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Cutting the electric bill for internet-scale systems
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We characterize the variation due to fluctuating electricity prices and argue that existing distributed systems should be able to exploit this variation for significant economic gains by being cognizant of locational computation cost differences. Expand
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Less pain, most of the gain: incrementally deployable ICN
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Information-Centric Networking (ICN) has seen a significant resurgence in recent years. Expand
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A Maximum Likelihood Stereo Algorithm
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A stereo algorithm is presented that optimizes a maximum likelihood cost function. Expand
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Globally Distributed Content Delivery
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Running applications on a globally distributed network of computers provides many of the same advantages as simple content delivery: capacity on demand, cost-effective use of shared resources. Expand
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Efficient content location using interest-based locality in peer-to-peer systems
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We propose a content location solution in which peers loosely organize themselves into an interest-based structure on top of the existing Gnutella network. Expand
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Algorithmic Nuggets in Content Delivery
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This paper "peeks under the covers" at the subsystems that provide the basic functionality of a leading content delivery network. Expand
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The feasibility of supporting large-scale live streaming applications with dynamic application end-points
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In this paper, we study one of the most prominent architectural issues in overlay multicast: the feasibility of supporting large-scale groups using an application end-point architecture. Expand
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R-BGP: Staying Connected in a Connected World
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R-BGP provably guarantees that a domain will not become disconnected from any destination as long as it will have a policy compliant path to that destination. Expand
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A comparison of sorting algorithms for the connection machine CM-2
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Sorting is arguably the most studied problem in computer science, both because it is used as a substep in many applications andbecause it is a simple, combinatorial problem with many interesting and diverse solutions. Expand
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An analysis of live streaming workloads on the internet
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We present a macroscopic analysis of the live streaming workload from a large content delivery network, characterizing popularity, arrival process, session duration, and transport protocol use. Expand
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