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It is commonly recognized that today's Internet routing and addressing system is facing serious scaling problems, which are mainly caused by the overloading of IP address semantics. That is, an IP address represents not only the location but also the identity of a host. To address this problem, several recent schemes propose to replace the IP namespace in(More)
We previously identified and characterized a novel p53-regulated gene in mouse prostate cancer cells that was homologous to a human gene that had been identified in brain cancers and termed RTVP-1 or GLIPR. In this report, we document that the human RTVP-1 gene is also regulated by p53 and induces apoptosis in human prostate cancer cell lines. We show that(More)
The current Internet was originally designed for ‘‘fixed” terminals and can hardly support mobility. It is necessary to develop new mobility management schemes for the future Internet. This paper proposes an Identifiers Separating and Mapping Scheme (ISMS), which is a candidate for the future Internet mobility management, and discusses the basic principles(More)
The correlation between liver stiffness (LS), measured by ultrasonic transient elastometry (FibroScan), and the presence and severity of esophageal varices (EV) in patients with viral cirrhosis of the liver has not been well documented to date. The study described here investigated the value of using FibroScan to predict EV. Patients with cirrhosis (200(More)
Identifier/locator separation is a promising solution to the current Internet scaling problems. In this article, we argue that identifier/location separation can also help prevent distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. We discuss an identifier-to-locator mapping approach and explain how the approach makes it difficult for attackers to control(More)
Future wireless Internet is expected to consist of various heterogeneous wireless access networks with different properties to support different type of services. In order to improve the accuracy of the vertical handover decision for such heterogeneous networks, this paper proposes an adaptive multi-criteria vertical handover framework. This framework(More)
Mobile multicast becomes a research hotspot with the development of wireless and mobile technologies, and it is based on the traditional multicast protocols and mobility management protocols to provide the multicast services for mobile subscribers. Several mobile multicast methods were proposed in the past few years, but most of them are based on the Mobile(More)
Segment protection has been recognized as an efficient way to avoid “traps” in survivable WDM mesh network. In this article, we present some insights on this kind of protection. We first prove the correctness of segment protection used for avoiding traps. We then investigate the effect of the number of segments on the blocking performance in several typical(More)