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Rapier: Integrating routing and scheduling for coflow-aware data center networks
In the data flow models of today's data center applications such as MapReduce, Spark and Dryad, multiple flows can comprise a coflow group semantically. Only completing all flows in a coflow isExpand
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Circulating miR-17-5p and miR-20a: molecular markers for gastric cancer.
Circulating miR-17-5p and miR-20a (miR-17-5p/20a) have been demonstrated to be elevated in the plasma of gastric cancer patients. However, the clinical significance of the circulating levels of theseExpand
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MAGIC: A distributed MAx-Gain In-network Caching strategy in information-centric networks
  • Jing Ren, Wen Qi, +4 authors S. Wang
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Conference on Computer Communications…
  • 8 July 2014
Information centric networks (ICNs) allow content objects to be cached within the network, so as to provide efficient data delivery. Existing works on in-network caches mainly focus on minimizing theExpand
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Towards accurate online traffic matrix estimation in software-defined networks
Traffic matrix measurement provides essential information for network design, operation and management. In today's networks, it is challenging to get accurate and timely traffic matrix due to theExpand
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Dynamic routing and assignment of wavelength algorithms in multifiber wavelength division multiplexing networks
  • S. Xu, L. Li, S. Wang
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
  • 11 October 1999
This paper studies multihop optical networks in which nodes employ wavelength routing switches that enable the establishment of wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) channels, called lightpaths,Expand
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A New Network Availability Algorithm for WDM Optical Networks
As the need of network users for high-availability increase, how to evaluate the network availability justly becomes an on edge problem. Under the dynamic connections, a new network availabilityExpand
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Isolation and comparison of mesenchymal stem-like cells from human gastric cancer and adjacent non-cancerous tissues
  • X. Xu, X. Zhang, +6 authors Wenrong Xu
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology
  • 1 March 2011
PurposeMesenchymal stem cell (MSC)-like cells, a subpopulation of tumor microenvironment, have been isolated from several tumor tissues. In our previous study, we identified MSC-like cells in humanExpand
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All optical interface for parallel, remote, and spatiotemporal control of neuronal activity.
A key technical barrier to furthering our understanding of complex neural networks has been the lack of tools for the simultaneous spatiotemporal control and detection of activity in a large numberExpand
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Enhancing Traffic Engineering Performance and Flow Manageability in Hybrid SDN
Hybrid Software-Defined Networking (HSDN) is a transitional networking form of SDN where SDN elements are partially deployed in traditional networks. Previous researches show that redirecting everyExpand
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Towards Practical and Near-Optimal Coflow Scheduling for Data Center Networks
In current data centers, an application (e.g., MapReduce, Dryad, search platform, etc.) usually generates a group of parallel flows to complete a job. These flows compose a coflow and only completingExpand
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