Michael J. Schultz

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Network administrators lack the tools they need to understand and react to their changing networks. This makes it difficult for them to make informed, timely decisions regarding network management, capacity planning, and security. These challenges will only increase as networks continue to gain in throughput, become more complex, and encrypt more and more(More)
—Network speeds are increasing and processor core counts rise while processor clock rates stagnate. This has led to both packet processing applications distributing their workload over several cores and virtualization of physical systems also using multiple cores. However, these two concepts are at odds with each other as both must take full advantage of(More)
One of the puzzles about the financial crisis of 2008 is why the regulators were so slow to recognize the impending collapse of the financial system. In this paper, we propose a novel account of what happened. We analyze the meeting transcripts of the Federal Reserve's main decision-making body, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), to show that they(More)
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