Gordon T. Davis

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Deep packet processing is migrating to the edges of service provider networks to simplify and speed up core functions. On the other hand, the cores of such networks are migrating to the switching of high-speed traffic aggregates. As a result, more services will have to be performed at the edges, on behalf of both the core and the end users. Associated(More)
Deep packet processing is migrating to the edges of service provider networks to simplify and speed up core functions. On the other hand, the cores of such networks are migrating to the switching of high-speed traffic aggregates. As a result, more services will have to be performed at the edges, on behalf of both the core and the end users. Associated(More)
Molecular makers linked to quantitative trait loci (QTL) can assist soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] breeders to combine traits of low heritability, such as yield, with disease resistance. The objective of this study was to identify markers linked to yield QTL in two recombinant inbred line (RIL) populations ['Essex' x 'Forrest' (ExF; n = 100) and 'Flyer' x(More)
BACKGROUND Pharmacogenetics involves complex interactions of gene products affecting pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics, but there is little information on the interaction of multiple genetic modifiers of drug response. Bucindolol is a β-blocker/sympatholytic agent whose efficacy is modulated by polymorphisms in the primary target (β(1) adrenergic(More)
This paper reports the results of an exploratory study that investigated expert and novice debugging processes with the aim of contributing to a general theory of programming expertise. The method used was verbal protocol analysis. Data was collected from sixteen programmers employed by the same organization. First, an expert-novice classification of(More)
The field of Software Engineering has undergone some of the most profound changes in the last decade. In recent years, the National ACM Conferences have been giving increasing attention to Software Engineering—“Structured Program Planning and Design: Standardization Needs” (ACM '79 - Detroit) and “ More on Structured Design”(More)
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