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A Protocol for Deadlock-Free Dynamic Reconfiguration in High-Speed Local Area Networks
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In this paper, we propose a new deadlock-free distributed reconfiguration protocol that is able to asynchronously update routing tables without stopping user traffic. Expand
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Performance evaluation of dynamic reconfiguration in high-speed local area networks
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We propose a new deadlock-free distributed reconfiguration algorithm that is able to asynchronously update routing tables without stopping user traffic. Expand
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Una Herramienta para la Estimación del Esfuerzo del Estudiante de Grado en Ingeniería Informática
In the framework of new degrees in Computer Science, it is desirable to establish some mechanism to let us collect some information about our students' commitment to our courses. On the subjectExpand
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Evaluation of a subnet management mechanism for InfiniBand networks
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The InfiniBand architecture is a high-performance network technology for the interconnection of processor nodes and I/O devices using a point-to-point switch-based fabric. Expand
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Deadlock-Free Dynamic Network Reconfiguration Based on Close Up*/Down* Graphs
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We propose a new reconfiguration method that supports a virtually unaffected network service at a minor computational cost for up*/down* routed networks. Expand
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Handling Topology Changes in InfiniBand
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We present a detailed performance evaluation of a management mechanism which incorporates all our proposals for the assimilation of a change in the network. Expand
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On the Performance of Up*/Down* Routing
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This paper shows that, for most networks, graphs obtained by means of algorithms based on minimum-depth spanning-trees (MDST) or propagation-order spanning-tree (POST) can be improved in order to achieve higher network performance. Expand
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SensGrid: modeling and simulation for wireless sensor grids
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We have designed and implemented a simulator of systems that integrates sensors and a grid. Expand
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A convex hull-based approximation of forest fire shape with distributed wireless sensor networks
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In this paper we have analyzed some schemes for approximating forest fire shapes with collaborative WSNs working in a completely distributed manner without any base station. Expand
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Range-free localization for air-dropped WSNs by filtering node estimation improvements
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In this paper, we propose to control this overhead by means of avoiding the transmission of certain localization packets. Expand
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