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  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    On Generic Erasure Correcting Sets and Related Problems

    Motivated by iterative decoding techniques for the binary erasure channel Hollmann and Tolhuizen introduced and studied the notion of generic erasure correcting sets for linear codes. A generic (r; s) - erasure correcting set generates for all codes of co-dimension r a parity check matrix that allows iterative decoding of...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Driving the Refactoring of Java Enterprise Applications by Evaluating the Distance Between Application Elements

    Java Enterprise Applications (JEAs) are complex systems composed using various technologies that in turn rely on languages other than Java, such as XML or SQL. Given the complexity of these applications, the need to reverse engineer them in order to support further development becomes critical. This paper shows how it...

    Provided By University of Berne

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Enabling the Evolution of J2EE Applications Through Reverse Engineering and Quality Assurance

    Enterprise Applications are complex software systems that manipulate persistent data and interact with the user through a vast and complex user interface. In the heterogeneous context, applying existing reverse engineering and quality assurance techniques developed for object-oriented systems is not enough. This paper intends to devise techniques and metrics to...

    Provided By University of Berne

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Flow-Centric, Back-in-Time Debugging

    Conventional debugging tools present developers with means to explore the run-time context in which an error has occurred. In many cases this is enough to help the developer discover the faulty source code and correct it. However, rather often errors occur due to code that has executed in the past,...

    Provided By University of Berne

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    On Generic Erasure Correcting Sets and Related Problems

    Motivated by iterative decoding techniques for the binary erasure channel Hollmann and Tolhuizen introduced and studied the notion of generic erasure correcting sets for linear codes. A generic (r; s) - erasure correcting set generates for all codes of co-dimension r a parity check matrix that allows iterative decoding of...

    Provided By University of Berne

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Enabling the Evolution of J2EE Applications Through Reverse Engineering and Quality Assurance

    Enterprise Applications are complex software systems that manipulate persistent data and interact with the user through a vast and complex user interface. In the heterogeneous context, applying existing reverse engineering and quality assurance techniques developed for object-oriented systems is not enough. This paper intends to devise techniques and metrics to...

    Provided By University of Berne

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Flow-Centric, Back-in-Time Debugging

    Conventional debugging tools present developers with means to explore the run-time context in which an error has occurred. In many cases this is enough to help the developer discover the faulty source code and correct it. However, rather often errors occur due to code that has executed in the past,...

    Provided By University of Berne

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Driving the Refactoring of Java Enterprise Applications by Evaluating the Distance Between Application Elements

    Java Enterprise Applications (JEAs) are complex systems composed using various technologies that in turn rely on languages other than Java, such as XML or SQL. Given the complexity of these applications, the need to reverse engineer them in order to support further development becomes critical. This paper shows how it...

    Provided By University of Berne