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Over the past two or three years, wireless cellular networks have become faster than before, most notably due to the deployment of LTE, HSPA+, and other similar networks. LTE throughputs can reach many megabits per second and can even rival WiFi throughputs in some locations. This paper addresses a fundamental question confronting transport and(More)
Cloud computing infrastructures are increasingly being used by network-intensive applications that transfer significant amounts of data between the nodes on which they run. This paper shows that tenants can do a better job placing applications by understanding the underlying cloud network as well as the demands of the applications. To do so, tenants must be(More)
The 3G/LTE wireless interface is a significant contributor to battery drain on mobile devices. A large portion of the energy is consumed by unnecessarily keeping the mobile device's radio in its "Active" mode even when there is no traffic. This paper describes the design of methods to reduce this portion of energy consumption by learning the traffic(More)
Mobile devices come with an assortment of networks: WiFi in two different frequency bands, each of which can run in infrastructure-mode, WiFi-Direct mode, or ad hoc mode; cellular radios, which can run in LTE/4G, 3G, or EDGE modes; and Bluetooth. But how should an app choose which network to use? There is no systematic solution to this problem today: in(More)
Excerpted from "Glimpse: Continuous, Real-Time Object Recognition on Mobile Devices" from Proceedings of the 13th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems with permission. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2809695.2809711 © ACM 2015. Glimpse is a continuous, real-time object recognition system for camera-equipped mobile devices. Glimpse captures(More)
A significant and growing number of applications deployed on cloud infrastructures are network-intensive. These applications are frequently bottlenecked by the speed of network connections between the machines on which they are deployed. Due to the complexity and size of cloud networks, such applications often run slowly or have unpredictable completion(More)
In gastric cancer (GC), the main subtypes (diffuse and intestinal types) differ in pathological characteristics, with diffuse GC exhibiting early disseminative and invasive behaviour. A distinctive feature of diffuse GC is loss of intercellular adhesion. Although widely attributed to mutations in the CDH1 gene encoding E-cadherin, a significant percentage(More)