Taisheng Chang

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Several serial storage interfaces have been proposed for constructing storage systems with high transfer bandwidth, large storage capacity, and fault tolerance feature. Among them, Serial Storage Architecture (SSA) and Fibre Channel-Arbitrated Loop (FC-AL) are considered as the next generation storage interfaces with broad industry support. Both(More)
Two emerging serial storage interfaces, Serial Storage Architecture (SSA) and Fibre Channel-Arbitrated Loop (FC-AL) are studied in this paper. The advantages of these two emerging standards include (1) simple cabling system (serial instead of parallel), (2) higher bandwidth, (3) capable of connecting a large number (more than one hundred) of disks, (4)(More)
The system response to accidental islanding and effect on anti-islanding detection of distribution feeders with multiple distributed generation (DG) technologies (synchronous machine and inverterbased units) is one major utility concern associated with increasing penetration of DG. Studies have been conducted to evaluate the performance of anti-islanding(More)
Division for numerous discussions on the details of SSA. We also would like to thank Cort Fergusson, Mike Miller and Jim Coomes at Seagate Technology for providing us valuable information on FC-AL. The trace data used in our study was provided by William Glantz at IBM Rochester. Without their assistance, we have no way to complete our study. Abstract Two(More)
Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks (RAID) is often used to provide a fault tolerance capability for disk failures in database systems. An eecient implementation of small writes is the most important issue to achieve high throughput because most of writes in databases are small. The traditional RAID implementation requires a RAID controller to construct(More)
Two emerging serial storage interfaces, Serial Storage Architecture (SSA) and Fibre Channel-Arbitrated Loop (FC-AL) are studied in this paper. The advantages of these two emerging standards include (1) simple cabling system (serial instead of parallel), (2) higher bandwidth, (3) capable of connecting a large number (more than one hundred) of disks, (4)(More)
Real-time continuous media traac, such as digital video and audio, is expected to comprise a large percentage of the network load on future high speed packet switch networks such as ATM. A major feature which distinguishes high speed networks from traditional slower speed networks is the large amount of data the network must manage. For eecient network(More)
Better Than SCSI?1 Sangyup Shim, Taisheng Chang, Yuewei Wang, Jenwei Hsieh and David H.C. Du Distributed Multimedia Research Center & Computer Science Department, University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN 55455 fshim, tchang, ywang, hsieh, dug@cs.umn.edu Abstract The existing SCSI parallel bus has been widely used in supporting multimedia applications.(More)
TWO CHIPS ADDRESSING THE CRITICAL operations in graphics generation, hidden surface removal and pixel color assignment, will be described. The first chip is an implementation of a scanline algorithm’ for hidden surface removal using a bus structured architecture. The second is a computational engine used for graphics processing which includes a register(More)
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