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  Distributed strategies for mining outliers in large data sets
Angiulli F., Basta S., Lodi S., Sartori C.  IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 25(7): 1520-1532, 2013. Type: Article

The outlier detection problem is a well-studied data mining task where the goal is to isolate data points that are significantly different from the majority of data points in a dataset. The solution to this problem plays an important role in appli...

Oct 21 2013
  Balancing privacy and utility in cross-company defect prediction
Peters F., Menzies T., Gong L., Zhang H.  IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 39(8): 1054-1068, 2013. Type: Article

Cross-company defect prediction (CCDP) uses quality assessment data from multiple companies to predict defects in software under development. The advantages of access to rich data sources outside one’s own company must be balanced with data ...

Oct 18 2013
  WYSINWYX: what you see is not what you execute
Balakrishnan G., Reps T.  ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems 32(6): 1-84, 2010. Type: Article

Source code analysis is a very well-known and well-developed area that deals with analyzing programs written in high-level languages to detect the presence of defects and to extract useful information about the program....

Nov 9 2010
  Algorithms on strings
Crochemore M., Hancart C., Lecroq T.,  Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 2007. 392 pp. Type: Book (9780521848992)

The manipulation of strings of characters is an important activity in the sciences. This book is an updated English translation of a book originally published in French in 2001. It is meant for master’s-level lectures on string ...

Apr 8 2008
  Using dense storage to solve small sparse linear systems
Morandini M., Mantegazza P.  ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software 33(1): 5-es, 2007. Type: Article

Linear systems of equations are used in many areas of engineering, science, and business. These systems may have thousands, even millions, of equations, but usually only a very small number of unknowns are used in one equation. Solving such equati...

May 30 2007
  Mapping deep nested do-loop DSP algorithms to large scale FPGA array structures
Kittitornkun S., Hu Y.  IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems 11(2): 208-217, 2003. Type: Article

In its first section, this paper introduces the new MODG design methodology for mapping an inner loop body to a configurable, linear array of processing elements (PEs). The body is represented by a loop dependence graph, while the PEs are configur...

Jan 13 2004
  Bidirectional construction of suffix trees
Inenaga S.  Nordic Journal of Computing 10(1): 52-67, 2003. Type: Article

A linear-time algorithm for the bidirectional construction of suffix trees, which are the most basic index structures used in string processing, is presented in this paper....

Oct 7 2003
  Implicit parallel programming in pH
Nikhil R.,  Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc., San Francisco, CA, 2001. 508 pp. Type: Book (9781558606449)

Graduate or advanced undergraduate students are the target audience for this book, which covers the two topics of functional programming and parallel functional programming. Although it assumes the reader is a competent programmer, no previous kno...

May 15 2002
  DAQV
Hackstadt S., Malony A.  Theoretical Computer Science 196(1-2): 289-317, 1998. Type: Article

The Distributed Array Query and Visualization (DAQV) framework is an addition to High Performance Fortran (HPF) intended to assist in a high-level analysis of data being processed on a parallel computer. Native HPF provides tools for debugging and...

Apr 1 1999
  Automatic data layout for distributed-memory machines
Kennedy K., Kremer U.  ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems 20(4): 869-916, 1998. Type: Article

In High Performance Fortran and similar languages, the user is responsible for adding explicit data distribution directives. Since this is a major impediment to the widespread use of such languages, recent research has studied automatic data distr...

Apr 1 1999
 
 
 
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