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This in tum defines the node in the quadtree to which this the new filter belongs to. If the node does not exist, a new quadtree node is initialized and inserted. Space Decomposition Techniques for Fast Layer-4 Switching 37 2. Insert the prefixes in the projection lists: The endpoints of the X and Y prefixes of this filter are inserted to the list of prefix keys at the node using ordinary binary search procedure. 3. Update equal and less-than fields of keys: The insertion of a new prefix into the X and Y prefix lists at the node can alter the equal and less-than fields of each key in the prefix endpoint list at the node.

JN. JN entries each. /N) at the expense of 40 Part 2: Switching and Routing at most a single additional memory access during search. This memory access is needed only if the entry does not store its own less-than value and we need to revert to checking the container's value. Extensions of this basic to multiple layers of partitioning and the update behavior are described in more detail in [10, 1]. 6. PERFORMANCE ESTIMATION Table 2 shows the worst-case update and search times we expect to see for our algorithm when running on a typical processor used in workstations or Pes.

ETH, Zurich, July 1999. HOW MANY WAVELENGTHS DO WE REALLY NEED IN AN INTERNET OPTICAL BACKBONE? Joe Bannister, Joe Touch, Alan Willner University of Southern California/IS/ and Dept. of EE-Systems joseph@ isi. edu, willner@ solar. usc. edu Stephen Suryaputra Norte/ Networks ssuryapu@ norte/networks. com ABSTRACT Coupling Internet protocol (IP) routers with wavelength-selective optical crossconnects makes it possible to support existing Internet infrastructure in a wavelength-division multiplexing optical network.

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