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More Accurate Estimation of Working Set Size in Virtual Machines

Ahmed A. Harby, Sherif F. Fahmy, Ahmed F. Amin
2019 IEEE Access  
In this paper, we study the problem of working set size estimation in virtual machines and come up with a method that allows us to better estimate the working set size of virtual machines in Linux.  ...  Toward that end, we design a finite state machine that can be used to accurately estimate the working set size and that is responsive to changes in workload.  ...  Also, it is important to note that the working set size changes as the mix of programs executing on an operating system changes.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2928221 fatcat:wfexvffdcvc4pcqfquw4bcr3k4

Page 46 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers Vol. 84, Issue SU3 [page]

1958 American Society of Civil Engineers. Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers  
field and office work in this one book, This was preferred to having a separate set of papers for the office part of the work which might become lost, separated, or possibly destroyed.  ...  This larger size removed any need for the crowd- ing of notes, and it gave ample room for computations to be made by the party chief, and for the office work and computations, For the decision was made  ... 

Multiple Regular Expression Pattern Monitoring over Probabilistic Event Streams

Kento SUGIURA, Yoshiharu ISHIKAWA
2020 IEICE transactions on information and systems  
Although we proposed the fundamental monitoring method of time series events in our previous work, three problems remain: 1) it is based on an unusual assumption about slide size of a sliding window, 2  ...  First, we remove the assumption about slide size, and propose adaptive slicing of sliding windows for efficient probability calculation.  ...  Note that the optimal chunk size is derived by the existing work [15] ; we can use slide size l as the optimal chunk size.  ... 
doi:10.1587/transinf.2019dap0009 fatcat:bibouzpembdkffgq6tj5ier5v4

Pitfalls of analyzing a cross-company dataset of software maintenance and support

Masateru Tsunoda, Kenichi Ono
2014 15th IEEE/ACIS International Conference on Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Networking and Parallel/Distributed Computing (SNPD)  
It is important to establish a benchmark of work efficiency for software maintenance and support.  ...  In the analysis, we found some pitfalls when one analyzes ISBSG software maintenance and support dataset. If the pitfalls are ignored, spurious relationships would be found.  ...  Table V shows number of data points on each size approach. Note that FiSMA FP was calculated based on LOC, and it is often called as backfired.  ... 
doi:10.1109/snpd.2014.6888729 dblp:conf/snpd/TsunodaO14 fatcat:7mwkpmdj3zd5tbxxo4uqjkeqt4

The TCP-modified Engset Model Revisited [article]

Daniel Zaragoza
2014 arXiv   pre-print
(c) From the model we propose a way for calculating the queuing behavior; i.e., the overflow probability. (d) From this last point, we propose a new link buffer sizing rule.  ...  (a) We take into account the effects of slow start and limited receiver window as well as small average file sizes.  ...  NOTE: The BD process measurement module measures a ON time that is / shorter than the one defined above for the calculation.  ... 
arXiv:1403.1381v1 fatcat:nblru3btjvc5lcii7yomu4t3qa

Sequential Maximum Gradient Optimization For Support Vector Detection

Régis Lengellé, Mireille Tohme
2009 Zenodo  
Publication in the conference proceedings of EUSIPCO, Glasgow, Scotland, 2009  ...  Once the working set is defined, we proceed on a optimal step gradient algorithm. Considering the quadratic nature of the optimization problem, the optimal step-size is analytically calculated.  ...  The comparison has been done between SMGO and SVMLight. For q = 1, RMSE was not calculated since SVM-Light does not allow such a working set size.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.41290 fatcat:dpvgz4jdmjglrnkv27gmrfzixi

Calculation of a distribution free estimate of effect size and confidence intervals using VBA/Excel [article]

Joachim Goedhart
2016 bioRxiv   pre-print
The macro will reduce the barrier for calculating the effect size and can be a valuable tool for research and teaching.  ...  It has several advantageous features, as (i) it makes no assumption on the shape of the underlying distribution, (ii) it works well for small to moderate samples (n>10), (iii) it is easy to calculate,  ...  Acknowledgments I would like to thank Paul Goedhart (Wageningen UR, The Netherlands) for comments and Marten Postma (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands) for explaining statistical concepts and enlightening  ... 
doi:10.1101/073999 fatcat:2zzrgynj75ed3olacjagwkrf6m

A comparison of RED's byte and packet modes

Wesley M. Eddy, Mark Allman
2002 Computer communication review  
In networks with moderate to heavy congestion levels we note that marking based on a packet's size yields higher fairness.  ...  RED's byte modes use a constant called the mean packet size (MPS) to calculate a given packet's probability of being marked.  ...  In networks with moderate to heavy congestion levels we note that marking based on a packet's size yields higher fairness.  ... 
doi:10.1145/571697.571710 fatcat:lykrk5pbd5hetmobpdu7rn4zfi

A comparison of RED's byte and packet modes

Wesley M. Eddy, Mark Allman
2003 Computer Networks  
In networks with moderate to heavy congestion levels we note that marking based on a packet's size yields higher fairness.  ...  RED's byte modes use a constant called the mean packet size (MPS) to calculate a given packet's probability of being marked.  ...  In networks with moderate to heavy congestion levels we note that marking based on a packet's size yields higher fairness.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1389-1286(03)00195-6 fatcat:rs2shvafendpjo6g7vdgrew5yq

P010: An examination of sample size selection in medical record reviews in emergency medicine journals

J. Vinken, M. Bilic, R. Jones, S. Upadhye
2020 CJEM: Canadian Journal of Emergency Medical Care  
) chose sample size based on power calculations, 4% (two articles) chose sample size based on a previous study's methodology, and 4% (two articles) did not give details on sample size selection.  ...  It is not always clear how sample size calculations are reported, or the methods by which they were derived.  ...  ) chose sample size based on power calculations, 4% (two articles) chose sample size based on a previous study's methodology, and 4% (two articles) did not give details on sample size selection.  ... 
doi:10.1017/cem.2020.218 fatcat:svmum73b6ng2piahgokqny4azu

Are Octahedral Clusters Missing on the Carbon Energy Landscape?

Tomas Lazauskas, Alexey A Sokol, Scott Marcus Woodley
2019 Nanoscale Advances  
We report a new class of carbon nanostructures at a lower sub-nano end of size scale with a surprising stability, as compared to well known carbon fullerenes. The octahedral carbon...  ...  Notes and references  ...  This work made use of the facilities of ARCHER, the UK's National High Performance Computing Service, access to which was obtained from an MCC membership, which itself is supported by the EPSRC grant EP  ... 
doi:10.1039/c8na00013a pmid:36132445 pmcid:PMC9473225 fatcat:ikf62xkzongmvnb6jalt4thkki

A periodic equation-of-motion coupled-cluster implementation applied to F-centers in alkaline earth oxides [article]

Alejandro Gallo, Felix Hummel, Andreas Irmler, Andreas Grüneis
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The convergence of calculated electronic excitation energies for neutral color centers in MgO, CaO and SrO crystals with respect to orbital basis set and system size is explored.  ...  We discuss extrapolation techniques that approximate excitation energies in the complete basis set limit and reduce finite size errors.  ...  One of the main challenges in these calculations is to achieve a good control over the finite basis set and system size errors, which is often achieved using extrapolation techniques.  ... 
arXiv:2010.15071v1 fatcat:4i2vbstiqjcn3mm5b2lc3ut42m

Page 391 of Computational Linguistics Vol. 21, Issue 3 [page]

1995 Computational Linguistics  
The Algorithm Our algorithm has to handle the frequently occurring case in which a certain word appears in more than one SW set.  ...  Note that in this stage we also include the ambiguous word in each of the SW sets.’  ... 

Enhancing the Performance of GPU for Face Detection

Hossam M.Faheem, S. Ghoniemy, T. A. Yara M. Abdelaal
2014 International Journal of Computer Applications  
The objective is to enhance the face detection time (compared with other approaches) to reach a real-time application that will be later on used in augmented reality applications such as telepresence.  ...  Face detection is one of the most complex objects to detect due to its variations.  ...  When the data is studied in a sequential manner, it is noted that each window is separated from the previous one by the step size, for example if for step size 2, the first window position will be (0,0  ... 
doi:10.5120/16420-6068 fatcat:4czc3hsaufgshad6x4dywz6chi

NH3 on Si(001): Can Gaussian cluster and planewave slab models agree on energetics?

O. Warschkow, T.L. McDonell, N.A. Marks
2007 Surface Science  
This leads us to consider "cluster compound models" in which the results of several smaller calculations (separately probing the effects of cluster/slab size, basis set size and exchange-correlation model  ...  These limitations in turn are the consequence of the balance that must be struck between the competing demands of cluster/slab size, basis set size and exchange-correlation model.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the Australian Research Council, the Australian Government, the US Advanced Research and Development Activity, National Security Agency, and Army Research Office  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.susc.2007.05.017 fatcat:ce2hz6u7ljcv7ndcvigzgjsbyi
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