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  Partial evaluation of string obfuscations for Java malware detection
Chawdhary A., Singh R., King A.  Formal Aspects of Computing 29(1): 33-55, 2017. Type: Article

Cyber security has become a major concern in government, industry, and academia and in the everyday lives of individuals. How we secure our information systems and maintain the privacy and integrity of our online presence and data is a significant...

Oct 2 2017
  Java 9 revealed
Sharan K.,  Apress, New York, NY, 2017.Type: Book (9781484225912)

Java 9 is the latest version of one of the most popular programming languages currently in use. As I am writing this review, Java 9 is under an intense reviewing process. How to adopt and migrate existing code to Java 9 will soon be important. ...

Aug 11 2017
  Design and implementation of Java bindings in Open MPI
Vega-Gisbert O., Roman J., Squyres J.  Parallel Computing 59(C): 1-20, 2016. Type: Article

You should read this paper if you’re tasked with parallelizing an existing Java application or building a new parallel application with Java and performance is important to you. If you have previously developed with message passing interface...

Jun 14 2017
  Android how to program (3rd ed.)
Deitel P., Deitel H.,  Pearson, London, UK, 2016. 848 pp. Type: Book (978-0-134444-30-7)

There are many “learn Android” books on the market. What distinguishes this book from the rest is how it guides readers in creating complete apps that can be run on phones and tablets. The sample apps include a calculator, weather, Twi...

Apr 11 2017
  Sams teach yourself Java in 21 days (7th ed.)
Cadenhead R.,  Sams, Indianapolis, IN, 2016. 720 pp. Type: Book (978-0-672337-10-9)

The claim that a person can learn any programming language in 21 days needs to be put into perspective. To address this concern, the famed artificial intelligence researcher Peter Norvig [1] wrote a strong essay regarding any “get rich (in k...

Jan 30 2017
   An approach to checking consistency between UML class model and its Java implementation
Chavez H., Shen W., France R., Mechling B., Li G.  IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 42(4): 322-344, 2016. Type: Article

Checking for consistency between a design and its implementation is usually done manually. It is crucial to check that the diagrams, especially class diagrams, developed at the design level are consistent with the system as developed at the implem...

Jan 12 2017
  Java XML and JSON
Friesen J.,  Apress, New York, NY, 2016. 257 pp. Type: Book (978-1-484219-15-7)

Java XML and JSON can be used as both a self-study guide and a reference for Extensible Markup Language (XML) and JSON documents and their processing in Java. The book is ideal for Java programmers needing to develop applications that read, write,...

Dec 9 2016
   Computer science: an interdisciplinary approach
Sedgewick R., Wayne K.,  Addison-Wesley Professional, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2016. 1168 pp. Type: Book (978-0-134076-42-3), Reviews: (2 of 2)

I’ve decided to say here at the beginning that this book is outstanding and that it has my highest recommendation, both for self-study and as a text for undergraduate students who are serious about computing. The book’s content, organi...

Dec 2 2016
  Building maintainable software: ten guidelines for future-proof code (Java edition)
Visser J.,  O’Reilly Media, Inc., Sebastopol, CA, 2016. 168 pp. Type: Book (978-1-491953-52-5)

Building maintainable software starts by formulating some generic concepts of software architecture that can be applied to various software engineering, architecture, and programming language environments....

Nov 18 2016
  Big data 2.0 processing systems: taxonomy and open challenges
Bajaber F., Elshawi R., Batarfi O., Altalhi A., Barnawi A., Sakr S.  Journal of Grid Computing 14(3): 379-405, 2016. Type: Article

The digital universe is growing in size rapidly and will reach 40 zettabytes in 2020. There are many reasons for this growth, including the Internet of Things (IoT), and new users buying smartphones, tablets, and personal computers (PCs). This hug...

Nov 11 2016
 
 
 
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