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    Could you please correct 5 english sentences?

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    could you please correct these five sentences for me? Thanks a lot.

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    As the speed of computer networks grows, all network devices have to work faster to keep up with services running in the network. LPM (longest prefix match) is one of the most time-consuming network operations which has to be done in every router. This article proposes a new Generic Hash Tree Bitmap LPM algorithm for fast longest prefix match for both both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. The algorithm takes full advantage of using hash function, which is used to jump over the sparse part of the IP prefix tree.

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    Re: Could you please correct 5 english sentences?

    Quote Originally Posted by Arrabbella View Post
    Good morning,

    could you please correct these five sentences for me? Thanks a lot.

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    As the speed of computer networks grows, all network devices have to work faster to keep up with services running in the network. LPM (longest prefix match) is one of the most time-consuming network operations which has to be done in every router. This article proposes a new Generic Hash Tree Bitmap LPM algorithm for fast longest prefix match for both both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. The algorithm takes full advantage of using the hash function, which is used to jump over the sparse part/areas of the IP prefix tree.
    The grammar is excellent. The grammar changes I made are very minor. "Areas" is just slightly more formal than "part." It's written for a knowledgeable audience so I think they will have no problems or distractions as it's written.

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    Re: Could you please correct 5 english sentences?

    Mr_Ben: Thank you!

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    Re: Could you please correct 5 english sentences?

    I suggest "performed" instead of "done."
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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