Dong H.,ZJUT |
Fan J.,ZJUT |
IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems | Year: 2013
Rule engine technologies have been widely used in the development of enterprise information systems. However, these rule-based systems may suffer the problem of low performance, when there is a large amount of facts data to be matched with the rules. The way of cluster or grid to construct rule engines can flexibly expand system processing capability by increasing cluster scale, and acquire shorter response time. In order to speed up pattern matching in rule engine, a double hash filter approach for alpha network, combined with beta node indexing, is proposed to improve Rete algorithm in this paper. By using fact type node in Rete network, a hash map about 'fact type - fact type node' is built in root node, and hash maps about 'attribute constraint - alpha node' are constructed in fact type nodes. This kind of double hash mechanism can speed up the filtration of facts in alpha network. Meanwhile, hash tables with the indexes cal-culated through fact objects, are built in memories of beta nodes, to avoid unnecessary iteration in the join operations of beta nodes. In addition, rule engine based on this improved Rete algorithm is applied in the enterprise information systems. The experimental results show that this method can effectively speed up the pattern matching, and significantly decrease the response time of the application systems. © 2013 The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers.
Tang L.-L.,HITSZ |
Pan J.-S.,HITSZ |
Luo H.,ZJU |
IEICE Transactions on Communications | Year: 2012
A novel watermarked MDC system based on the SFQ algorithm and the sub-sampling method is proposed in this paper. Subsampling algorithm is applied onto the transformed image to introduce some redundancy between different channels. Secret information is embedded into the preprocessed sub-images. Good performance of the new system to defense the noise and the compression attacks is shown in the experimental results. Copyright © 2012 The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers.