Design of Reliable and Secure Network-On-Chip Architectures

Design of Reliable and Secure Network-On-Chip Architectures

Abstract: Network-on-Chips (NoCs) became the quality communication platform for future massively parallel systems as a result of their performance, flexibility and measurability blessings. However, reliableness problems led to by scaling within the sub-20nm era threaten to undermine the advantages offered by NoCs. This thesis demonstrates style techniques that address each reliableness and security problems facing fashionable operative architectures. Continue reading Design of Reliable and Secure Network-On-Chip Architectures

Traffic Measurements in Multimedia Documents Real Time Transfer

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This work reports the results of some testing activities on the efficiency of MPEG video documents transmission in the framework of distributed multimedia databases and in presence of possible real time playout requirements. Tests have been carried out by means of a prototype of a distributed multimedia DBMS, both on local and wide area network (Internet) and with respect to different network loads. Such a prototype runs on top of a distributed environment and is based on a client-server architecture. Continue reading Traffic Measurements in Multimedia Documents Real Time Transfer