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FGIT
2011
Springer
7 years 10 months ago
Performance Evaluation of MapReduce Applications on Cloud Computing Environment, FutureGrid
This paper describes the result of performance evaluation of two kinds of MapReduce applications running in the FutureGrid: a data intensive application and a computation intensive...
Yunhee Kang, Geoffrey C. Fox
PE
2010
Springer
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8 years 5 months ago
A unified framework for the bottleneck analysis of multiclass queueing networks
We introduce a new framework supporting the bottleneck analysis of closed, multiclass BCMP queueing networks in the limiting regime where the number of jobs proportionally grows t...
Jonatha Anselmi, Paolo Cremonesi
IDEAL
2010
Springer
8 years 8 months ago
Dimension Reduction for Regression with Bottleneck Neural Networks
Dimension reduction for regression (DRR) deals with the problem of finding for high-dimensional data such low-dimensional representations, which preserve the ability to predict a ...
Elina Parviainen
TRANSCI
1998
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Queue Spillovers in Transportation Networks with a Route Choice
This paper explores some of the traffic phenomena that arise when drivers have to navigate a network in which queues back up past diverge intersections. If a diverge provides two ...
Carlos F. Daganzo
PE
1998
Springer
158views Optimization» more  PE 1998»
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Asymptotic Approximations and Bottleneck Analysis in Product Form Queueing Networks with Large Populations
Asymptotic approximations are constructed for the performance measures of product form queueing networks consisting of single server, fixed rate nodes with large populations. The...
Charles Knessl, Charles Tier
CORR
2010
Springer
134views Education» more  CORR 2010»
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Where is Randomness Needed to Break the Square-Root Bottleneck?
As shown by Tropp, 2008, for the concatenation of two orthonormal bases (ONBs), breaking the square-root bottleneck in compressed sensing does not require randomization over all th...
Patrick Kuppinger, Giuseppe Durisi, Helmut Bö...
WSC
1998
8 years 11 months ago
Implementing the Theory of Constraints Philosophy in Highly Reentrant Systems
A significant challenge in implementing the Theory of Constraints in the semiconductor industry is the complex and reentrant nature of the manufacturing process. Managing a constr...
Clay Rippenhagen, Shekar Krishnaswamy
WSC
2001
8 years 11 months ago
A practical bottleneck detection method
This paper describes a novel method for detecting the bottleneck in a discrete event system by examining the average duration of a machine being active for all machines. The machi...
Christoph Roser, Masaru Nakano, Minoru Tanaka
NETWORKING
2007
8 years 11 months ago
Improving XCP to Achieve Max-Min Fair Bandwidth Allocation
TCP is shown to be inefficient and instable in high speed and long latency networks. The eXplicit Control Protocol (XCP) is a new and promising protocol that outperforms TCP in ter...
Lei Zan, Xiaowei Yang
WSC
2008
9 years 17 days ago
Metodology for selecting the best suitable bottleneck detection method
Focusing on process constraints (or bottlenecks) is how companies are improving productivity, decreasing response times. However, a bottleneck is not easily detectable, especially...
Eliseu Lima, Leonardo Chwif, Marcos Ribeiro, Perei...
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