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AICCSA
2006
IEEE
128views Hardware» more  AICCSA 2006»
12 years 6 months ago
Avoiding Denial of Service via Stress Testing
Stress-testing has been widely used by businesses, governments, and other organizations to evaluate the strength of their web applications against various attacks. However, the qu...
Saeed Abu-Nimeh, Suku Nair, Marco F. Marchetti
AICCSA
2006
IEEE
102views Hardware» more  AICCSA 2006»
12 years 3 months ago
An Experimental and Industrial Experience: Avoiding Denial of Service via Memory Profiling
Poor memory management leads to memory leaks, which cause significant performance degradation and failure of software. If ignored, such leaks can potentially cause security breach...
Saeed Abu-Nimeh, Suku Nair, Marco F. Marchetti
ISLPED
2004
ACM
139views Hardware» more  ISLPED 2004»
12 years 5 months ago
Eliminating voltage emergencies via microarchitectural voltage control feedback and dynamic optimization
Microprocessor designers use techniques such as clock gating to reduce power dissipation. An unfortunate side-effect of these techniques is the processor current fluctuations th...
Kim M. Hazelwood, David Brooks
ICDM2
2004
Springer
196views Data Mining» more  ICDM2 2004»
12 years 5 months ago
An Early Warning System for Vehicle Related Quality Data
Vehicle production audit tests, warranty claims and car control unit data are stored in a central data warehouse for data mining analysis. Neural network based part failure rate es...
Matthias Grabert, Markus Prechtel, Tomas Hrycej, W...
GECCO
2010
Springer
244views Optimization» more  GECCO 2010»
12 years 2 days ago
Implicit fitness and heterogeneous preferences in the genetic algorithm
This paper takes an economic approach to derive an evolutionary learning model based entirely on the endogenous employment of genetic operators in the service of self-interested a...
Justin T. H. Smith
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