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Aspect-oriented RTL HW design using SystemC
Mück T., Fröhlich A. Microprocessors & Microsystems 38(2): 113-123, 2014. Type: Article
In object-oriented programming (OOP), software systems are implemented by decomposing a problem into suitable classes. But some concerns of the system, like synchronization and logging, may not fit well in a modular representation. Aspect-oriented...
Apr 27 2015
Static analysis for detecting taint-style vulnerabilities in Web applications
Jovanovic N., Kruegel C., Kirda E. Journal of Computer Security 18(5): 861-907, 2010. Type: Article
Web applications interact with an uncontrolled and arbitrarily hostile environment. One common attack in such environments involves submitting what is supposed to be harmless data, such as a customer name; however, that data actually contains comm...
Nov 10 2011
Autonomic specification of self-protection for distributed MARF with ASSL
Mokhov S., Vassev E. C
E 2009 (Proc. of the 2nd Canadian Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 19-21, 2009) 175-183, 2009. Type: Proceedings
Analysis services scripting language (ASSL) is a specification language for autonomic systems. Its goal is to provide a way to specify self-protecting systems that are able to monitor and repair themselves....
Jan 5 2010
Beginning Silverlight 2: from novice to professional
Lair R., Apress, Berkeley, CA, 2008. 500 pp. Type: Book (9781590599525)
Silverlight provides a fresh change in the world of browser-based user interface (UI) programming, by transforming what has traditionally been a procedural model into a declarative one. Lair does a good job of introducing the philosophy, the progr...
Jun 10 2009
A first course in statistical programming with R
Braun W., Murdoch D., Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 2008. 174 pp. Type: Book (9780521694247)
R is a freely available statistical software system that is part of Project GNU. This thin book introduces statistical programming using R....
Oct 1 2008
Smith J., Apress, Berkeley, CA, 2006. 488 pp. Type: Book (9781590596203)
Functional programming--in the form of various dialects of Lisp, ML, Haskell, Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT), XQUERY, and Erlang--has been around for a while and has proven its worth both in academic projects, wher...
May 22 2008
The story of a working workflow management system
Brahe S., Schmidt K. Conference on supporting group work (Proceedings of the 2007 International ACM Conference on Supporting Group Work, Sanibel Island, Florida, Nov 4-7, 2007) 249-258, 2007. Type: Proceedings
Have you ever wondered how much is really true about the hype around workflow management systems (WFMSs)? Based on over three years of experience with implementing and running a WFMS in a large bank, this contribution represents an...
Jan 14 2008
PATAXÓ: A framework to allow updates through XML views
Braganholo V., Davidson S., Heuser C. ACM Transactions on Database Systems 31(3): 839-886, 2006. Type: Article
Extensible Markup Language (XML) is commonly used for data exchange in message queues among different components, even legacy applications of a heterogeneous and/or distributed software systems. Relational database management systems (RDBMSs) are ...
May 7 2007
A negotiation description language
Elfatatry A., Layzell P. Software--Practice & Experience 35(4): 323-343, 2005. Type: Article
The increasing popularity of application service providers and Web services (WS) is motivating a shift from buying software products to outsourcing software services. This is renewing interest in automatic negotiation, which is quite a mature fiel...
Jul 27 2005
Higher-order Perl: transforming programs with programs
Dominus M., Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc., San Francisco, CA, 2005.Type: Book (9781558607019)
There is an informal hierarchy of languages in many people’s minds. At the top of this hierarchy are the “pure” languages, such as Lisp. At the next level come the compiled languages, such as C++ and Java. Finally, at the bottom ...
Jul 22 2005
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