Ami Tavory

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Traditionally, communication networks are composed of routing nodes, which relay and duplicate data. Work in recent years has shown that for the case of multicast, an improvement in both rate and code-construction complexity can be gained by replacing these routing nodes by linear coding nodes. These nodes transmit linear combinations of the inputs(More)
Today's SAN architectures promise unmediated host access to storage (i.e., without going through a server). To achieve this promise, however, we must address several issues and opportunities raised by SANs, including security, scalability and management. Object storage, such as introduced by the NASD work [14], is a means of addressing these issues and(More)
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