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Owing to its simple router design and insensitivity to the message distance, wormhole switching has been employed not only in networks for contemporary multicomputers but also, in networks for clusters of workstations, and more recently in networks for systems-on-chips. Although analytical...
Mobile applications are becoming more popular as they provide the convenience of accessing services and information anywhere and at anytime. However, due to size and weight restrictions, mobile computing devices are limited in terms of battery energy and processing power. Running complex...
Over the past few years, capturing the characteristics of the Gnutella overlay network has been one of the major research activities in distributed computing. While most of the works are focusing on the node degree distribution, upstream/downstream traffics and file distribution, only a few have...
This paper presents an overview of accelerating machines. We begin by exploring the history of the accelerating machine model and the potential power that it provides. We look at a number of computations that could be performed with an accelerating machine, and review various possible...
Existing searches in unstructured peer-to-peer (P2P) networks are either blind or informed based on simple heuristics. Blind schemes suffer from low query quality. Simple heuristics lack theoretical background to support the simulation results. In this paper, we propose an intelligent searching...
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