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Two main purposes of utilizing tokens are associating each client with a unique, non-spoofed ID and assigning them to a set of virtual servers based on the testing matrix. On receiving the connection request from a client, each back-end server responses with a token queue where each token is of 4-tuple: (client ID, virtual server ID, matrix version, encrypted key). “client ID” refers to the unique non-spoofed ID for each client, which we assume unchanged during the testing period (DANGER mode).
Each virtual server is equipped with an infinite request buffer and all the client requests arrive at the buffers with 0 transmission and distribution delays, as well as 1 ms access time for retrieving states from the shared memory; each server handles the incoming requests in its own buffer in FCFS manner and responds to the client on completing the corresponding request; the average response time and incoming request aggregate are recorded periodically to generate the test outcomes by comparing them to the dynamic thresholds fetched from established legitimate profiles.
Case 2 K < t (d,n). With inadequate servers to test all n clients in parallel, we can iteratively test a part of them, say n < n, where t (d, n ) ≤ |A|. The detailed scheme is depicted as follows and the pseudocode is shown in Algorithm 6. 1 Algorithm Description In the PND algorithm, all n suspect IDs are evenly distributed to all K servers as the other algorithms did at the beginning. After the first round, all identified legitimate servers. Therefore, |A| = K − G servers are IDs are packed into G = n−|S| w available for testing afterwards.
A nonlinear elliptic equation with singular potential and applications to nonlinear field equations by Badiale M., Benci V., Rolando S.