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  Lightweight and informative traffic metrics for data center monitoring
Xu K., Wang F., Wang H.  Journal of Network and Systems Management 20(2): 226-243, 2020. Type: Article

Modern cloud computing data centers typically deliver virtualized services to tens of thousands of cloud users continuously, using hundreds or even thousands of commodity servers. Monitoring the availability, performance, and security of this data...
Aug 16 2021  
  Integrating a case-based reasoning shell and Web 2.0: design recommendations and insights
He W., Wang F.  World Wide Web 19(6): 1231-1249, 2016. Type: Article

Case-based reasoning (CBR) is a technique for solving new problems using the knowledge acquired with similar problems from the past. It has been successfully used by the artificial intelligence (AI) community to create expert systems. However, imp...
Feb 8 2017  
  Using MEMS-based storage in computer systems--MEMS storage architectures
Hong B., Wang F., Brandt S., Long D., Schwarz T.  ACM Transactions on Storage 2(1): 1-21, 2006. Type: Article

Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) based storage, when used as a MEMS storage enclosure with spares, provides high reliability, high performance, high storage density, low power consumption, and small form factor. These characteristics make suc...
Dec 28 2006  
  Design of modulators for oversampled converters
Wang F., Harjani R.,  Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, MA, 1998.Type: Book (9780792380634)

A methodology for the optimal design of modulators in oversampled converters is described. The authors concentrate on two important design constraints, namely power consumption and nonlinearity. The work reflects their research results in the stud...
Dec 1 1998  
  On efficiency and optimization of C++ programs
Wu P., Wang F.  Software--Practice & Experience 26(4): 453-465, 1996. Type: Article

Efficiency and optimization issues for C++ programs written using classes, inheritance, and virtual functions are examined. The authors describe an experiment involving the performance measurement of several object-oriented variations of a particu...
Jan 1 1997  

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