GSN06 - CSE
... After getting the frequent sequences, we can
store the sequences only once.
A Generalized Algorithm for Flow Table Optimization
... We allow the programmer to break a single flow table
into multiple sub-tables. To do so, we first create the
FDD for the input table, then convert all edges to
the desired predicate type. Finally, we run BFS from
each node at which we’d like a new table, to a depth
equal to the number of fields in t ...
Pneumatic Compression Pumps for Treatment of Lymphedema and
... central body compartments in which lymphatic drainage should be preserved. Many different pneumatic
compression pumps for treating lymphedema are available, with varying materials, design, degree of pressure,
and complexity. There are three primary types of pumps as follows.
Single-chamber nonprogra ...
SNMP Message Protocol
... SNMP over TCP gives flow and congestion control
for virtually no costs
Originator of a request/response transaction chooses
the transport for one or more complete transactions
SNMP engines can close TCP connections at any
point in time
SNMP engines may revert to SNMP over UDP when
Lossless compression is a class of data compression algorithms that allows the original data to be perfectly reconstructed from the compressed data. By contrast, lossy compression permits reconstruction only of an approximation of the original data, though this usually improves compression rates (and therefore reduces file sizes).Lossless data compression is used in many applications. For example, it is used in the ZIP file format and in the GNU tool gzip. It is also often used as a component within lossy data compression technologies (e.g. lossless mid/side joint stereo preprocessing by the LAME MP3 encoder and other lossy audio encoders).Lossless compression is used in cases where it is important that the original and the decompressed data be identical, or where deviations from the original data could be deleterious. Typical examples are executable programs, text documents, and source code. Some image file formats, like PNG or GIF, use only lossless compression, while others like TIFF and MNG may use either lossless or lossy methods. Lossless audio formats are most often used for archiving or production purposes, while smaller lossy audio files are typically used on portable players and in other cases where storage space is limited or exact replication of the audio is unnecessary.