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Ch_5

Hari Mohan Pandey Laxmi Publications PDF

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I NTRODUCTION TO

L OOPING STR

UCTURE IN ‘C’

TRUCTURE

T

he Chapter takes you to a long journey of one of the most important and very useful programming construct, the loop. A basic introduction to loop is given in the beginning of the Chapter.

Introduction to all different types of loops while, for and do-while available in C is given.

While loop is explained in detail with the help of lot of programming examples in the step-by-step manner i.e., starting from basic small programs up to complex programs have been explained in a lucid manner. Common programming errors in the usage are also pin pointed through small programs. Use of break and continue statement is illustrated with examples.

The most frequently used for loop is explained in greater length with programming examples ranging from factorial, prime number, to pattern displaying programs with the help of nesting of for loops. Additional programming examples have been given as two parts. In the section 5.10 do-while loop is discussed with its unique features of executing at least once even condition is false. Differences between do-while loop and while loop are discussed.

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Instruction Cache Pre-Loading Method to Reduce Initial Cold-Misses using SDRAM Burst Transfer

Hamid R. Arabnia, Leonidas Deligiannidis, George Jandieri, Ashu M. G. Solo, Fernando G. Tinetti CSREA Press PDF

Int'l Conf. Embedded Systems and Applications | ESA'14 |

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Instruction Cache Pre-Loading Method to Reduce Initial

Cold-Misses using SDRAM Burst Transfer

Hyo-Joong Suh1

School of Computer Science and Information Engineering,

The Catholic University of Korea, Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea

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Abstract - Minimize of response latency of user interactive systems such as a mobile phone is important issue due to seamless user responsiveness. But initial slack of execution is invoked by concentration of cold-misses at an application beginning time. This study focuses on every SDRAM access by cache misses incurs wasteful latencies by RAS-CAS driving sequence of SDRAM, and proposes a pre-loading method to remove the unnecessary access latency by cache image transfer using SDRAM burst transfer mode. Simulation results show the proposed method improves initial slack of execution.

Keywords: access latency, cold-miss, instruction cache, image pre-loading, SDRAM

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Introduction

User interactivity is important part of comfortable use of

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Security Applications

Edited by Kevin Daimi, Hamid R. Arabnia CSREA Press PDF

Int'l Conf. Security and Management | SAM'17 |

159

SESSION

SECURITY APPLICATIONS

Chair(s)

TBA

ISBN: 1-60132-467-7, CSREA Press ©

160

Int'l Conf. Security and Management | SAM'17 |

ISBN: 1-60132-467-7, CSREA Press ©

Int'l Conf. Security and Management | SAM'17 |

161

Privacy-Enhanced and Fair Matchmaking System

Applications and Analysis of Protocol, Architecture, and Performance

Dwight Horne and Suku Nair

AT&T Center for Virtualization at SMU

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, 75275 rhorne@smu.edu, nair@lyle.smu.edu

Abstract—The Prom Problem (TPP) represents a class of challenges requiring fair and privacy-enhanced matchmaking with identity linked wishes (ILW). ILW are wishes linked to specific identities and the validity of them relies on anonymous verification that all linked identities have those same wishes. In this paper we show where TPP is positioned within a taxonomy of privacy enhanced technologies (PETs) and contribute an example embodiment of a protocol that has been demonstrated to satisfy the security properties of TPP with practical performance characteristics. Moreover, we present applications beyond dating and relationships to include voting negotiations in legislative bodies, corporate mergers and acquisitions, and difficult peace or treaty negotiations to emphasize the potential of this PET.

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Efficient Packet Cache Utilization of a Network Node for Traffic Reduction

Hamid R. Arabnia; Victor A. Clincy; Leonidas Deligiannidis; Ashu M. G. Solo; and Fernando G. Tinetti (Editors) Mercury Learning and Information PDF

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Int'l Conf. Internet Computing and Big Data | ICOMP'13 |

Efficient Packet Cache Utilization of a Network Node for

Traffic Reduction

Yuki Otaka and Akiko Narita

Graduate school of Science and Technology, Hirosaki University, Hirosaki, Aomori, Japan

Abstract - In recent years, large amounts of redundant data are often delivered in a short time. For example, a video streaming sender sends data to multiple receivers concurrently. We proposed network nodes in order to reduce such redundant traffic in TCP/IP network with packet cache.

An upstream node compresses data into a small identifier and a downstream node reconstructs. In this paper, we present format of a packet and cache, techniques and strategies to search and replace elements in the cache. We implemented the method to computer network for experiment and carried out measurements. We obtained enough hit rates and high reduction rates that agree with ideal case.

Keywords: traffic reduction; network node; packet cache;

TCP

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Introduction

In recent years, large amounts of data are transmitted in computer networks. They are often redundant, that is, the same contents are transferred multiply. For example, a host machine serves video streaming to multiple receivers. If we can reduce redundant traffic, we can utilize limited bandwidth of computer network effectively.

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Object Selection by Grouping of Straight Edge Segments in Digital Images

Hamid R. Arabnia; Leonidas Deligiannidis; Joan Lu; Fernando G. Tinetti; Jane You; George Jandieri; Gerald Schaefer; Ashu M. G. Solo; and Vladimir Volkov (Editors) Mercury Learning and Information PDF

Int'l Conf. IP, Comp. Vision, and Pattern Recognition | IPCV'13 |

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