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Andrew: a distributed personal computing environment
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The Information Technology Center (ITC), a collaborative effort between IBM and Carnegie-Mellon University, is in the process of creating Andrew, a prototype computing and communication system for universities. Expand
Tuning RED for Web traffic
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We study the effects of RED on the performance of Web browsing with a novel aspect of our work being the use of a user-centric measure of performance: response time for HTTP request-response pairs. Expand
What TCP/IP protocol headers can tell us about the web
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We report the results of a large-scale empirical study of web traffic. Expand
Stochastic models for generating synthetic HTTP source traffic
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New source-level models for aggregated HTTP traffic and a design for their integration with the TCP transport layer are built and validated using two large-scale collections of TCP header traces. Expand
Variability in TCP round-trip times
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We measured and analyzed the variability in round trip times (RTTs) within TCP connections using passive measurement techniques, to examine RTT variability within a TCP connection. Expand
Tmix: a tool for generating realistic TCP application workloads in ns-2
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In order to perform realistic network simulations, one needs a traffic generator that is capable of generating realistic synthetic traffic in a closed-loop fashion that "looks like" traffic found on an actual network. Expand
GPU Scheduling on the NVIDIA TX2: Hidden Details Revealed
TLDR
The push towards fielding autonomous-driving capabilities in vehicles is happening at breakneck speed. Expand
Lightweight active router-queue management for multimedia networking
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We investigate an extension to RED active queue management called Class-Based Thresholds (CBT). Expand
Statistical Clustering of Internet Communication Patterns
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We describe a new methodology for analyzing Internet traffic based on an abstract model of application-level communication and statistical cluster analysis, and argue that this method of analysis can serve as a foundation for building flexible traffic generation tools. Expand
Reconciling the Tension Between Hardware Isolation and Data Sharing in Mixed-Criticality, Multicore Systems
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Recent work involving a mixed-criticality framework called MC2 has shown that, by combining hardware management techniques and criticality-aware task provisioning, capacity loss can be significantly reduced when supporting real-time workloads on multicore platforms. Expand
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