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OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to systematically review studies that quantify the high-velocity, low-amplitude (HVLA) spinal thrust, to qualitatively compare the apparatus used and the force-time profiles generated, and to critically appraise studies involving the quantification of thrust as an augmented feedback tool in psychomotor learning. (More)
The predicted prevalence of both Internet of Things (IoT) based devices and the concept of Software Defined Networking (SDN) as a new paradigm in networking, means that consideration is required for how they will interact. Current SDN implementations operate on the principle that on receiving an unrecognised packet, a switch will query a centralised(More)
This paper proposes a dynamic arrival process to represent a typical TCP source in Queueing theory performance modeling. This process utilises a novel time-dependant statistical calculation approach, which modifies and extends the traditional method of modeling and calculating Geo/Geo/1/J (discrete-time M/M/1/J) queues. The main contributions of this paper(More)
With near exponential growth predicted in the number of Internet of Things (IoT) based devices within networked systems there is need of a means of providing their flexible and secure integration. Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a concept that allows for the centralised control and configuration of network devices, and also provides opportunities for(More)
We present three case studies of organizations using a data science competition to answer a pressing question. The first is in education where a nonprofit that creates smart school budgets wanted to automatically tag budget line items. The second is in public health, where a low-cost, nonprofit womens' health care provider wanted to understand the effect of(More)
The complex interactions inherent in mobile, dynamic systems require a representative model of node movement properties. Dynamic systems proposed within industry, particularly in the military domain, have a requirement for dependable communication and include heterogeneous nodes (varying from personal devices, to aircraft with complex sensors). Existing(More)
One of the major challenges of computer system design is the management and conservation of energy while satisfying QoS requirements. This paper considers two methods for reducing energy consumption of the CPU and network interface card by using Dynamic Voltage Scaling (DVS) and Transmission Power Control (TPC) techniques. Moreover, energy fairness is(More)
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