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Neighborhood based fast graph search in large networks
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We propose a neighborhood-based similarity measure that could avoid costly graph isomorphism and edit distance computation and find high-quality matches in large social and information networks. Expand
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Workload characterization and prediction in the cloud: A multiple time series approach
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We introduce a new method of characterizing and predicting workload in a cloud environment, when complete application configurations on customers’ VMs are unavailable to the cloud providers. Expand
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Container and Microservice Driven Design for Cloud Infrastructure DevOps
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We redesign OpenStack deployment architecture to enable dynamic service registration and discovery, explore different ways to manage service state in containers, and enable containers to access the host kernel and devices. Expand
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Efficient ticket routing by resolution sequence mining
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In this paper, we address the possibility of improving ticket routing efficiency by mining ticket resolution sequences alone, without accessing ticket content. Expand
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How to Select a Good Alternate Path in Large Peer-to-Peer Systems?
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This paper investigates the problem of alternate path selection in a large peer-to-peer environment. Expand
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Improving VoIP quality through path switching
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We evaluate the effectiveness and benefits of path switching in improving the quality of VoIP applications, and demonstrate its feasibility through the design and implementation of a prototype gateway. Expand
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Real-Time Monitoring of Video Quality in IP Networks
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This paper investigates the problem of assessing the quality of video transmitted over IP networks. Expand
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Generative models for ticket resolution in expert networks
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We present a unified generative model, the Optimized Network Model (ONM), that characterizes the lifecycle of a ticket, using both the content and the routing sequence of the ticket. Expand
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Simulation of Acid-base Condition and Copper Speciation in the Fish Gill Microenvironment
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PH, alkalinity, and mucus content in the fish gill microenvironment of carp (Cyprinus carpio) were measured by exposing fish to copper at various water pH levels using an apparatus which separates inspired and expired water. Expand
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Real-time monitoring of video quality in IP networks
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