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Design of an Error Detection and Data Recovery Architecture for Motion Estimation Testing Applications
Given the critical role of Motion Estimation (ME) in a video coder, testing such a module is of priority concern. While focusing on the testing of ME in a video coding system, this...
White Box testing is the internal analysis approach to test a particular code or the system. While analyzing the code, it is required to separate the code blocks respective to the ...
In our latest Call for Feedback, we asked for stories about those who have helped you in your career. Turns out there's a lot of positive influence in IT.
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Keep your organization's networks as well protected as possible with these 10 tips provided by Brien Posey.
Security risks continue to grow for organizations both large and small. Brien Posey offers 10 suggestions for making sure your networks are as well protected as possible.