T. Daniel Wallace

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Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed non-cutaneous neoplasm in men in the United States and the second leading cause of cancer mortality. One in 7 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetime. As a result, monitoring treatment response is of vital importance. The cornerstone of current approaches in monitoring treatment(More)
—Known as multihoming, devices with more than one network interface can enhance their performance capabilities by harnessing unused resources from alternative access networks. Whether it's improved reliability or sheer throughput potential, network devices will benefit from a multihomed framework. Unfortunately, our current means of guaranteeing reliability(More)
Advance reservation is a topic that is rarely discussed within the domain of wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) networks. However, for many emerging applications in the telecommunication and/or grid computing industries, a demand for a high bandwidth communication channel as well as a guarantee on resource availability certainly exists. Such applications(More)
Advance reservation is a topic that is rarely discussed within the domain of wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) networks. However, for many emerging applications in the telecommunication and/or grid computing industries, a demand for a high bandwidth communication channel as well as a guarantee on resource availability certainly exists. Such applications(More)
Even with the technological advances of dose-escalated IMRT with the addition of the latest image guidance technologies, local failures still occur. The combination of MRI-based imaging techniques can yield quantitative information that reflects on the biological properties of prostatic tissues. These techniques provide unique information that can be used(More)
Concurrent multipath transfer (CMT) using the stream control transmission protocol (SCTP) can exploit multihomed devices to enhance data communications. While SCTP is a new transport layer protocol supporting multihomed end-points, CMT provides a framework so that transport layer resources are used efficiently and effectively when sending to the same(More)
This paper proposes a new scheduling algorithm for concurrent multipath transfer (CMT) called the on-demand scheduler (ODS). Unlike previous algorithms, ODS waits for a transmission opportunity before making a scheduling decision. We showed ODS can outperform previous scheduling algorithms for CMT under various network scenarios. Moreover, this paper offers(More)