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DIY for CHI

Leah Buechley, Daniela K. Rosner, Eric Paulos, Amanda Williams
2009 Proceedings of the 27th international conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI EA '09  
of DIY Social implications of DIY DIY and education DIY communities DIY and marginalized groups DIY in developing countries  ...  Topics include but are not limited to: and handiwork Sustainable practices Reuse, repair and economic necessity Open source software Open source hardware Political implications of DIY Economic implications  ...  In a pinch, you can change babies anywhere you can lay them down, but long term, for the sake of your back, waist height is best.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1520340.1520750 dblp:conf/chi/BuechleyRPW09 fatcat:zbmldbatmngh3par3o62bldo4y

Network sensitivity to hot-potato disruptions

Renata Teixeira, Aman Shaikh, Tim Griffin, Geoffrey M. Voelker
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communications - SIGCOMM '04  
Consequently, intradomain routing changes can impact interdomain routing and cause abrupt swings of external routes, which we call hot-potato disruptions.  ...  In this paper, we address these challenges using an analytic model of hot-potato routing that incorporates metrics to evaluate network sensitivity to hot-potato disruptions.  ...  Jay Borkenhagen provided invaluable guidance in our understanding of the backbone network.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1015467.1015493 dblp:conf/sigcomm/TeixeiraSGV04 fatcat:vm64kd42vvbedcjmjbh3v65g6m

Network sensitivity to hot-potato disruptions

Renata Teixeira, Aman Shaikh, Tim Griffin, Geoffrey M. Voelker
2004 Computer communication review  
Network robustness, sensitivity analysis, hot-potato routing, BGP, IGP, OSPF trix is a function of the routes sent to an AS and the locally implemented routing policies.  ...  In this paper, we address these challenges using an analytic model of hot-potato routing that incorporates metrics to evaluate network sensitivity to hot-potato disruptions.  ...  Jay Borkenhagen provided invaluable guidance in our understanding of the backbone network.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1030194.1015493 fatcat:q6hoj4xdjnes5n5b7vkmazdeoe

Packet scheduling algorithms and performance of a buffered shufflenet with deflection routing

S.-H.G. Chan, H. Kobayashi
2000 Journal of Lightwave Technology  
By exploiting the special topological properties of the shufflenet, we are able to simplify the analysis greatly and obtain a simple closed-form approximation of the deflection probability.  ...  In this paper, we study packet scheduling algorithms and their performance in a buffered regular network with deflection routing.  ...  Most of the previous analyzes focus on hot-potato routing.  ... 
doi:10.1109/50.838123 fatcat:zd7cqutc2zh47jhkwy3mphqdze

A DTN Routing Scheme for Quasi-Deterministic Networks with Application to LEO Satellites Topology

Rémi Diana, Emmanuel Lochin, Laurent Franck, Cedric Baudoin, Emmanuel Dubois, Patrick Gelard
2012 2012 IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Fall)  
of magnitude than a reference theoretical optimal routing.  ...  We compare our algorithm against other well-known DTN routing schemes and show that we obtain the lowest replication ratio without the knowledge of the topology and with a delivery ratio of the same order  ...  Those that only forward copies (e.g. hot-potato routing) and those that replicate a set of infinite or limited copies.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vtcfall.2012.6399087 dblp:conf/vtc/DianaLFB0G12 fatcat:rtxefiiyqzgblozqytupdrabhu

Research challenges in QoS routing

X. Masip-Bruin, M. Yannuzzi, J. Domingo-Pascual, A. Fonte, M. Curado, E. Monteiro, F. Kuipers, P. Van Mieghem, S. Avallone, G. Ventre, P. Aranda-Gutiérrez, M. Hollick (+3 others)
2006 Computer Communications  
Indeed, the problem of QoS Routing with multiple additive constraints is known to be NP-hard.  ...  The provisioning of QoS based network services is in general terms an extremely complex problem, and a significant part of this complexity lies in the routing layer.  ...  (iii) authors in [54] present a dynamic variation of the hot-potato routing.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2005.06.008 fatcat:mldnjuev6nhpbf5rbkk6wr2kt4

A Data Driven Review of Board Game Design and Interactions of their Mechanics

Dilini Samarasinghe, Michael Barlow, Erandi Lakshika, Timothy Lynar, Nour Moustafa, Thomas Townsend, Benjamin Turnbull
2021 IEEE Access  
Further, there are several mechanics that are present only in a single domain of board games such as singing and hot potato (where players try to avoid a single bad item) which are used in designing party  ...  This section extends the analysis on mechanics towards their similarities based on the board game domains that frequently use them.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3103198 fatcat:dywlhaxbondmddvqzsdv4a75mu

In search for an appropriate granularity to model routing policies

Wolfgang Mühlbauer, Steve Uhlig, Bingjie Fu, Mickael Meulle, Olaf Maennel
2007 Proceedings of the 2007 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communications - SIGCOMM '07  
A non-negligible fraction of path choices, however, correspond to hot-potato routing and tie-breaking within the BGP decision process, very detailed aspects of Internet routing.  ...  To model how individual ASs choose their best paths, we introduce a new abstraction: next-hop atoms. Next-hop atoms capture the different sets of neighboring ASs an AS uses for its best routes.  ...  A non-negligible fraction of path choices, however, correspond to hot-potato routing and tie-breaking within the BGP decision process, very detailed aspects of Internet routing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1282380.1282398 dblp:conf/sigcomm/MuhlbauerUFMM07 fatcat:5awvzmmydrhmfmxsgptkrryska

In search for an appropriate granularity to model routing policies

Wolfgang Mühlbauer, Steve Uhlig, Bingjie Fu, Mickael Meulle, Olaf Maennel
2007 Computer communication review  
A non-negligible fraction of path choices, however, correspond to hot-potato routing and tie-breaking within the BGP decision process, very detailed aspects of Internet routing.  ...  To model how individual ASs choose their best paths, we introduce a new abstraction: next-hop atoms. Next-hop atoms capture the different sets of neighboring ASs an AS uses for its best routes.  ...  A non-negligible fraction of path choices, however, correspond to hot-potato routing and tie-breaking within the BGP decision process, very detailed aspects of Internet routing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1282427.1282398 fatcat:q54qnuvltfgijal6lsewzjeaxu

Routing and peering in a competitive Internet

R. Johari, J.N. Tsitsiklis
2004 2004 43rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37601)  
We also consider the phenomenon of nearest-exit, or "hotpotato," routing, where outgoing traffic exits a provider's network as quickly as possible.  ...  If each link in a network is assessed a linear cost per unit flow through the link, we show that the total cost of nearest exit routing is no worse than three times the optimal cost.  ...  This phenomenon is known as "nearest exit" or "hot potato" routing (see [4] ).  ... 
doi:10.1109/cdc.2004.1430265 fatcat:tow2md4g6zfnhl5tvbkprh2s3m

The many facets of internet topology and traffic

W. Willinger, S. Uhlig, M. Roughan, H. Chang, D. Alderson
2006 Networks and Heterogeneous Media  
their analysis, and the sensitivity of the inferred properties to measurement errors.  ...  and analysis tools of varying sophistication to reverse engineer the various structures and corresponding traffic flows.  ...  Traffic departing A: is traffic that originates at a router in A (or perhaps from a customer network of A), and it is routed using hot-potato routing.  ... 
doi:10.3934/nhm.2006.1.569 fatcat:5jahcsevzna2lk2k4wvev2trve

ULTRASTRUCTURAL LOCALIZATION OF SOLANIDINE IN POTATO TUBERS

S.-R. HAN, W. F. CAMPBELL, D. K. SALUNKHE
1989 Journal of food biochemistry  
X 14,220 . . . 84 ABSTRACT Ultrastructural Localization of Solanidine in Potato Tubers by Shau-Ron Han, Master of Science Utah State University, 1980 Major Professor: Dr. W. F.  ...  However, the ultrastructural study provided only limited evidence as to the exact location of solanidine in the cells of the sprout or peridermal complex.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1745-4514.1989.tb00406.x fatcat:gbz4kkbu3feohaq4lj3zysdlv4

DTN routing for quasi-deterministic networks with application to LEO constellations

R. Diana, E. Lochin, L. Franck, C. Baudoin, E. Dubois, P. Gelard
2015 International Journal of Satellite Communications And Networking  
This is an author-deposited version published in : http://oatao.univ-toulouse.fr/ Eprints ID : 14434 To link to this article: Abstract We propose a novel DTN routing algorithm, called DQN, specifically  ...  We compare our algorithm against other wellknown DTN routing schemes and show that we obtain the lowest replication ratio with a delivery ratio of the same order of magnitude than a reference theoretical  ...  There are two classes of DTN routing algorithms. Those that only forward copies (e.g. hot-potato routing) and those that replicate a set of infinite or limited copies.  ... 
doi:10.1002/sat.1159 fatcat:llxhjg5vsfeubpcqmuorp5m26u

D5.1 Report on site characterization and hot spot identification

Ahmed Ghrabi Hanene Akrout
2021 Zenodo  
analysed all the available data for the demo sites in Tunisia, Portugal, Spain, Greece and Turkey and made an assessment on how the real situation is in each site.in addition, all partners performed a SWOT analysis  ...  The total number of wells are estimated to have exceeded 100.000 by the end of 2012 (WWF, 2014), however the exact number of wells (both licensed and unlicensed) is unknown.  ...  5 D5.1 Report on site characterization and hot spot identification Deliverable abstract The current document presents a report on the five case studies characterization.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5307711 fatcat:xc4nvul5sbenxehutkshe74udq

Advisory report concerning risks in the potato production chain [article]

Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority, Office for Risk Assessment and Research
2021 Zenodo  
In addition, the Netherlands produces and processes large quantities of potatoes and is a major player in the global market for potatoes and potato products (Bremmer et al., 2019).  ...  Ware potatoes are a staple food in the Netherlands and are consumed not only as table potatoes but also in the form of industrially processed products such as chips, crisps and chilled products.  ...  The exact source of contamination of the potato dish could not be determined.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5646983 fatcat:sbq4mz6rdre7tfqlxy2sh3ykzm
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