Mark Neyer

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— This paper addresses the problem of traffic grooming in WDM rings in which all traffic emanates from a single node and all other nodes are destination nodes. This " one-to-many " scenario arises in metropolitan access networks in which one node serves as a " hub " connecting the ring to a larger network as well as in video-on-demand and other multimedia(More)
Microprocessor core counts are on a trajectory such that for many applications the microprocessor will soon be over-provisioned for computation with respect to off-chip communication and memory system capabilities. In the absence of strategies to exploit intra-chip communication, performance of even simple benchmarks is noticeably impacted by co-scheduling(More)
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