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ACMSE
2006
ACM
10 years 3 months ago
Phoenix-based clone detection using suffix trees
A code clone represents a sequence of statements that are duplicated in multiple locations of a program. Clones often arise in source code as a result of multiple cut/paste operat...
Robert Tairas, Jeff Gray
SIGSOFT
2007
ACM
11 years 2 months ago
Efficient token based clone detection with flexible tokenization
Code clones are similar code fragments that occur at multiple locations in a software system. Detection of code clones provides useful information for maintenance, reengineering, ...
Hamid Abdul Basit, Stan Jarzabek
ACSC
2001
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
Efficiency of Data Structures for Detecting Overlaps in Digital Documents
This paper analyses the efficiency of different data structures for detecting overlap in digital documents. Most existing approaches use some hash function to reduce the space req...
Krisztián Monostori, Arkady B. Zaslavsky, H...
AINA
2008
IEEE
10 years 7 months ago
Exploiting Frequent Episodes in Weighted Suffix Tree to Improve Intrusion Detection System
In this paper we proposed a weighted suffix tree and find out it can improve the Intrusion Detection System (IDS). We firstly focus on the analysis of computer kernel system call,...
Min-Feng Wang, Yen-Ching Wu, Meng-Feng Tsai
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