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Hardware (B)
A SISO register circuit tailored for input data with low transition probability : IEEE Transactions on Computers

There are occasions when a delay of several clock cycles is required for a serial data stream. If the “density” of transitions is low, meaning the probability of transitions with respect to the clock is small...
Semiconductor Memories (B.3.1) | May 31 17

A study of pointer-chasing performance on shared-memory processor-FPGA systems : FPGA 16

Several vendors including Intel and IBM have announced devices that closely integrate processors and field programmable gate arrays using low-latency shared memory...
Performance Analysis & Design Aids (B.3.3) | Jun 7 17

Melia: a MapReduce framework on OpenCL-based FPGAs : IEEE Trans. on Parallel and Distributed Systems

Many web applications such as search engines and recommendation systems require operations on large datasets. The nature of computation in such applications is complex, which necessitates distributed...
Gate Arrays (B.7.1...) | May 24 17

Computer Systems Organization (C)
Cost-effective service provisioning for hybrid cloud applications : Mobile Networks and Applications

Making automatic, optimal workload placements in a multi-cloud, hybrid-cloud information technology (IT) infrastructure is an important problem that...
Heterogeneous (Hybrid) Systems (C.1.3...) | Jun 12 17

Mobile demand profiling for cellular cognitive networking : IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing

Furno et al. describe a framework for automated demand profiling in mobile networks. Since participants in mobile communications can move around, both spatial as well as temporal characteristics of...
Cellular Architecture (C.1.3...) | May 16 17

The AXIOM software layers : Microprocessors & Microsystems

AXIOM is a project aimed at building a hardware substrate and software layers to target cyber-physical systems (CPS) that interact with users in real-time running...
Heterogeneous (Hybrid) Systems (C.1.3...) | May 15 17

Software-defined mobile networks security : Mobile Networks and Applications

The tremendous success of mobile devices and their applications raises a lot of questions regarding security, quality of service, and user satisfaction. It is therefore...
Mobile Processors (C.1.4...) | May 12 17

Supervisory routing control for dynamic load balancing in low data rate wireless sensor networks : Wireless Networks

Penetration of wireless sensor networking (WSN) technology in different aspects of human life has made its problems more salient than ever. Routing...
Sensor Networks (C.2.1...) | Jun 16 17

Private data analytics on biomedical sensing data via distributed computation : IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

Predictive model training systems actually lack positive samples such as biomedical data from healthy people due to data privacy preservation issues that...
Sensor Networks (C.2.1...) | Jun 2 17

A maximum flow algorithm based on storage time aggregated graph for delay-tolerant networks : Ad Hoc Networks

Searching for maximum flow in a network based on graph theory is essential in planning the route and scheduling transmission. Therefore, it is natural to study...
Sensor Networks (C.2.1...) | May 26 17

Computer Systems Organization (C)

Evolution of broadcast content distribution

In approximately 125 pages, the author discusses the unfolding broadcast distribution ecosystem. Anyone concerned with how to distribute content with new networks, regulations, consumer expectations, and technologies will want this information. The...
Distributed Systems (C.2.4) | May 25 17

Software (D)

Architectural design: conception and specification of interactive systems

Software architecture emerged as a subfield of software engineering in the 1990s with its focus on the study of concepts, techniques, and methods related to design that have a strong influence on the...
Software Architectures (D.2.11) | Jun 23 17

Trends in software testing

Testing is an interesting subject; perhaps more so than any software engineering subject, how the authors (editors) of a book treat it is heavily dependent on the academe/practitioner focus of those...
Testing & Debugging (D.2.5) | Jun 23 17

The art of scrum: how scrum masters bind dev teams and unleash agility

Scrum is a widely used approach for the agile development of software systems. A scrum master plays a key role by coaching, facilitating, and orchestrating the ceremonies and artifacts of the scrum...
Management (D.2.9) | May 24 17

C++ how to program (10th ed.)

This C++ book is detailed and comprehensive. Initially, an introduction to computer science is provided to warm up readers. C++ fundamentals are covered in great detail in what can be viewed as a primer...
C++ (D.3.2...) | Jun 13 17

Practical C

The C programming language remains one of the principal languages for developing operating systems and many applications, especially in the sciences and engineering. This book is not a textbook. Rather...
Language Constructs & Features (D.3.3) | Jun 5 17

Programming language explorations

As a computer scientist, one is often subjected to some colleague or student launching into an animated description of the latest programming language that has caught their fancy. A recent visitor gave a...
Language Constructs & Features (D.3.3) | May 31 17

Simulation modeling and analysis (5th ed.)

Simulation models imitate the behavior of complex systems, including manufacturing processes and real-world service facilities. They are designed to gain some understanding of how the actual system behaves under different circumstances, to evaluate the...
Modeling & Prediction (D.4.8...) | Jun 21 17

Data (E)

Basic concepts in data structures

Data structures are a well-established part of the computer science (CS) curriculum. Courses and textbooks vary in emphasis. Often the introductory sequence for CS majors and others includes both programming and data structures so that...
Data Structures (E.1) | Jun 15 17

Stack frames: a look from inside

Those of you who have written programs in C for Linux or Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) computers may well have wondered how your compiled programs are loaded into memory for execution, and perhaps...
Lists, Stacks & Queues (E.1...) | Jun 7 17

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