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Current network infrastructures exhibit poor power efficiency, running network devices at full capacity all the time regardless of the traffic demand and distribution over the network. Most research on router power management are at component level or link level, treating routers as isolated devices. A complementary approach is to facilitate power(More)
—The common objective of network traffic engineering is to minimize the maximal link utilization in a network in order to accommodate more traffic and reduce the chance of congestion. Traditionally this is done by either optimizing OSPF link weights or using MPLS tunnels to direct traffic. However, they both have problems: OSPF weight optimization triggers(More)
Radiation therapy is the most widely used and effective treatment for orbital tumors, but it causes dry eye due to lacrimal gland damage. Induced pluripotent stem cell-derived conditioned medium (iPSC-CM) has been shown to rescue different types of tissue damage. The present study investigated the mechanism of the potential radioprotective effect of IPS(More)
—False routing announcements are a serious security problem, which can lead to widespread service disruptions in the Internet. A number of detection systems have been proposed and implemented recently, however, it takes time to detect attacks, notify operators, and stop false announcements. Thus detection systems should be complemented by a mitigation(More)
As the network infrastructure has been consuming more and more power, various schemes have been proposed to improve the power efficiency of network devices. Many schemes put links to sleep when idle and wake them up when needed. A presumption in these schemes, though, is that router's line cards can be waken up very quickly. However, through systematic(More)
Radiotherapy‑induced lacrimal gland injury is a serious clinical problem currently lacking satisfactory therapeutic strategies. Exploring the mechanisms underlying secondary injuries caused by radiation may aid in the development of novel targeted medicine. In the current study, growth arrest and DNA damage‑inducible 45 α (Gadd45a), a gene which is(More)
OBJECTIVE To establish a radiation-injured model of lacrimal gland in mice and explore its pathophysiology. METHOD Experimental research. According to the random number table, 50 healthy mice were divided into five groups:one control group (n = 10) and four experimental groups (n = 40). The experimental mice (n = 40) were exposed to different dosages of(More)
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