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On the capacity of multihop wireless networks: Fundamental limitations and efficient algorithms
Wireless networks are rapidly becoming a major component of the modern communications infrastructure competing with wireline networking. The and of this thesis is to study the capacity, fundamental limitations, and the ...
Passivity preserving model reduction in the context of spectral zero interpolation
This thesis presents a new passivity preserving model reduction method for circuit simulation, based on interpolation of dominant spectral zeros. Implemented as an eigenvalue approximation problem, the dominant spectral ...
Conflict -aware replication for dynamic content Web sites
Conflict-aware replication is a novel lazy replication technique for scaling the back-end database of a dynamic content web server using a cluster of commodity computers. This technique provides both throughput scaling and ...
Acumen: An environment for rapid prototyping of Cyber-Physical Systems
Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) combine discrete and continuous physical processes. Developing a new cyber-physical system is an iterative process that involves design, simulation, prototyping, and production. Writing simulation ...
Efficient virtualization of network interfaces without sacrificing safety and transparency
In modern day data centers economics is motivating server consolidation. Today, machine virtualization is being widely used to implement server consolidation. While great strides have been made in efficient virtualization ...
Compiler support for work-stealing parallel runtime systems
Multiple programming models are emerging to address an increased need for dynamic task parallelism in applications for multicore processors and shared-address-space parallel computing. Examples include OpenMP 3.0, Java ...