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Highly flexible software network functions (NFs) are crucial components to enable multi-tenancy in the clouds. However, software packet processing on a commodity server has limited capacity and induces high latency. While software NFs could scale out using more servers, doing so adds significant cost. This paper focuses on accelerating NFs with programmable(More)
This article presents a new efficient routing architecture based on user identifier protocol (UIP). It decouples the dual roles (identifier and locator) of IP in the existing Internet. A user ID is used to identify the user, whereas one or more than one locator is used to identify the location. The UIP can efficiently support the mobility and multihoming.(More)
This paper describes a new protocol SMP, which supports multimedia transfer for single-user, multiple-device scenarios. Through its novel naming and control/data plane designs, SMP is able to retain the current client and server protocol operations while placing new functions at the proxy. Our initial evaluation has confirmed its viability.
Lead-induced oxidative stress was generated in mice under lead exposure, and the antioxidant activity of chitosan (CS) and its water-soluble derivatives was compared in vivo. The results indicated that there was significant difference (P<0.05) for the biochemical variables of lead-treated groups. After lead exposure, the contents of reduced glutathione(More)
To achieve low TCP flow completion time (FCT) in data center networks (DCNs), it is critical and challenging to rapidly recover loss without adding extra congestion. Therefore, in this paper we propose a novel loss recovery approach FUSO that exploits multi-path diversity in DCN for transport loss recovery. In FUSO, when a multi-path transport sender(More)
In this paper, we present a new transport protocol TSMP, which seeks to support data transfer for the emerging usage paradigm of ”single user, multiple devices” in a TCP compatible manner. Through its novel naming and proxy-based designs, TSMP is able to retain the current client and server protocol operations of the legacy TCP protocol and TCP-based(More)
We report herein a single component Ir photoredox catalyst which is capable of catalyzing the hydrotrifluoromethylation of terminal alkenes and Michael acceptors with sodium triflinate (Langlois reagent) in methanol under irradiation at room temperature. Various synthetically useful functional groups, including ester, amide, ether, aldehyde, sulfone, ketone(More)
The all-solid-state Li-air battery has been fabricated, which is constructed by a lithium foil anode, a NASICON-type solid state electrolyte Li1+xAlyGe2-y(PO4)3 (LAGP) and single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs)/LAGP nanoparticles composite as air electrode. Its electrochemical performance was investigated in air atmosphere. Particularly, this battery(More)
This paper presents field trial results of innovative air interface technologies: sparse code multiple access (SCMA), filtered orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (f-OFDM), and massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO). To confirm the improvement of the promising technologies, the counterparts in long term evolution (LTE) are selected as the(More)
Limited by the small on-chip memory, hardware-based transport typically implements go-back-N loss recovery mechanism, which costs very few memory but is well-known to perform inferior even under small packet loss ratio. We present MELO, an efficient selective retransmission mechanism for hardware-based transport, which consumes only a constant small memory(More)