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A barrier certificate is an inductive invariant function which can be used for the safety verification of a hybrid system. Safety verification based on barrier certificate has the benefit of avoiding explicit computation of the exact reachable set which is usually intractable for nonlinear hybrid systems. In this paper, we propose a new barrier certificate(More)
A new frequency-domain analysis framework for nonlinear time-varying systems is introduced based on parametric time-varying nonlinear autoregressive with exogenous input models. It is shown how the time-varying effects can be mapped to the generalized frequency response functions (FRFs) to track nonlinear features in frequency, such as intermodulation and(More)
In this paper, a novel packet classification scheme optimized for multi-core network processors is proposed. The algorithm, Explicit Cuttings (ExpCuts), adopts a hierarchical space aggregation technique to significantly reduce the memory usage. Consequently, without burst of memory usages, the time-consuming linear search in the conventional decision-tree(More)
Feature fusion has been proven effective in image search and related tasks. Typically, it is assumed that for a given query, a to-be-fused feature works well when used alone and is complementary to existing features. Then, it is expected that a higher search accuracy can be achieved. However, in realistic settings, the problem is that one does not(More)
There is a growing interest in designing high-performance network devices to perform packet processing at flow level. Applications such as stateful access control, deep inspection and flow-based load balancing all require efficient flow-level packet processing. In this paper, we present a design of high-performance flow-level packet processing system based(More)
Recently, some new characteristics of complex networks attract the attentions of scientists in different fields, and lead to many kinds of emerging research directions. So far, most of the research work has been limited in discovery of complex network characteristics by structure analysis in large-scale software systems. This paper presents the theoretical(More)
The publish-subscribe architectural style has recently emerged as a promising approach to tackle the dynamism of modern distributed applications. The correctness of these applications does not only depend on the behavior of each component in isolation, but the interactions among components and the delivery infrastructure play key roles. This paper presents(More)