CS Store Search
Displaying 1-6 out of 6 total
An Intelligent RAM with Serial I/Os
By Bendik Kleveland,Michael John Miller,Ronald B. David,Jay Patel,Rajesh Chopra,Dipak K. Sikdar,Jeff Kumala,Socrates D. Vamvakos,Mike Morrison,Ming Liu,Jayaprakash Balachandran
Issue Date:November 2013
Memory access rate is a primary performance bottleneck in high-performance networking systems. The MoSys Bandwidth Engine family of integrated circuits provides a significant improvement in effective memory performance by using high-speed serial I/O's, man...
Harnessing many-core processors for scalable, highly efficient, and adaptable firewall solutions
2013 International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC)
By Robert Benner,Victor T. E. Echeverria,Uzoma Onunkwo,Jay Patel,David Zage
Issue Date:January 2013
Many-core processors have become the mainstay of today's computing systems. This fact and their ease of accessibility is now broadening the horizons of computational advances. In this work, we demonstrate the use of many-core processing platforms to provid...
Reverse Engineering Self-Modifying Code: Unpacker Extraction
Reverse Engineering, Working Conference on
By Saumya Debray, Jay Patel
Issue Date:October 2010
An important application of binary-level reverse engineering is in reconstructing the internal logic of computer malware. Most malware code is distributed in encrypted (or
Blutopia: Stackable storage for cluster management
Cluster Computing, IEEE International Conference on
By Fabio Oliveira, Gorka Guardiola, Jay A. Patel, Eric V. Hensbergen
Issue Date:September 2007
The complexity of today’s computer systems poses a challenge to system administrators. Current systems comprise a multitude of inter-related software components running on different servers. In this paper, we propose the use of the stackable storage mechan...
JetStream: Achieving Predictable Gossip Dissemination by Leveraging Social Network Principles
Network Computing and Applications, IEEE International Symposium on
By Jay A. Patel, Indranil Gupta, Noshir Contractor
Issue Date:July 2006
Gossip protocols provide probabilistic reliability and scalability, but their inherent randomness may lead to high variation in number of messages that are received at different nodes. This paper presents techniques that leverage simple social network prin...
Found in: XRDS: Crossroads, The ACM Magazine for Students
By Jay Patel
Issue Date:March 2014
In the future, our radio devices will adapt to deal with new types of signals. The challenge is to describe those signals so that devices can learn from one another and communicate.
Original Search Engine
Need a Web Account?
Become a Member
This site and all contents (unless otherwise noted) are Copyright ©2008, IEEE, Inc. All rights reserved.