Gordon Springer

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There is a new trend emerging across university campuses to deploy Science DMZs (demilitarized zones) to support science drivers that involve for e.g., data-intensive applications needing access to remote instrumentation or public cloud resources. Using advanced technologies such as “multi-domain” software-defined networking, zero-copy RDMA(More)
Multi-domain network monitoring systems based on active measurements are being widely deployed in high-performance computing and other communities that support large-scale data transfers. Security mechanisms such as policy-driven access to related federated Network Performance Monitoring (NPM) services are important to protect measurement resources and(More)
Twenty-four different glycoproteins were investigated for their ability to inhibit hemagglutination by the A/PRS and the B/Md influenza virus strains. A relationship between activity, the molecular size, and sialic acid content was found. This relationship was readily shown for the A/PR8 virus if the properties of the glycoproteins were compared with one(More)
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