Lailong Luo

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In large-scale data centers, many servers are interconnected via a dedicated networking structure, so as to satisfy specific design goals, such as the low equipment cost, the high network capacity, and the incremental expansion. The topological properties of a networking structure are critical factors that dominate the performance of the entire data center.(More)
Set synchronization is an essential job for distributed applications. In many cases, given two sets <inline-formula> <tex-math notation="LaTeX">$A$ </tex-math></inline-formula> and <inline-formula> <tex-math notation="LaTeX">$B$ </tex-math></inline-formula>, applications need to identify those elements that appear in set <inline-formula> <tex-math(More)
Recent results have made a promising case for offering oversubscribed wired data center networks (DCN) with extreme costs. Inter-rack wireless networks are drawing intensive attention to augment such wired DCNs with a few wireless links. Inspired by the promise of easy deployment and plug-and-play, we present VLCcube, a novel inter-rack wireless solution(More)
Recent structured Peer-to-Peer (P2P) systems can't be simply applied to grid information services, because grid resources need to be registered and searched using multiple attributes. This paper proposes a multi-attribute addressable DHT (MAA-DHT) for grid information services. It uses hypercube as its logical graph and provides a new resource placement(More)
Dynamic flows may lead to congestion, deadlock, packet loss and forwarding loops in a dedicated network. The update process is sensitive to the steps it took. Given the initial and final states of traffic distribution, diverse update strategies will generate unpredictable results, not to mention the unknown final state situations. Currently, most methods(More)
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