Virtual machine monitors (VMMs) are a popular platform for Internet hosting centers and cloud-based compute services. By multiplexing hardware resources among virtual machines (VMs) running commodity operating systems, VMMs decrease both the capital outlay and management overhead of hosting centers. Appropriate placement and migration policies can take advantage of statistical multiplexing to effectively utilize available processors. However, main memory is not amenable to such multiplexing and is often the primary bottleneck in achieving higher degrees of consolidation.
This paper presents a method that assists in maintaining a rule-based named-entity recognition and classification system. The underlying idea is to use a separate system, constructed with the use of machine learning, to monitor the performance of the rule-based system. The training data for the second system is generated with the use of the rule-based system, thus avoiding the need for manual tagging. The disagreement of the two systems acts as a signal for updating the rule-based system.
In this example, the intruder gains access to username/password information and sensitive
routing protocol data using an Ethernet packet decoder such as EtherPeek. The data packets
being sent are captured by the laptop running EtherPeek; the program decodes the hex data
into human-readable form. After obtaining access to information, the intruder can use this
information to gain access to a machine and then possibly copy-restricted, private infor-
mation and programs.
Measurement is a multidisciplinary experimental science. Measurement systems synergistically blend science, engineering and statistical methods to provide fundamental data for research, design and development, control of processes and operations, and facilitate safe and economic performance of systems. In recent years, measuring techniques have expanded rapidly and gained maturity, through extensive research activities and hardware advancements.
Look at the customers’ questions asked in a computer and electronics shop. Which type of
game is each customer asking about? Choose from the drop-down menus.
1 A: Will this work with Windows XP? B: It will, but it’ll run faster if you have Windows Vista. 2 The graphics are incredible, considering how small the screen is. How much is it for the Nintendo version? 3 A: Is there anything else I need in order to play this game? B: No, you just use the games controller that came with your machine. 4 A: And do I need an internet connection to play this?...
Xen, the open source virtualization tool, is a system administrator's dream. Xen is a free, high-performance virtual machine monitor that lets you consolidate your hardware and finally put those unused cycles to use—without sacrificing reliability, performance, or scalability.
The Book of Xen explains everything you need to know in order to use Xen effectively, including installation, networking, memory management, and virtualized storage.
47.6 COMPUTER HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE ORGANIZATION 47.6.1 Software Organization Basic Operation. The computer software is divisible into several modules in terms of function. Figure 47.14 shows the relationships of these modules. The monitor is a small program permanently stored in read-only memory (ROM) in the microcomputer. It performs basic traffic direction and boots up the supervisor. That is, when the computer is switched on, the monitor expects to find a program waiting to be read from a mass storage device.
The computer software is divisible into several modules in terms of function. Figure 47.14 shows the relationships of these modules. The monitor is a small program permanently stored in read-only memory (ROM) in the microcomputer. It performs basic traffic direction and boots up the supervisor. That is, when the computer is switched on, the monitor expects to find a program waiting to be read from a mass storage device. It initiates reading of this program, which is, in fact, the remainder of the permanent software. ...
Over the past few years, there has been a fundamental shift in data storage, management,
and processing. Companies are storing more data from more sources in more
formats than ever before. This isn’t just about being a “data packrat” but rather building
products, features, and intelligence predicated on knowing more about the world
(where the world can be users, searches, machine logs, or whatever is relevant to an
All projectors include a control panel allowing operation of the principal functions (format change,
operating the shutter, igniting / switching off the Xenon bulb, focus, zoom and shift* [optical
decentralisation of the picture, settings explained in § “Positioning of the projector”]).
The way to “enter into” the settings, the maintenance or the different parameters of the machine, vary
from one brand to another, even from one model to another. Certain projectors have internal...
To make the most of Check Point products and all their capabilities and features, become familiar with some basic concepts and components. This is an overview of usage, terms, and tasks to help you manage your Check Point Security Gateways.
Standalone deployment - Gateway and the Security Management server are installed on the same machine.
Distributed deployment - Gateway and the Security Management server are installed on different machines.
Countries differ in the way they channel capital to firms and in the way they reduce
information asymmetries between firms and the key financing parties. These differences
are likely to shape firms’ incentives to report earnings that reflect true economic
performance. We illustrate this idea using a stylized characterization of financial systems.
In an outsider system, like the U.K., firms rely heavily on public debt or equity
markets in raising capital. Corporate ownership is dispersed. Investors are “at arm’s
length” and do not have privileged access to information.