Zhirong Shen

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The increasing expansion of data scale leads to the widespread deployment of storage systems with larger capacity and further induces the climbing probability of data loss or damage. The Maximum Distance Separable (MDS) code in RAID-6, which tolerates the concurrent failures of any two disks with minimal storage requirement, is one of the best candidates to(More)
MOTIVATION Over-represented k-mers in non-coding genomic regions often lead to identification of potential transcriptional regulatory sites (TRS). This phenomenon has been employed by many algorithms to predict TRS in silico. Yet, the improvement of these algorithms should be based on deeper understanding of the enrichment feature. To obtain a general(More)
Erasure coding provides an effective means for storage systems to protect against disk failures with low redundancy. One important objective for erasure-coded storage systems is to speed up single disk failure recovery. Previous approaches reduce the amount of read data for recovery by reading only a small subset of data. However, they often incur high disk(More)
With the increasing amount of personal data stored in public storage, users are losing control of their physical data, putting their data information at risk of theft or being compromised. Traditional secure storage systems either require users to completely trust the storage provider or impose the considerable burden ofmanaging files on file owners; such(More)
How to improve the performance of single failure recovery has been an active research topic because of its prevalence in large-scale storage systems. We argue that when erasure coding is deployed in a cluster file system (CFS), existing single failure recovery designs are limited in different aspects: neglecting the bandwidth diversity property in a CFS(More)
Cloud computing has become an increasingly popular service for data storage and processing. To keep users’ data on the cloud from leaking to unauthorized users, probably including the cloud service providers, the data must be stored in an encrypted form. In the meantime, for data intended for sharing, an efficient access control must be provided. A common(More)
The fast growing of data scale encourages the wide employment of data disks with large storage capacity. However, a mass of data disks' equipment will in turn increase the probability of data loss or damage, because of the appearance of various kinds of disk failures. To ensure the intactness of the hosted data, modern storage systems usually adopt erasure(More)
The increasing expansion of data scale leads to the widespread deployment of storage systems with larger capacity and further induces the climbing probability of data loss or damage. The Maximum Distance Separable (MDS) code in RAID-6, which tolerates the concurrent failures of any two disks with minimal storage requirement, is one of the best candidates to(More)