309 Works

A Study of Feature Scattering in the Linux Kernel

Leonardo Passos, Rodrigo Queiroz, Mukelabai Mukelabai, Thorsten Berger, Sven Apel, Krzysztof Czarnecki & Jesús Padilla
Feature code is often scattered across a software system. Scattering is not necessarily bad if used with care, as witnessed by systems with highly scattered features that evolved successfully. Feature scattering, often realized with a pre-processor, circumvents limitations of programming languages and software architectures. Unfortunately, little is known about the principles governing scattering in large and long-living software systems. We present a longitudinal study of feature scattering in the Linux kernel, complemented by a survey...

A Study of Feature Scattering in the Linux Kernel

Leonardo Passos, Rodrigo Queiroz, Mukelabai Mukelabai, Thorsten Berger, Sven Apel, Krzysztof Czarnecki & Jesús Padilla
Feature code is often scattered across a software system. Scattering is not necessarily bad if used with care, as witnessed by systems with highly scattered features that evolved successfully. Feature scattering, often realized with a pre-processor, circumvents limitations of programming languages and software architectures. Unfortunately, little is known about the principles governing scattering in large and long-living software systems. We present a longitudinal study of feature scattering in the Linux kernel, complemented by a survey...

PerTract: Models, Measurements, Analysis

Johannes Kroß
This dataset contains the performance models, simulation and monitoring results, and analysis scripts that we used for our evaluation.

Detecting Damaged Buildings on Post-Hurricane Satellite Imagery Based on Customized Convolutional Neural Networks

Quoc Dung Cao & Youngjun Choe
After a hurricane, damage assessment is critical to emergency managers and first responders so that resources can be planned and allocated appropriately. One way to gauge the damage extent is to detect and quantify the number of damaged buildings, which is traditionally done through driving around the affected area. This process can be labor intensive and time-consuming. In this paper, utilizing the availability and readiness of satellite imagery, we propose to improve the efficiency and...

MM-TBM evaluation datasets

Georgios Ioannou, Panos Louvieris & Natalie Clewley
These datasets were generated in a computer network environment where eXfiltration Advanced Persistent Threats were launched against a number of high-value targets.It is the alert log of the Security Onion SIEM which aggregates alerts from network and host-based intrusion detection systems that are securing the network environment.Background traffic and attack clutter (noise) are also injected in the network alongside the cyber attacks. In order to confuse the algorithm, clutter attacks generate similar evidence to that...

Spectroreflectometric dactiloscopy

O.V. Gradov
Spectroreflectometric techniques for dactiloscopy and optical nail diagnostics are proposed and aproved on "DATACOLOR 3890"-based measuring system.

Nanovoltampermeter-based bioacoustic carrier wave analyzer

O.V. Gradov & E.D. Adamovic
Videosupplement for the reports [Gradov et al., 2010; Adamovich et al., 2014]. For exaple, see (in open access)article Adamovich E.D. [NON-STANDARD EQUIPMENT FOR NEW BIOACUSTIC METROLOGY] //Biomedical Engineering and Electronics]. - 2017. - Issue 1. -DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.4879859 [in Russian] {URL:http://biofbe.esrae.ru/pdf/2017/1/1090.pdf} .

PULS SPANNUNGSMESSGERÄT UND DIE ELEKTROPHYSIOLOGIE DER PFLANZEN (FUR WISSENSCHAFTLICHER STREIT, EINE GELEHRTE FEHDE)

E.D. Adamovich
Pulse millivoltmeter is designed to measure the amplitude of a sequence of rectangular video pulses of positive and negative polarities, amplitudes of radio rectangular and sinusoidal voltages. It can be used for linear transformation of the amplitude of the periodic pulses of DC voltage.

Different Linter Classes

Patrícia Araújo, Iális Paula Júnior & Jarbas Sá Junior
This database has five different linter quality classes (short cotton fibers), linter has wide applicability in the production of surgical tissue, paper money among other applications. The images available were used to classify the product in an industrial process, through the use of computer vision techniques.

SEM-assisted (LVEM-assisted) isopotential mapping of dielectric charging of the nonwoven fabric structures using Sobel–Feldman operator (Sobel filter)

O. Gradov & A. Olkhov
VideoSupplement "SEM-assisted (LVEM-assisted) isopotential mapping of dielectric charging of the nonwoven fabric structures using Sobel–Feldman operator (Sobel filter)" for our article in russian journal (translated in English).

Beijing taxi trip data_sample

Yu Liu

3D point cloud library

Jan Elseberg Dorit Borrmann

Investigation of space weather hazards at ocean-continent boundaries using FDTD

Bach Nguyen Santosh Pokhrel

Convolutional neural network errors

Fernando Fernandes Dos Santos

Projectiles Optimization (PRO) algorithm

Mohammad Rasoul Kahrizi

Investigating Velopharyngeal Closure Force with Linear Regression

Jamie L. Perry Anish Sana

Automation and Analysis of Chest X-ray and Microscopy images for tuberculosis detection

DR.SYED IRTIZA ALI SHAH SANA FATIMA

MATLAB code for simulation

Eyes in the Skies: A Data-driven Fusion Approach to Identifying Drug Crops from Remote Sensing Images Dataset

Siovani C. Felipussi Anselmo Ferreira

IS-RNN

Fei Wang

Jaw Motion and Jaw Kinematics Model

Nathan Marshak Wenwu Yang

On Automatically Assessing Code Understandability

Gabriele Bavota Simone Scalabrino

Received Signal Strength Based Gait Authentication

Michael Cheffena Marshed Mohamed

EEG Data with Audiovisual Paradigm

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