong candidate for future exacscale systems. But communication and data transfer in GPU accelerated systems remain a challenging problem. Since the GPU normally is not able to control a network device, today a hybrid-programming […]
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Mohammad Zubair Ahmad
The Internet ecosystem comprising of thousands of Autonomous Systems (ASes) now include Internet eXchange Points (IXPs) as another critical component in the infrastructure. Peering plays a significant part in driving the economic growth of ASes and is contributing to a variety of structural changes in the Internet. IXPs are a primary component of this peering […]
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Aakriti Gupta
Betweenness centrality is an important metric in the study of network analysis. This report discusses the problem of exact computation of betweenness cenrality index in network analysis. BC is an important metric in small world network analysis which is expensive to compute. A new strategy is presented to parallelize the best known serial algorithm for […]
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Yi Wang, Yuan Zu, Ting Zhang, Kunyang Peng, Qunfeng Dong, Bin Liu, Wei Meng, Huichen Dai, Xin Tian, Zhonghu Xu, Hao Wu, Di Yang
This paper studies the name lookup issue with longest prefix matching, which is widely used in URL filtering, content routing/switching, etc. Recently Content-Centric Networking (CCN) has been proposed as a clean slate future Internet architecture to naturally fit the contentcentric property of today’s Internet usage: instead of addressing end hosts, the Internet should operate based […]
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Priya Sundaresan, Sripriya Venkateshprasad, Yamini Muralitharan, Ranjani Parthasarathi
With the growing internet traffic and complexity of packet processing task, the throughput of routers is affected. Also modern routers need to provide additional services like security, QOS which further adds to the complexity. These issues can be addressed with the massive parallel computing capability of graphic processors. In this paper, we offload two of […]
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Sangpil Lee, Won W. Ro
Network coding, a well-known technique for optimizing data-flow in wired and wireless network systems, has attracted considerable attention in various fields. However, the decoding complexity in network coding becomes a major performance bottleneck in the practical network systems; thus, several researches have been conducted for improving the decoding performance in network coding. Nevertheless, previously proposed […]
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Leonid Djinevski, Sonja Filiposka, Dimitar Trajanov
In this paper we discuss the possibilities for parallel implementations of network simulators. Specifically we investigate the options for porting parts of the simulator on GPU in order to utilize its resources and obtain faster simulations. We discuss few issues which are unsuitable for the GPU architecture, and we propose a possible work around for […]
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Robert Caiming Qiu, Zhen Hu, Zhe Chen, Nan Guo, Raghuram Ranganathan, Shujie Hou, Gang Zheng
This paper systematically investigates the novel idea of applying the next generation wireless technology, cognitive radio network, for the smart grid. In particular, system architecture, algorithms, and hardware testbed are studied. A microgrid testbed supporting both power flow and information flow is also proposed. Control strategies and security considerations are discussed. Furthermore, the concept of […]
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Massimo Becker
Massively parallel programming is an increasingly growing field with the recent introduction of general purpose GPU computing. Modern graphics processors from NVidia and AMD have massively parallel architectures that can be used for 3D ren-dering, financial analysis, physics simulations, and biomedical analysis. These mas-sively parallel systems are exposed to programmers through interfaces such as NVidias […]
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Marc Sune Clos
During the last years the computer networks have become an important part of our society. Networks have kept growing in size and complexity, making more complex its management and traffic monitoring and analysis processes, due to the huge amount of data and calculations involved. In the last decade, several researchers found effective to use graphics […]
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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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Xiaonan Ji, Spencer Davis, Erikson Hardesty, Xu Liang, Sabuj Saha, Hai Jiang
The modern CPU has been designed to accelerate serial processing as much as possible. Recently, GPUs have been exploited to solve large parallelizable problems. As fast as a GPU is for general purpose massively parallel computing, some problems require an even larger scale of parallelism and pipelining. However, it has been difficult to scale algorithms […]
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