Issue 3 • 7 June 2004
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The paper proposes a system capable of identifying and categorising Web pages on the basis of information filtering. The system is a three-layer probabilistic neural network (PNN) with biases and radial basis neurons in the middle layer and competitive neurons in the output layer. The domain of study involves the e-commerce area. Thus, the PNN scopes to identify e-commerce Web pages and classify t... View full abstract»
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Network servers often need to process a large amount of network events asynchronously. They usually use select() or poll() to retrieve events from file descriptors. However, previous researches have shown that these system calls scale poorly when the number of open connections is significantly increased. Several kernel-level solutions have been proposed. In the paper, the authors first compare sev... View full abstract»
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