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Caching strategies based on popularity prediction in content delivery networks
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In Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), knowing the popularity of video content helps the manager to take efficient decisions about which video content should be cached near the end users and also about the duplication degree of each video. Expand
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Analysis of deadline assignment methods in distributed real-time systems
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The deadline assignment problem arises in distributed systems where each subtask composing a distributed task must receive a local deadline such that the task end-to-end deadline is met. Expand
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Virtual circuit allocation with QoS guarantees in the ECOFRAME optical ring
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We present the ECOFRAME metro ring network and how we can provide virtual circuit emulation with QoS guarantee at a subwavelegth level. Expand
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Expert-based on-line learning and prediction in Content Delivery Networks
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We introduce a decision maker, called a forecaster, that predicts the popularity based on the predictions of several experts. Expand
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On-line learning and prediction of link quality in wireless sensor networks
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We use machine learning methods to predict the short term evolution of link quality, in order to switch the data transmission on a better quality link. Expand
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Comparative Analysis of Channel Models for Industrial IoT Wireless Communication
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In the industrial environments of the future, robots, sensors, and other industrial devices will have to communicate autonomously and in a robust and efficient manner with each other, relying on a large extent on wireless communication links, which will expand and supplement the existing wired/Ethernet connections. Expand
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Popularity prediction in content delivery networks
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We present a self-learning and prediction method able to predict the number of solicitation individually for each video content in a CDN. Expand
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A solution for a deterministic QoS in multimedia systems
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Popularity prediction–based caching in content delivery networks
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We use real traces extracted from YouTube to compare different prediction methods and determine the best parameter tuning for experts and forecasters to predict the daily number of requests. Expand
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Cache management using temporal pattern based solicitation for content delivery
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We propose a novel content caching scheme referred as “Cache Management using Temporal Pattern based Solicitation” (CMTPS), to further minimize both service delays and load in the network for Video on Demand (VoD) applications. Expand
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