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Modelling approaches for filtration processes with novel submerged capillary modules in membrane bioreactors for wastewater treatment
Membrane bioreactor systems are increasingly applied for municipal wastewater treatment, largely as submerged membrane units with rather low transmembrane pressure difference and feed-sided airExpand
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Transport through (Ga, Mn) As nanoislands: Coulomb blockade and temperature dependence of the conductance
We report on magnetotransport measurements of nanoconstricted (Ga,Mn)As devices showing very large resistance changes that can be controlled by both an electric and a magnetic field. Based on theExpand
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Reduced fouling tendencies of ultrafiltration membranes in wastewater treatment by plasma modification
Abstract Membrane biological reactors (MBRs) have a great future in the treatment of wastewater. MBRs have a smaller foot print when compared to conventional secondary treatment, yet have betterExpand
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Primary care physicians' experiences with case finding for practice-based care management.
OBJECTIVES The identification of patients most likely to benefit from care management programs-case finding-is a crucial determinant of their effectiveness regarding improved health outcomes andExpand
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Tablevisor 2.0: Towards full-featured, scalable and hardware-independent multi table processing
Modern Software Defined Networking (SDN) applications rely on sophisticated packet processing. However, there is a mismatch between control plane requirements and data plane capabilities caused byExpand
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Discrete-Time Modeling of NFV Accelerators that Exploit Batched Processing
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is among the latest network revolutions, bringing flexibility and avoiding network ossification. At the same time, all-software NFV implementations on commodityExpand
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A discrete-time model for optimizing the processing time of virtualized network functions
Abstract The softwarization of networks promises cost savings and better scalability of network functions by moving functionality from specialized devices into commercial off-the-shelf hardware.Expand
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KOMon — Kernel-based Online Monitoring of VNF Packet Processing Times
The ongoing softwarization of networks comes with several advantages like cost efficiency, increased scalability, and better flexibility by migrating functionality from static, application specificExpand
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Estimating the Flow Rule Installation Time of SDN Switches When Facing Control Plane Delay
The software defined networking (SDN) paradigm has numerous benefits for network operators, including cost aspects, flexibility, and programmability. Using the SDN approach of a separated control andExpand
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