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The data plane, control plane and management plane each have different characteristics, functions and security requirements in the network. They also operate at different speeds. It is especially important to understand how these planes work in a software-defined network (SDN) because it helps network administrators to use a software application to configure the network and optimize its speed in an agile manner.

In conventional networking, all three planes are implemented in the firmware of routers and switches. SDN decouples the data and control planes. It also removes the control plane from network hardware and implements it in software. Since there is no need to change the configuration of physical equipment, SDN enables programmatic access and consequently makes network administration much more flexible.

Moving the control plane to software also allows dynamic access and administration of the network. Network admins can shape traffic from a centralized control console without having to touch individual switches. They can also change the rules of any switch when necessary to prioritize, de-prioritize or even block specific types of data packets while maintaining a granular level of control.

Funding: This research was supported by funding from the Thomas Meloy Foundation and Grant Number R03HD070683 from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development or the National Institutes of Health. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.

Thirty-eight groups of three children (114 children total) participated in the study. Each group consisted of one target participant with ASD and two TD peers. Following data collection, five groups were excluded from data analysis for the following reasons: (a) the child with ASD changed schools after the first session, (b) one of the TD peers decided that they did not want to be video recorded after the second session, and (c) three participants with ASD did not meet the screening criteria for ASD on the SCQ and SSRS. The final sample included 33 groups with 99 children total. Study participants were spread across 15 inclusion classrooms in four different mainstream schools throughout the greater Brisbane area in Australia.

In order to account for the nested study design (i.e., multiple assessments nested within individuals nested within classrooms nested within schools) and count data as the outcome variable (i.e., number of intervals per minute in which a behavior occurred), we used hierarchical generalized linear modeling (HGLM) for data analysis of our primary hypotheses. HGLM, or generalized linear mixed modeling, offers an effective procedure for nested, longitudinal, non-linear, and non-normal data [45]. For most models, we conducted the standard HGLM for count data by specifying a Poisson distribution sampling model with a log-link function [46]. For outcome variables with overdispersion, we specified a negative binomial sampling model with a log-link function [47]. We used the generalized linear mixed model procedure available within the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) Version 20.0 [48].

There are several data transformation techniques that can help structure and clean up the data before analysis or storage in a data warehouse. Let's study all techniques used for data transformation, some of which we have already studied in data reduction and data cleaning.

Data collection or aggregation is the method of storing and presenting data in a summary format. The data may be obtained from multiple data sources to integrate these data sources into a data analysis description. This is a crucial step since the accuracy of data analysis insights is highly dependent on the quantity and quality of the data used. 350c69d7ab


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