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Hosts providing important network services such as HTTP and FTP incur a per-connection memory load from TCP that can adversely affect their connection rate and throughput. The memory requirement is directly tied to the number of connections; caching and other sharing methods will not alleviate it. We have observed HTTP throughput reductions of as much as(More)
In this paper, we present some new existence and uniqueness results for nonlinear fractional differential equations with a kind of general irregular boundary condition in Banach space by using a fixed-point theorem and contraction mapping principle. Moreover, the boundary condition is extended, therefore, some conclusions from other references are special(More)
  • Ge Guo, Wei Yue
  • 2014
This paper investigates sampled-data cooperative adaptive cruise control (CACC) of vehicles with sensor failures. A novel switched sampled-data CACC system model is established, in which the effect of sensor failure is involved. Based on the new model, a design method of state feedback controllers that can robustly stabilize the CACC system is presented via(More)
Multiresolution tree-structured models prove to be attractive for dealing with large amounts of spatial data. With the multiresolution tree structure, a change-of-resolution Kalman filter algorithm has been devised to predict spatial processes in a computationally efficient manner (see, e.g., Huang and Cressie, 1997, Huang et al., 2002). In this article, we(More)
The numerical solution of a variable-order fractional financial system is calculated by using the Adams-Bashforth-Moulton method. The derivative is defined in the Caputo variable-order fractional sense. Numerical examples show that the Adams-Bashforth-Moulton method can be applied to solve such variable-order fractional differential equations simply and(More)