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Providing Quality of Service Guarantees Using Only Edge Routers

Sudeept Bhatnagar & Brett J. Vickers
Providing strict bandwidth guarantees to packet flows in the Internet is an inherently challenging task. It requires signaling mechanisms, policing mechanisms, accurate and rapid accounting of network resources, and call admission control. We present a novel protocol that provides bandwidth guarantees to Internet packet flows. This protocol, called the Edge-assisted Quality of Service (EQOS) protocol, requires modifications to only a subset of an administrative domain’s routers, namely the edge routers on the domain’s periphery. Legacy...

Passaic River Newark Bay to Two Bridges Flood Control Plan Sta. 428+00 to 460+60

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Map of Passaic River, Newark Bay to Two Bridges. Flood Control Plan Sta. 428+00 to 460+60.

The Jersey ShoreLine Vol. 18 no. 1

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The Jersey ShoreLine is published quarterly by the New Jersey Cooperative Extension Service through the New Jersey Sea Grant Extension Service in cooperation with the New Jersey Marine Science Consortium.

Passaic River Newark Bay to Two Bridges Flood Control Plan Sta. 681+59 to 709+34

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Map of Passaic River, Newark Bay to Two Bridges. Flood Control Plan Sta. 681+59 to 709+34.

Passaic River Newark Bay to Two Bridges Flood Control Plan Sta. 737+70 to 766+55

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Map of Passaic River, Newark Bay to Two Bridges. Flood Control Plan Sta. 737+70 to 766+55.

Voltage-gated proton channel contributes to secondary damage following spinal cord injury

Jiaying Zheng
Traumatic injury to the spinal cord initiates a series of destructive cellular processes that exacerbate tissue damage at and beyond the original site of injury. These processes include oxidative stress responses and pro-inflammatory cascades that can lead to neuronal loss and demyelination of surviving axons. Previous work in our lab has shown that the voltage-gated proton channel Hv1 is necessary for NADPH oxidase-dependent reactive oxygen species (ROS) production by microglia. This means that Hv1 mediated...

Lessons from Nevada for Atlantic City: A report on the environmental impacts of casino development in Reno, Lake Tahoe, and Las Vegas

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Nevada's experience in locating and designing hotel-casinos and coping with the environmental impacts of casinos and related development offers insights for decision-makers responsible for guiding the proper growth and revitalization of the Atlantic City region, in response to the 1976 constitutional referendum authorizing casino gambling in Atlantic City. In part, Nevada offers vivid examples of what New Jersey should avoid in terms of adverse environmental impacts attributable to the rapid growth caused by casino development....

Plan of Defilement of Governor's Island

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Map shows profiles and plans for the islands, as well as high and low water marks.

Maternal lactocrine programming of the porcine uterus

Ashley George
Nursing ensures lactocrine delivery of milk-borne bioactive factors to offspring and the lactocrine hypothesis for maternal programming proposes that disruption of lactocrine communication from birth (postnatal day = PND 0) affects both the program and trajectory of porcine uterine development. Establishment of a model system for study of lactocrine-sensitive uterine organizational events shortly after birth in the neonate and for identification of potentially lactocrine-active factors found in porcine colostrum, such as insulin-like growth factor 1...

Why do I feel homesick at a diverse university?

Ana Celia Rodriguez
Latinx first generation college students face challenges on college campuses that may make it more difficult to adjust. First, they are dealing with a steep learning curve from having a lack of knowledge about college compared to students whose parents have a college degree. Secondly, they may also be dealing with racial tension, racial microaggressions, and cultural incongruity between home and school which influences a negative campus cultural climate. The purpose of this qualitative case...

The Jersey ShoreLine Vol. 3 no. 3

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The Jersey ShoreLine is published quarterly by the New Jersey Cooperative Extension Service through the New Jersey Sea Grant Marine Advisory Service in cooperation with the New Jersey Marine Science Consortium.

State of New Jersey Board of Public Utility Commissioners - Statistics of public utilities for the year 1914

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This is the State of New Jersey Board of Public Utility Commissioners - Statistics of public utilities for the year 1914.

Map showing pierhead line and bulkhead line on Navesink or North Shrewsbury River in the Borough of Red Bank in the County of Monmouth - Adopted February 16, 1931

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Map showing pierhead line and bulkhead line on the Navesink River in the Borough of Red Bank. Board of Commerce and Navigation map number 326.

Exploring the Design and Implementation of Vehicular Networked Systems

Liviu Iftode, Cristian Borcea, Nishkam Ravi & Tamer Nadeem
In this paper we present the design of a vehicular computing platform starting from hardware up to the application layer. In particular, we present a network protocol stack consisting of several new, vehicle-specific layers such as (i) Data Validation and Caching, (ii) Store and Forward Message Routing, (iii) In-Network Processing, and (iv) a Location-aware Publish-Subscribe framework, which uses GPRS/3G links to efficiently route high-priority messages between disconnected ad-hoc networks. We point out the key issues...

Maps of Edward Batchelor property along various bodies of water

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A series of three maps which show property lands belonging to Edward Batchelor and the several bodies of water which are adjacent to them.

Denarius - Sydenham 1338 - Crawford 540/2

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Sydenham says the figure in the temple is Caesar and places the mint location in Africa (Carthage).

Delaware River Basin Commission: Annual report 1981

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This 1981 annual report observes the twentieth anniversary of the Delaware River Basin Compact, the formal interstate commitment, joined by the federal government, to restore water comity to the basin region. It relates how the five equal-partner signatories repeatedly have turned to the Compact for successful resolution of water problems that cross interstate borders.

Exploring reflective trends in academically at-risk students through microanalysis

Brittany C. Velardi
This study sought to examine the nature of reflection-phase processes exhibited by forty-two academically at-risk middle school students during a test reflection activity with mathematics exam scores. Specifically, the nature and types of students’ attributions and adaptive inferences during a reflective activity were examined to gain insight into student perceptions of the causes of their academic performance and their perceptions of the ways to improve future performance in mathematics. In addition to exploring within-subject effects,...

Technologies for tracking genome variations in duckweed and other species

Philomena N. Chu
Near-term and future increases in global population overburden our energy resources as we seek solutions to unstable foreign petroleum pricing and its associated problems with climate change and ecological biosphere integrity. Renewable and sustainable biofuels have the potential to replace existing transportation fuels and dampen their related problems.Small but versatile, duckweed is an aquatic plant that can be used in a variety of applications such as biofuels, animal feed, and wastewater remediation. This dissertation addresses...

Riparian & Stream Survey

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Sheet 1: Map shows plan for bridges in Robinsons Branch, as well as water depths and coordinates of specific points.Sheet 2: Map shows plans for Monroe Street Bridge, Pennsylvania Railroad, and Elizabeth Avenue Bridge.Sheet 3: Map shows plans for Monroe Street Bridge and others, as well as water depths.Sheet 4: Map shows plans for various bridges in Union County, and also includes water depths.

Simulated synoptic variability and storm tracks over North America at the last glacial maximum

Robert Pawlak
Transient eddy activity over North America during a simulated Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) is modeled by measuring synoptic variability, Eady growth rate, and comparing daily time series distribution plots of 2-m reference temperatures. The role of transient eddies in the climate, south of the Laurentide Ice Sheet (LIS), is not well understood. Quantifying changes to transient eddy activity will assist future climate modelers who wish to simulate the climate of an ice sheet terminating in...

A molecular dynamics study of phobic/philic nano-patterning on pool boiling heat transfer

Ricardo Diaz & Zhixiong Guo
Molecular dynamics (MD) simulations were employed to investigate the pool boiling heat transfer of a liquid argon thin film on a flat, horizontal copper wall structured with vertical nanoscale pillars. The efficacy of phobic/philic nano-patterning for enhancing boiling heat transfer was scrutinized. Both nucleate and explosive boiling modes were considered. An error analysis demonstrated that the typical 2.5σ cutoff in MD simulations could under-predict heat flux by about 8.7%, and 6σ cutoff was chosen here...

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