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Most single-packet IP trace back approaches that have been proposed demand routers to log the packet digests to trace back, which lead to the linear growth of the storage overhead as the forwarded packets are increasing. This paper proposes a novel single-packet IP trace back approach based on the routing path to alleviate the burden of routers. Our(More)
The dilithium complex of N,N'-bis(2,6-diisopropylphenyl)-o-phenylenediamide, [Li2L(thf)3], reacts with TaMe3Cl2 in THF/Et2O to yield [Li(Et2O)(thf)LTaMe3Cl] in which the phenylene backbone of (2-) is bound η(4) to the Ta centre. This dinuclear species reacts with MeLi to yield the tetramethyltantalum complex [Li(Et2O)(thf)LTaMe4]. Double deprotonation of(More)
In this paper, we bring various speculative scheduling strategies together under a unifying optimization framework, which defines a new metric, Probability of Completion before Deadlines (PoCD), to measure the probability that MapReduce jobs meet their desired deadlines. We propose an optimization problem to jointly optimize PoCD and execution cost in(More)
As demands for cloud-based data processing continue to grow, cloud providers seek effective techniques that deliver value to the business without violating Service Level Agreements (SLAs). Cloud right-sizing has emerged as a very promising technique for making cloud services more cost-effective. In this paper, we present CRED, a novel framework for cloud(More)
The Lewis acids Ga(C6F5)3, In(C6F5)3 and Ga(C6Cl5)3 are prepared and their Lewis acidity has been probed experimentally and computationally. The species Ga(C6F5)3 and In(C6F5)3 in conjunction with phosphine donors are shown to heterolytically split H2 and catalyse the hydrogenation of an imine. In addition, frustrated Lewis pairs (FLPs) derived from(More)
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