Hongqiang Liu

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A multivariate Bayesian spatial modeling approach was used to jointly model the counts of two types of crime, i.e., burglary and non-motor vehicle theft, and explore the geographic pattern of crime risks and relevant risk factors. In contrast to the univariate model, which assumes independence across outcomes, the multivariate approach takes into account(More)
A Bayesian random effects modeling approach was used to examine the influence of neighborhood characteristics on burglary risks in Jianghan District, Wuhan, China. This random effects model is essentially spatial; a spatially structured random effects term and an unstructured random effects term are added to the traditional non-spatial Poisson regression(More)
We present an Internet-scale network topology information (NTI) service named WIND for localizing P2P traffic. Central to WIND are the two simple ideas: 1) obtaining NTI directly from routing infrastructures, and 2) leveraging existing, widely deployed DNS caches for NTI delivery. WIND fulfills the fidelity, flexibility and scalability requirement of an(More)
Broadcatching is a promising mechanism to improve the experience of BitTorrent users by automatically downloading files advertised through RSS feeds. However, though widely used, the mechanism itself has not been well studied. In this paper, we conducted extensive experiments on PlanetLab to evaluate the performance of Broadcatching under different typical(More)
IP multicast originally works in Any Source Multicast (ASM) that comes with great burden and dynamics on the backbone routers and weakness in inter-domain scalability. It also brought serious security and management problems. In contrast, Source-Specific Multicast (SSM) has been recognized as a simple, scalable and secure method, especially in inter-domain(More)
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