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Web video topic discovery and tracking via bipartite graph reinforcement model
A bipartite graph model is proposed that represents the correlation between web videos and their keywords, and automatic topic discovery is achieved through two steps - coarse topic filtering and fine topic re-ranking.
Computing Pool: A Simplified and Practical Computational Grid Model
Analysis proves that computing pool which shares distributed supercomputers but does not decompose applications is a practicable computing platform, which can greatly improve quality of service and utilization of resources.
2002 Performance / Price Sort and PennySort
The paper presents the considerations when the program is customed, and reports its PennySort and Performance / Price Sort results, as well as Datamation Sort and Minute Sort results.
Club theory of the Grid
- Yao Shi, F. Lau, S. Tse, Zhihui Du, Rui-Chun Tang, Sanli Li
- Computer ScienceConcurr. Comput. Pract. Exp.
- 15 December 2006
A quantitative analysis of the quasi‐optimal number of users and amount of each resource by regarding Grid services and resources as club goods and deduce two preliminary results and verify them by experiments using GridFTP.
RAID-M: A high performance RAID Matrix mass storage
- Peng Liu, Sanli Li, F. Lau, Yao Shi, Feng Huang
- Computer ScienceScience in China Series F: Information Sciences
- 1 August 2005
Experiments show that both the sequential read performance and sequential write performance of a RAID-M prototype machine have broken through the limitation of 32 bit/33 MHz PCI bus.
Club theory of the Grid: Research Articles
Based on the economic theory of clubs, this paper gives a quantitative analysis of the quasi-optimal number of users and amount of each resource by regarding Grid services and resources as club goods.
Club Theory of the Grid
This paper makes a quantitative analysis of the quasi-optimal size of the grid by regarding grid services and resources as club goods and uses an experiment involving GridFTP to verify the theory.