Message Race Detection for Web Services by an smt-based AnalysisMessage Race Detection for Web Services by an smt-based Analysis
Department of Computer Science, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, mi 49008, usa
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A unified Modeling Approach to Climate System Prediction James Hurrell* 1, Gerald A. Meehl 1, David Bader 2A unified Modeling Approach to Climate System Prediction James Hurrell* 1, Gerald A. Meehl 1, David Bader 2
Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, Miami, fl and
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Title Hurricane Irene Sensitivity to Stratified Coastal Ocean Cooling AuthorsTitle Hurricane Irene Sensitivity to Stratified Coastal Ocean Cooling Authors
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Updated: July 2009Updated: July 2009
The National Hurricane Center (nhc) uses many models as guidance in the preparation of official track and intensity forecasts. The most commonly used models at nhc are summarized in Table 1
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2014 Hurricane Field Program Plan Hurricane Research Division National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory2014 Hurricane Field Program Plan Hurricane Research Division National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory
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Understanding and Predicting Climate Variability and Change at Monsoon RegionsUnderstanding and Predicting Climate Variability and Change at Monsoon Regions
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Contents: Chapter 1-IntroductionContents: Chapter 1-Introduction
The Essentials of Computer Organization and Architecture—Linda Null and Julia Lobur
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Suzan Szollar and A. Richard Newton IntroductionSuzan Szollar and A. Richard Newton Introduction
Table, borrowed from Dan Gajski’s paper, [6], illustrates the many languages available. Predecessors in the evolution of these languages include cdl, ddl, ahpl, isps, isp’, and ti-hdl, the “strawman” for vhdl [3]
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Quantum algorithmsQuantum algorithms
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Fundamental Issues in Non-Equilibrium Dynamics Table of Contents Section PageFundamental Issues in Non-Equilibrium Dynamics Table of Contents Section Page
Our emphasis is on the discovery of general governing principles and tests of fundamental hypotheses in many-body quantum dynamics. We use atomic gases as highly controllable model systems for gaining these insights
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Literature Review: Quantum Information ScienceLiterature Review: Quantum Information Science
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S-38. 153 exercise: Advanced Intrusion Detection EnvironmentS-38. 153 exercise: Advanced Intrusion Detection Environment
Aide is a system which is designed to check the system for possible intrusions. This document focuses on how to use aide and configure it for intrusion prevention. Firstly the operation of aide is explained and then the installation and
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Introduction Current StateIntroduction Current State
Noaa office of the Chief Information Officer’s High Performance Computing Program. Noaa’s High Performance Computing Board provides strategic guidance and oversight for the execution of this enterprise and the allocation of hpc resources
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The Universal Networking Language beyond Machine Translation1 Hiroshi Uchida, Meiying Zhu undl foundation September 26, 2001The Universal Networking Language beyond Machine Translation1 Hiroshi Uchida, Meiying Zhu undl foundation September 26, 2001
With the technology of electronic mail, for example, people may communicate rapidly over long distances. Not all users, however, can use their own language for communication
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