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Stringer: Balancing Latency and Resource Usage in Service Function Chain Provisioning [article]

Freddy C. Chua, Julie Ward, Ying Zhang, Puneet Sharma, Bernardo A. Huberman
2016 arXiv   pre-print
SFCs) in the physical network. In doing so, the provider must balance between various competing goals of performance and resource usage.  ...  A service provider utilizing NFV technology faces the SFC provisioning problem of assigning VNF instances to nodes in the physical infrastructure (e.g., a datacenter), and routing Service Function Chains  ...  Combined, these three elements create our Stringer system that generates a set of SFC provisioning solutions varying in resource usage and performance.  ... 
arXiv:1604.08618v2 fatcat:r7wxcyh3vnagnaozhhkitoal5m

Evolutionary Multi-Objective Virtual Network Function Placement: A Formal Model and Effective Algorithms [article]

Joseph Billingsley, Ke Li, Wang Miao, Geyong Min, Nektarios Georgalas
2021 arXiv   pre-print
the optimal placement of virtual network functions in a data center that optimizes multiple conflicting objectives with regard to energy consumption and QoS.  ...  Extensive experiments validate the efficiency and accuracy of our QoS model as well as the effectiveness of our tailored algorithms for virtual network function placement problems at various scales.  ...  A VNFPP instance defines a set of services and a data center topology. Each service is defined by its packet arrival rate and a service chain, i.e., the sequence in which VNFs must be visited.  ... 
arXiv:2106.14727v1 fatcat:f5z67drxbnc3jexkztb5csdtba

D5.2 Mechanisms For Network Service Dynamics And Peerformance

Felipe Huici, Costin Raiciu, Emil Matus, George Tsolis, Claudio Pisa, Stefano Salsano, Francesco Lombardo, Nicola Blefari-Melazzi, Giuseppe Bianchi, Louise Krug, Paul Veitch, Philip Eardley (+9 others)
2018 Zenodo  
This deliverable describes all the mechanisms developed within the project in order to implement the Superfluid platform, and, in particular, how they come together to provide unprecedented superfluid  ...  dynamics such as boot times in as little as a few milliseconds (comparable to process start-up times), fast migration times and tiny VM memory footprints (a few MBs).  ...  Service Function Chaining Service Function Chaining has become an essential part of an NFV platform's toolkit.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1230527 fatcat:y6vusoihsbapdihon2jpgpbzta

Hungarian Peacekeepers in Africa and a Hungarian Perspective on the UN Mission in Mozambique

Besenyő János
2018 Figshare  
There is a training centre in Szolnok, where applicants can prepare for international service, yet, there still can be noticed some deficiencies as far as training is concerned.  ...  Most of the people know that 1 000 officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers can serve abroad at the same time.  ...  or unregulated spectrum and to facilitate cross-border provision of services based on spectrum usage.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7108646.v1 fatcat:ltmbq7644fbj3fywbusldmfh5u

Antenatal HIV-1 RNA load and timing of mother to child transmission; a nested case-control study in a resource poor setting

Kerina Duri, Felicity Z Gumbo, Knut I Kristiansen, Nyaradzi E Kurewa, Munyaradzi P Mapingure, Simbarashe Rusakaniko, Mike Z Chirenje, Fredrik Muller, Babill Stray-Pedersen
2010 Virology Journal  
Acknowledgements We gratefully acknowledge the women and infants who participated in this study and the study support staff.  ...  Acknowledgments We gratefully acknowledge the families who participated in this study and support staff for facilitating the logistics.  ...  Lately most HIV/AIDS services have been decentralised to clinics thus improving coverage and access to services in both urban and rural settings.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1743-422x-7-176 pmid:20678190 pmcid:PMC2919474 fatcat:irclkdjd7jchfk5kvduvx53f7u

Post-trauma: Is evidence-based practice a fantasy?

Karola Dillenburger, Rym Akhonzada, Montserrat Fargas
2006 International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy  
Protective factors include family and social support and adequate service provision.  ...  Yet today, service provision still is limited and patchy, and while 22% of voluntary groups offer a wide range of services, only 16% offer structured counselling, therapeutic services, or emotional support  ...  ADVERTISING IN THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL AND CONSULTATION THERAPY The prices for advertising in one issue are as follows:  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0100770 fatcat:lnx7k4vblndsxm54fi72jjvn2e

Abstracts

2003 Journal of Cystic Fibrosis  
This study aims to analyse the health of the paediatric UK CF population in terms of its prevalence rates of microbiological colonisation and compare it to three other major national CF registries; the  ...  Microbiological colonisation in UK CF children-a comparison with international databases J. McCormick(Presenting), E.J. Sims, M.W. Green, G. Mehta, F. Culross, A.  ...  effects of false-positive results on parents and re-evaluating service provision J.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1569-1993(03)00027-4 fatcat:mte4cq3rofhvfgll72svfpta64

Optimising the Impact of NRENs on Africa's Research

Margareth Gfrerer
2020
Given the results suggesting that such differences may in fact play an important role in defining the position and the mix of services provided by KTTOs, further research is warranted to further investigate  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The editors wish to sincerely thank authors who submitted their manuscripts for inclusion in this Proceedings and Report of the 9th UbuntuNet Alliance Annual Conference and for their timely  ...  The network service for Sync and Timing requires low latency, high priority and low bandwidth.  ... 
doi:10.20372/nadre/4657 fatcat:ihtmd2xltbhlne4cwkrcrts5pa

Privacy and Security in Ubiquitous Computing: Service Delivery and Identity in Intelligent Environments

Craig Andrew Chatfield, University, My, Rene Hexel
2018
Ubiquitous computing describes computing technologies that are designed to be embedded in tools and in our environment, providing computational support for user interaction and service delivery.  ...  These privacy and security concerns raise the need for a ubiquitous computing infrastructure that will allow private interaction and the effective delivery of personalised and identity-restricted services  ...  This research was conducted with scholarship support from Griffith University and the Smart Internet Technology Cooperative Research Centre.  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/1262 fatcat:esfoa25zfza7jaj4wbdcjuklce

Exploring collaborative peer recovery coaching in the context of substance use disorders: an Australian work-based study

Maria Power, Luke van der Laan, Lee Fergusson, Rhod McNeil
2021
capital resources and goal attainment.  ...  The study is exploratory and adopted a constructivist, qualitative research design. In total, 18 participants were eligible to participate in this study.  ...  This academic journey was made easier because of this scholarship and the support and guidance of both of my doctoral supervisors.  ... 
doi:10.26192/37yn-hj14 fatcat:4zzno2amebfmjhkgca3pdflpka

Poster presentations

2000 British Journal of Cancer  
functions.  ...  Initially, Scatchard analysis of the VEGF 165 -HS interaction revealed that binding occurs in a 1:1 ratio of VEGF 165 dimers to HS chains.  ...  The percentage of chemotherapy usage in this age group increased from 8% in the years 1980-84 to 17% in 1985-1989 and to 32% in 1999-1994.  ... 
doi:10.1054/bjoc.2000.1350 fatcat:5ov6oi7gmnenhe3qn3mqfzqqcq

ESSAYS ON THE ENHANCED AUDIT Essays on the Enhanced Audit

Ryan Teeter, Ryan Teeter, Miklos Vasarhelyi
2014 unpublished
enterprise resource planning environment. iii Utilizing the IT audit plan as a template, auditor expertise as a guide, and manual audit output as a validation tool, this field study examines the process  ...  The enhanced audit classification model (EACM) presented in Chapter 5 joins three concepts found in the assurance literature that link directly to the enhanced audit.  ...  While initially focused on developing highly formalized controls within IT systems, they shifted their focus to enabling remote and automated audit procedures in the order-to-cash business cycle, which  ... 
fatcat:gemcqoiiwbdbxms5ntqlyvwo34

Public auditing, analytics, and big data in the modern economy

Deniz Appelbaum
2017
In this age of big data many sources of evidence are untraceable and their provenance unverifiable.  ...  The first chapter introduces and identifies a number of these issues as that are facing the auditor in the modern economy.  ...  (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3r49tq2 fatcat:uqzol5rn2rhrpja3t7vp5lvvoq

Discursive and practical challenges in global health : pesticide-related health impacts in Ecuadorian banana production

Benjamin Wesley Brisbois
2014
I document how pesticide risk perception narratives reflect El Oro's position in unstable global commodity chains.  ...  health problems in the global South, and explore solutions to these challenges.  ...  in terms of service provision (e.g. drinking water service).  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0102582 fatcat:3rdzapojn5bxvo77xljxbmi44q