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\title{ Overleaf to Texmaker Bibtex Template }
\author{Zhen Yong Lee}
\date{May 12, 2016}
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\section{Literature Review}
\begin{enumerate}
\item \textbf{Bit Weaving} \cite{meiners_liu_torng_2012}: if match fields of two entries differ by only one bit and their action fields are same, these two entries can be merged.
\item \textbf{Dependent-set caching} \cite{katta_2014} : Each rule is assigned a ``cost'' corresponding to the number of rules that must be installed together and a ``weight'' corresponding to the number of packets expected to hit that rule. The current problem of maximizing the total weight can be formulated as a linear integer programming problem, where each rule has a variable indicating whether the rule is installed in the cache.
\end{enumerate}
\section{Research Methodology}
To verify our results, we will simulate real data center traffic by using ClassBench \cite{taylor_turner_2007}. ClassBench will be used to generate synthetic rule policy with a different type of packet classification; this will be implemented using C language.
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ClassBench is a good choice for simulating a near real data center environment. It generates synthetic rule policy with the desired rule number and dependency using a database from a real data center. In this simulation, we intend to take the standard policy Access Control List, IP Chain and Firewall from the seed files provided by ClassBench.
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@article{taylor_turner_2007,
title={ClassBench: A Packet Classification Benchmark},
volume={15},
DOI={10.1109/tnet.2007.893156},
number={3},
journal={IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking IEEE/ACM Trans. Networking},
author={Taylor, David E. and Turner, Jonathan S.},
year={2007},
pages={499–511}
}
@misc{katta_2014,
title = {Rule-Caching Algorithms for Software-Defined Networks},
howpublished = {\url{https://www.cs.princeton.edu/~jrex/papers/cacheflow-long14.pdf}},
author={Naga Katta, Omid Alipourfard, Jennifer Rexford and David Walker},
year = {2014}
}
@article{meiners_liu_torng_2012,
title={Bit Weaving: A Non-Prefix Approach to Compressing Packet Classifiers in TCAMs},
volume={20},
DOI={10.1109/tnet.2011.2165323},
number={2},
journal={IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking IEEE/ACM Trans. Networking},
author={Meiners, C. R. and Liu, A. X. and Torng, E.},
year={2012},
pages={488–500}
}
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