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PJRMI: remote method invocation for a persistent system

S. Spence Proceedings of the International Symposium on Distributed Objects and Applications, 1999

The paper describes PJRMI: support for remote method invocation in the context of the object oriented, orthogonally persistent system of the PJama project. It examines the issues raised by combining orthogonal persistence with distribution. An evaluation is made of the current implementation and an indication is made of the challenges ahead


Relational profiling: enabling thread-level parallelism in virtual machines

T. Heil; J. E. Smith Proceedings 33rd Annual IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture. MICRO-33 2000, 2000

Virtual machine service threads can perform many tasks in parallel with program execution such as garbage collection, dynamic compilation, and profile collection and analysis. Hardware-assisted profiling is essential for providing service threads with needed information in a flexible and efficient way. A relational profiling architecture (RPA) is proposed for meeting this goal. The RPA selects particular instructions for profiling, and ...


Hardware-In-the-Loop Simulation of Electric Vehicle Powertrain System

Hao Hu; Guoqing Xu; Yang Zhu 2009 Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference, 2009

This paper presents a design procedure of hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) for electric vehicle powertrain system modeling and simulation. First, simulation is performed in MATLAB/Simulink platform. Then, an electric vehicle powertrain hardware-in-the-loop system including BMS (battery manage system), MCU (motor control unit) and VMS (vehicle management system) is built based on the dSPACE with MATLAB/Simulink, along with the RTW toolbox (real time ...


VM-based Architecture for Network Monitoring and Analysis

Qiang Li; Qinfen Hao; Limin Xiao; Zhoujun Li 2008 The 9th International Conference for Young Computer Scientists, 2008

A single physical machine provides multiple network monitoring and analysis services (e.g., IDS, QoS) which are installed on the same operating system. Isolation between services is weak and it is difficult to decide the optimum allocation of resources for each service. This paper presents a virtual- machine-based architecture for network traffic monitoring and analysis. Through virtualization, a machine under the ...


Unsupervised speaker indexing using speaker model selection based on Bayesian information criterion

M. Nishida; T. Kawahara Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, 2003. Proceedings. (ICASSP '03). 2003 IEEE International Conference on, 2003

The paper addresses unsupervised speaker indexing for discussion audio archives. In discussions, the speaker changes frequently, thus the duration of utterances is very short and its variation is large, which causes significant problems in applying conventional methods such as model adaptation and variance-BIC (Bayesian information criterion) methods. We propose a flexible framework that selects an optimal speaker model (GMM or ...


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PJRMI: remote method invocation for a persistent system

S. Spence Proceedings of the International Symposium on Distributed Objects and Applications, 1999

The paper describes PJRMI: support for remote method invocation in the context of the object oriented, orthogonally persistent system of the PJama project. It examines the issues raised by combining orthogonal persistence with distribution. An evaluation is made of the current implementation and an indication is made of the challenges ahead


Relational profiling: enabling thread-level parallelism in virtual machines

T. Heil; J. E. Smith Proceedings 33rd Annual IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture. MICRO-33 2000, 2000

Virtual machine service threads can perform many tasks in parallel with program execution such as garbage collection, dynamic compilation, and profile collection and analysis. Hardware-assisted profiling is essential for providing service threads with needed information in a flexible and efficient way. A relational profiling architecture (RPA) is proposed for meeting this goal. The RPA selects particular instructions for profiling, and ...


Hardware-In-the-Loop Simulation of Electric Vehicle Powertrain System

Hao Hu; Guoqing Xu; Yang Zhu 2009 Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference, 2009

This paper presents a design procedure of hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) for electric vehicle powertrain system modeling and simulation. First, simulation is performed in MATLAB/Simulink platform. Then, an electric vehicle powertrain hardware-in-the-loop system including BMS (battery manage system), MCU (motor control unit) and VMS (vehicle management system) is built based on the dSPACE with MATLAB/Simulink, along with the RTW toolbox (real time ...


VM-based Architecture for Network Monitoring and Analysis

Qiang Li; Qinfen Hao; Limin Xiao; Zhoujun Li 2008 The 9th International Conference for Young Computer Scientists, 2008

A single physical machine provides multiple network monitoring and analysis services (e.g., IDS, QoS) which are installed on the same operating system. Isolation between services is weak and it is difficult to decide the optimum allocation of resources for each service. This paper presents a virtual- machine-based architecture for network traffic monitoring and analysis. Through virtualization, a machine under the ...


Unsupervised speaker indexing using speaker model selection based on Bayesian information criterion

M. Nishida; T. Kawahara Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, 2003. Proceedings. (ICASSP '03). 2003 IEEE International Conference on, 2003

The paper addresses unsupervised speaker indexing for discussion audio archives. In discussions, the speaker changes frequently, thus the duration of utterances is very short and its variation is large, which causes significant problems in applying conventional methods such as model adaptation and variance-BIC (Bayesian information criterion) methods. We propose a flexible framework that selects an optimal speaker model (GMM or ...


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    Internet telephony is the integration and convergence of voice and data networks, services, and applications. The rapidly developing technology can convert analog voice input to digital data, send it over available networked channels, and then convert it back to voice output. Traditional circuit- switching networks such as telephone lines can be used together with packet- switching networks such as the Internet, thereby merging communication modes such as email, voice mail, fax, pager, real-time human speech, and multimedia videoconferencing into a single integrated system. Because Internet telephony allows the interchangeable and seamless use of phones, computers, personal digital assistants, TV cables, wireless, and Web technology, myriad combinations become possible.The transformation of the Internet from a network application using phone lines to a general communications infrastructure through which voice is but one of many data types offered has a wide impact on applications, architectures, networks, economics, public policy, industry structures, regulation, and service providers. This book explores these and other issues, and considers future scenarios as Internet telephony continues to alter the communications landscape.Contributors David D. Clark, Daniel Fryxell, William Lehr, Brett Leida, Terrence P. McGarty, Lee W. McKnight, Philip Mutooni, Husham Sharifi, Marc S. Shuster, Marvin Sirbu, David Tennenhouse, Kanchana Wanichkorn, Jonathan Weinberg.

  • Applications, Architectures, and Industry Structures

    Internet telephony is the integration and convergence of voice and data networks, services, and applications. The rapidly developing technology can convert analog voice input to digital data, send it over available networked channels, and then convert it back to voice output. Traditional circuit- switching networks such as telephone lines can be used together with packet- switching networks such as the Internet, thereby merging communication modes such as email, voice mail, fax, pager, real-time human speech, and multimedia videoconferencing into a single integrated system. Because Internet telephony allows the interchangeable and seamless use of phones, computers, personal digital assistants, TV cables, wireless, and Web technology, myriad combinations become possible.The transformation of the Internet from a network application using phone lines to a general communications infrastructure through which voice is but one of many data types offered has a wide impact on applications, architectures, networks, economics, public policy, industry structures, regulation, and service providers. This book explores these and other issues, and considers future scenarios as Internet telephony continues to alter the communications landscape.Contributors David D. Clark, Daniel Fryxell, William Lehr, Brett Leida, Terrence P. McGarty, Lee W. McKnight, Philip Mutooni, Husham Sharifi, Marc S. Shuster, Marvin Sirbu, David Tennenhouse, Kanchana Wanichkorn, Jonathan Weinberg.

  • Economics and Costs

    Internet telephony is the integration and convergence of voice and data networks, services, and applications. The rapidly developing technology can convert analog voice input to digital data, send it over available networked channels, and then convert it back to voice output. Traditional circuit- switching networks such as telephone lines can be used together with packet- switching networks such as the Internet, thereby merging communication modes such as email, voice mail, fax, pager, real-time human speech, and multimedia videoconferencing into a single integrated system. Because Internet telephony allows the interchangeable and seamless use of phones, computers, personal digital assistants, TV cables, wireless, and Web technology, myriad combinations become possible.The transformation of the Internet from a network application using phone lines to a general communications infrastructure through which voice is but one of many data types offered has a wide impact on applications, architectures, networks, economics, public policy, industry structures, regulation, and service providers. This book explores these and other issues, and considers future scenarios as Internet telephony continues to alter the communications landscape.Contributors David D. Clark, Daniel Fryxell, William Lehr, Brett Leida, Terrence P. McGarty, Lee W. McKnight, Philip Mutooni, Husham Sharifi, Marc S. Shuster, Marvin Sirbu, David Tennenhouse, Kanchana Wanichkorn, Jonathan Weinberg.

  • Markets, Strategies, and Regulation

    Internet telephony is the integration and convergence of voice and data networks, services, and applications. The rapidly developing technology can convert analog voice input to digital data, send it over available networked channels, and then convert it back to voice output. Traditional circuit- switching networks such as telephone lines can be used together with packet- switching networks such as the Internet, thereby merging communication modes such as email, voice mail, fax, pager, real-time human speech, and multimedia videoconferencing into a single integrated system. Because Internet telephony allows the interchangeable and seamless use of phones, computers, personal digital assistants, TV cables, wireless, and Web technology, myriad combinations become possible.The transformation of the Internet from a network application using phone lines to a general communications infrastructure through which voice is but one of many data types offered has a wide impact on applications, architectures, networks, economics, public policy, industry structures, regulation, and service providers. This book explores these and other issues, and considers future scenarios as Internet telephony continues to alter the communications landscape.Contributors David D. Clark, Daniel Fryxell, William Lehr, Brett Leida, Terrence P. McGarty, Lee W. McKnight, Philip Mutooni, Husham Sharifi, Marc S. Shuster, Marvin Sirbu, David Tennenhouse, Kanchana Wanichkorn, Jonathan Weinberg.

  • About the Authors

    Internet telephony is the integration and convergence of voice and data networks, services, and applications. The rapidly developing technology can convert analog voice input to digital data, send it over available networked channels, and then convert it back to voice output. Traditional circuit- switching networks such as telephone lines can be used together with packet- switching networks such as the Internet, thereby merging communication modes such as email, voice mail, fax, pager, real-time human speech, and multimedia videoconferencing into a single integrated system. Because Internet telephony allows the interchangeable and seamless use of phones, computers, personal digital assistants, TV cables, wireless, and Web technology, myriad combinations become possible.The transformation of the Internet from a network application using phone lines to a general communications infrastructure through which voice is but one of many data types offered has a wide impact on applications, architectures, networks, economics, public policy, industry structures, regulation, and service providers. This book explores these and other issues, and considers future scenarios as Internet telephony continues to alter the communications landscape.Contributors David D. Clark, Daniel Fryxell, William Lehr, Brett Leida, Terrence P. McGarty, Lee W. McKnight, Philip Mutooni, Husham Sharifi, Marc S. Shuster, Marvin Sirbu, David Tennenhouse, Kanchana Wanichkorn, Jonathan Weinberg.

  • Networks and Media

    Internet telephony is the integration and convergence of voice and data networks, services, and applications. The rapidly developing technology can convert analog voice input to digital data, send it over available networked channels, and then convert it back to voice output. Traditional circuit- switching networks such as telephone lines can be used together with packet- switching networks such as the Internet, thereby merging communication modes such as email, voice mail, fax, pager, real-time human speech, and multimedia videoconferencing into a single integrated system. Because Internet telephony allows the interchangeable and seamless use of phones, computers, personal digital assistants, TV cables, wireless, and Web technology, myriad combinations become possible.The transformation of the Internet from a network application using phone lines to a general communications infrastructure through which voice is but one of many data types offered has a wide impact on applications, architectures, networks, economics, public policy, industry structures, regulation, and service providers. This book explores these and other issues, and considers future scenarios as Internet telephony continues to alter the communications landscape.Contributors David D. Clark, Daniel Fryxell, William Lehr, Brett Leida, Terrence P. McGarty, Lee W. McKnight, Philip Mutooni, Husham Sharifi, Marc S. Shuster, Marvin Sirbu, David Tennenhouse, Kanchana Wanichkorn, Jonathan Weinberg.



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