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  • Singh, Harshman ([S.l. : s.n.], 2004)
    Timing attacks enable an attacker to extract secret information from a cryptosystem by observing timing differences with respect to different inputs given to an encryption or decryption algorithm. Werner Schindler has pr ...
  • Athreya, Balaji (2013-12-16)
    Software maintenance tasks often require finding information within existing code, which is time-consuming and difficult even for professional programmers. For example, programmers may need to know what code implements c ...
  • Le, Hien (2007-06-14)
    Desktop widget engines have emerged as an alternative for completing simple tasks without the need for a full-blown application or constant user interaction. Widgets can simply display data in a compact and visually appe ...
  • Hild, Hermann (1989-06-21)
    Summary of results. After implementing the plain ID3 algorithm, I experimented with various modifi cations. Two improvements of the process of finding a legal phoneme/stress could be made by using statistical informati ...
  • Manda, Ashwin Prasad ([S.l. : s.n.], 2002-10-17)
    We have developed a web-based software tool for evaluating the potential risk of pesticides on the surrounding environment. The software tool is called Web-based Pesticide Screening Tool (Web-PST). It uses the formulas ...
  • Halim, Surya (2005-06)
    We have developed a framework for Web-based GIS/database (WebGD) applications that allow users to insert, query, and delete data with map interfaces displayed by Web browsers. The framework uses such open source softwa ...
  • Yang, Song (2004-09)
    WebGen 5 is a software tool for automatically generating Web scripts that display Web forms and operate on data in a database. WebGen 5 is implemented as a collection of templates. Each template, combined with a correspo ...
  • Wuttiwat, Teerawat ([S.l. : s.n.], 2003)
    Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) is a standard for estimating soil loss caused by rainfall and overland flow. The current software tool that implements this standard is RUSLE 1.06b, which is a stand-alone D ...

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