Recipe for success: how fast table look-up makes high-speed communications possible

Cravotta, Nicholas
October 2000
EDN;10/12/2000, Vol. 45 Issue 21, p45
Trade Publication
Examines the use of table look-up by intelligent routers in high-speed data processing. Types of table look-up; Reduction of table complexity and memory requirements; Ways to minimize table-management delays; Methods of table management.


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