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Pattern matching in stock time series is an active research area in data mining. We propose a new real-time hybrid pattern-matching algorithm in this paper. The algorithm is based on the Spearman's rank correlation, rule sets and sliding window. The concept of sliding windows enables patterns matching to be performed only based on subsequence of stock data(More)
The performance and operational characteristics of the DNS protocol are of deep interest to the research and network operations community. In this paper, we present measurement results from a unique dataset containing more than 26 billion DNS query-response pairs collected from more than 600 globally distributed recursive DNS resolvers. We use this dataset(More)
Cholinergic agents elicit prominent smooth muscle contractions via stimulation of muscarinic receptors that comprise five distinct subtypes (M1-M5). Although such contractions are important for autonomic organs, the role of each subtype has not been characterized precisely because of the poor selectivity of the currently available muscarinic ligands. Here,(More)
A great deal of previous research was based on the concept of Shannon theory without considering the delay characteristic. However, in reality, different services have different delay constraints. In this paper, two new network selection policies are proposed for heterogeneous wireless communication systems using effective capacity, which incorporate delay(More)
—Content Delivery Network (CDN) and Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) are two popular but independent web technologies, each of which has been well studied individually and independently. This paper provides a systematic study on how these two work together. We examined 20 popular CDN providers and 10,721 of their customer web sites using HTTPS.(More)
—Several attacks on DNS inject forged DNS replies without suppressing the legitimate replies. Current implementations of DNS resolvers are vulnerable to accepting the injected replies if the attacker's reply arrives before the legitimate one. In the case of regular DNS, this behavior allows an attacker to corrupt a victim's interpretation of a name; for(More)
We surveyed the latency of upper DNS hierarchy from 19593 vantage points around the world to investigate the impact of uneven distribution of top level DNS servers on end-user latency. Our findings included: 1) generally top level DNS servers served Internet users efficiently , with median latency 20.26ms for root, 42.64ms for .com/.net, 39.07ms for .org;(More)