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Removing useless productions of a context free grammar through Petri Net

Removing useless productions of a context free grammar through Petri Net Mansoor Al-A’ali INTRODUCTION Considerable interest has been shown in Petri Nets (PNs) as suitable models for representing and studying concurrent systems because of its potential advantages.The major use of Petri Net has been the modeling of systems in which it is possible for some […]

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Authentication model based Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone

Authentication model based Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone Rania Abdelhameed Abstract: Authentication is a mechanism to establish proof of identities, the authentication process ensure that who a particular user is. Current PC, laptop user authentication systems are always done once and hold until it explicitly revoked by the user, or asking the user to frequently reestablish his […]

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Comparison of software reliability assessment methods for open source software and reliability assessment tool

Comparison of software reliability assessment methods for open source software and reliability assessment tool Yoshinobu Tamura Abstract: We propose software reliability assessment methods for concurrent distributed system development by using the Analytic Hierarchy Process. Also, we make a comparison between the inflection S-shaped software reliability growth model and the other models based on a nonhomogeneous […]

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Adapting the LMF temporal splining procedure from serial to MPI/linux clusters

Adapting the LMF temporal splining procedure from serial to MPI/linux clusters Sajia Akhter INTRODUCTION RS image is always useful for monitoring, prediction and management. One problem with RS image is distortion of data due to noise causing the clouds, hazes etc. It results lack of data due to contamination by clouds (slightly low NDVI: Normalized […]

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using measures to monitor and control the unit development

Measured test-driven development: using measures to monitor and control the unit development Y. Dubinsky INTRODUCTION Test Driven Development (TDD), an agile software development practice, aims to systematically overcome some of the characteristic problems of software development processes (1),(2),(3). Though TDD has proven benefits, it is still one of the more difficult practices for implementation by […]