Chung-Ta King

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A critical issue in peer-to-peer (P2P) streaming systems is to find a peer that can provide required streaming data (eligibility determination) with good quality (quality optimization) to a given peer. For P2P on-demand streaming systems that fetch data directly from the streaming buffer of the supplying peer, e.g. buffer chaining, the content of the(More)
MICA is a new-generation simulation environment, which provides complete simulation facilities for simulating distributed shared memory (DSM) multiprocessors. It runs on the inexpensive Linux-based PCs. MICA uses application traces as inputs and provides a core scheduler and memory and interconnect interfaces. A rich set of synchronization algorithms and(More)
Switch allocation is a critical pipeline stage in the router of an Network-on-Chip (NoC), in which flits in the input ports of the router are assigned to the output ports for forwarding. This allocation is in essence a matching between the input requests and output port resources. Efficient router designs strive to maximize the matching. Previous research(More)
Multicast is an important collective communication in scalable parallel computers. One efficient scheme to perform multicast is multidestination messaging[8]. In multidestination messaging, destination nodes of a multicast are partitioned into disjoint groups. Nodes in each group are reached with a multidestination message that conforms to the base routing(More)
Summary form only given. In mobile agent research, agent-to-agent (A2A) communication often relies on an infrastructure of the discovery server to resolve the location of the agents. This not only induces overhead on managing, maintaining and deploying these discovery servers, but also complicates the development of agent applications. While considering(More)