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    • Dynamic Register Allocation for Network Processors 

      Collins, Ryan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-05-22)
      Network processors are custom high performance embedded processors deployed for a variety of tasks that must operate at high line (Gbits/sec) speeds to prevent packet loss. With the increase in complexity of application ...
    • Dynamic resource allocation for adaptive real-time applications 

      Ivan-Roşu, Daniela (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999-12)
    • Dynamic Resource Allocation for Adaptive Real-Time Applications 

      Ivan-Roşu, Daniela (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999)
      Dynamic resource allocation is a critical component in any system expected to deliver predictable performance while subject to unpredictable workloads. Aiming at improving long-term system performance, previous research ...
    • Dynamic Scheduling for Obstacle Avoidance in Mobile Robots 

      Balch, Tucker; Forbes, Harold C.; Schwan, Karsten (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1993)
      In robotics applications the speed at which a task may be completed is often limited by computation rather than actuator or sensor throughput. This research concerns the efficient threads-based implementation of motor ...
    • Dynamic Window-Constrained Scheduling for Multimedia Applications 

      West, Richard; Schwan, Karsten (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998)
      Advances in network technologies have introduced opportunities for applications such as video conferencing, tele-medicine, and real-time multimedia applications. These applications require strict performance (or quality ...
    • Dynamic, cooperative multi-robot pa trolling with a team of UAVs 

      Pippin, Charles, E.; Christensen, Henrik I.; Weiss, Lora G. (Georgia Institute of TechnologySociety of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), 2013)
      The multi-robot patrolling task has practical relevance in surveillance, search and rescue, and security applications. In this task, a team of robots must repeatedly visit areas in the environment, minimizing the time ...
    • Dynamically Configurable Communication Protocols and Distributed Applications: Motivation and Experience 

      Kravets, Robin H.; Calvert, Kenneth L.; Schwan, Karsten (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996)
      Due to the diverse communication requirements of today's distributed applications, our work has led us in the direction of dynamically configurable protocol systems. This paper motivates the design of a framework ...
    • DYNAMO Design Guidebook 

      McNeely, Corinne; Rugaber, Spencer; Stirewalt, R. E. Kurt; Zook, David (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002)
      The DYNAMO project is concerned with the assembly of components of interactive systems. It includes a design method, described in this guidebook, and a set of tools that support it. The DYNAMO design method starts with ...
    • Early detection of spam-related activity 

      Hao, Shuang (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-11-17)
      Spam, the distribution of unsolicited bulk email, is a big security threat on the Internet. Recent studies show approximately 70-90% of the worldwide email traffic—about 70 billion messages a day—is spam. Spam consumes ...
    • EasyZoom: Zoom-in-Context Views for Exploring Large Collections of Images 

      Chen, Jiajian; Xu, Yan; Turk, Greg; Stasko, John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013)
      Image browsing and searching are some of the most common tasks in daily computer use. Zooming techniques are important for image searching and browsing in a large collection of thumbnail images in a single screen. In this ...
    • The ECho Event Delivery System 

      Eisenhauer, Greg Stephen (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999)
      This paper describes ECho, an event delivery middlware system. ECho is distinguished by efficient and flexible support for event typing and the ability to assign event handlers to specific threads for transparent ...
    • Ecological Robotics: A Schema-Theoretic Approach 

      Arkin, Ronald C.; Cervantes-Pérez, Francisco; Weitzenfeld, Alfredo (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997)
      The goals of this joint U.S.-Mexico research project are threefold: to provide an understanding and means by which fielded robotic systems are not competing with other agents that are more effective at their designated ...
    • Economic mechanisms for dynamic resource partitioning in multi-core process 

      Loh, Gabriel H. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-12-02)
    • Eden: an interactive home network management system 

      Yang, Jeonghwa (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-11-13)
      Networks have expanded from the workplace and scientific labs into the home. Consequently, managing networks is no longer only a job for skilled network administrators, but has also become one for general home users, who ...
    • The Effect of Multicasting and Multiple Media Object Types on Parallel and Merging Storage Strategies 

      Luo, William W.; Long, Sue (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995)
      This paper examines the effect of multicasting and storing multiple media object types on a storage system. We have extended Watkins and Omiecinski's study[2] on the performance of continuous media storage strategies ...
    • Effective and scalable botnet detection in network traffic 

      Zhang, Junjie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-07-03)
      Botnets represent one of the most serious threats against Internet security since they serve as platforms that are responsible for the vast majority of large-scale and coordinated cyber attacks, such as distributed denial ...
    • Effective fault localization techniques for concurrent software 

      Park, Sang Min (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-08-19)
      Multicore and Internet cloud systems have been widely adopted in recent years and have resulted in the increased development of concurrent programs. However, concurrency bugs are still difficult to test and debug for at ...
    • Effective identities for trusted interactions in converged telecommunication systems 

      Balasubramaniyan, Vijay A. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-07-08)
      Telecommunication systems have evolved significantly and the recent convergence of telephony allows users to communicate through landlines, mobile phones and Voice over IP (VoIP) phones. Unfortunately this convergence has ...
    • Effective robot task learning by focusing on task-relevant objects 

      Lee, Kyu Hwa; Lee, Jinhan; Thomaz, Andrea L.; Bobick, Aaron F. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2009-10)
      In a robot learning from demonstration framework involving environments with many objects, one of the key problems is to decide which objects are relevant to a given task. In this paper, we analyze this problem and propose ...
    • Effective Search Strategies for Application-Independent Speedup in UDP Demultiplexing 

      Dixon, Joseph T.; Calvert, Kenneth L. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997)
      We present UDP datagram demultiplexing techniques that can yield potentially substantial application-independent performance gains over BSD-derived UDP implementations. Our demultiplexing strategies exploit local host ...