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DAC
2006
ACM
9 years 7 months ago
How will the fabless model survive?
The fabless model was traditionally enabled through clean interfaces – both in technical and business terms – between foundries and fabless semiconductor companies. However, w...
Thomas Hartung, Jim Kupec, Ana Hunter, Brad Paulse...
BIB
2011
8 years 4 months ago
Using cross-validation to evaluate predictive accuracy of survival risk classifiers based on high-dimensional data
Developments in whole genome biotechnology have stimulated statistical focus on prediction methods. We review here methodology for classifying patients into survival risk groups a...
Richard M. Simon, Jyothi Subramanian, Ming-Chung L...
MMB
2004
Springer
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9 years 6 months ago
A General Framework for Network Survivability Quantification
In this paper, we propose a general survivability quantification framework which is applicable to a wide range of system architectures, applications, failure/recovery behaviors, ...
Yun Liu, Kishor S. Trivedi
IWIA
2005
IEEE
9 years 6 months ago
Attack-Potential-Based Survivability Modeling for High-Consequence Systems
Previous quantitative models of security or survivability have been defined on a range of probable intruder behavior. This measures survivability as a statistic such as mean time...
John McDermott
WWW
2006
ACM
10 years 1 months ago
Invisible participants: how cultural capital relates to lurking behavior
The asymmetry of activity in virtual communities is of great interest. While participation in the activities of virtual communities is crucial for a community's survival and ...
Vladimir Soroka, Sheizaf Rafaeli
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