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ARCUS: Symbolic Root Cause Analysis of Exploits in Production Systems

Carter Yagemann, Matthew Pruett, Simon P. Chung, Kennon Bittick, Brendan Saltaformaggio, Wenke Lee
2021 USENIX Security Symposium  
ARCUS identifies the root cause of all tested exploits -with 0 false positives or negatives -and even finds 4 new 0-day vulnerabilities in traces averaging 4,000,000 basic blocks.  ...  ., CFI, system call IDS) flag processes in response to symptoms of a possible attack.  ...  Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of ONR or DARPA.  ... 
dblp:conf/uss/YagemannPCBSL21 fatcat:cfwe7o4gdfetnmgxvakd4pw754

Curation and its Statistical Automation by means of Artificial 'Intelligence'

Francis Hunger
2021 Zenodo  
The concept of post-AI curating discussed in this working paper explores curation as a knowledge-creation process, supported by pattern recognition and weighted networks as technical tools of artificial  ...  Should Be Curated by a Machine from UBERMORGEN, Leonardo Impett and Joasia Krysa (2021) as a meta-artwork about curation and biennials; Tillmann Ohm's project Artificial Curator (2020), which resulted in  ...  to cause inconvenience for corporate sponsors" (UBERMORGEN 2020).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5705769 fatcat:scyaurc4xna2xmhodmt5pjpe7m

Oligonucleotide Array for Identification and Detection of Pythium Species

J. T. Tambong, A. W. A. M. de Cock, N. A. Tinker, C. A. Levesque
2006 Applied and Environmental Microbiology  
root baiting.  ...  We conclude that the reported DNA array is a reliable tool for identification and detection of the majority of Pythium species in environmental samples.  ...  the DNA used in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1128/aem.72.4.2691-2706.2006 pmid:16597974 pmcid:PMC1449028 fatcat:zufxfaulcfbjbpnhrbd5cbx5jm

Usurping Public Leisure Space for Protest

Payal Arora
2014 Space and Culture  
This effortsituates the current conversation about social media as sites of political mobilization into dialogue with the historical analysis of public parks as spaces that, in a similar fashion, were  ...  This paper draws parallels between the use of public leisure spaces in the city such as parks and squares, and the use of certain forms of digital networks.  ...  As D' Arcus (2006) argues, "given the centrality of public spaces to political protestand, in the media age, of the more abstract space of a mediated public spherecareful analysis of how they come to  ... 
doi:10.1177/1206331213517609 fatcat:zy4rc36yzfgnjh5c2qzh4eve6u

Amplitude death in networks of delay-coupled delay oscillators

J. M. Hofener, G. C. Sethia, T. Gross
2013 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
Amplitude death is a dynamical phenomenon in which a network of oscillators settles to a stable state as a result of coupling.  ...  Here, we study amplitude death in a generalized model of delay-coupled delay oscillators.  ...  Since f only appears in products together with β, we introduce the effective coupling strength k := βf .  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsta.2012.0462 pmid:23960220 fatcat:7itm4s5kgzdbvelq2sqamtgc4m

The roots of culture. The use of ollae perforatae in Cagliari (Sardinia, Italy) and the garden as cultural marker of Romanisation

Ciro Parodo
2021 Zenodo  
A series of ceramic vessels intentionally perforated on the bottom has been found during the archaeological excavation of a rectangular room in via Caprera 8 in Cagliari, in southern Sardinia (Italy),  ...  their cultural significance in relation to the phenomenon of the so-called 'Romanisation'.  ...  BC with the aim of exploit the mineral resources of this area 8 .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5702543 fatcat:yfmgtcy6zzaphjk2rt7tc27mny

Plasticity of Leaf Respiratory and Photosynthetic Traits in Eucalyptus grandis and E. regnans Grown Under Variable Light and Nitrogen Availability

Jörg Kruse, Tarryn Turnbull, Heinz Rennenberg, Mark A. Adams
2020 Frontiers in Forests and Global Change  
Foliar nitrogen was used more effectively for the production of new foliage in E. grandis, owing to better coordination with foliar capacity and flux mode of mitochondrial oxygen reduction.  ...  In E. regnans, growth under abundant nitrogen and full sunlight caused significant increases in foliar N mass -albeit not matched by relatively modest increases in mass-based A max .  ...  Aspinwall and two reviewers for many helpful comments on earlier draft(s) of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/ffgc.2020.00005 fatcat:vyepqbnumbbmjmeateocxte37y

The Impact of Killing, Capture and Trade on Apes and their Habitat [chapter]

2021 Killing, Capture, Trade and Ape Conservation  
In practice, however, hunting can also involve the capture of live animals.  ...  These rates are not likely to decrease as long as owning an ape continues to be seen as a symbol of high social status, or as long as niche industries exploit animals for profit (J.  ...  Ape Social Systems as Risk Amplifiers Some aspects of the social systems of apes can amplify the impact of hunting.  ... 
doi:10.1017/9781108768351.002 fatcat:j5j2c5auqjhm3k5wk6ixxzfs7m

Monotonic Syntactic Processing: A Cross-linguistic Study of Attachment and Reanalysis

Patrick Sturt
1996 Language and Cognitive Processes  
We dem onstrate how the de nition of two simple parsing operations, simple attachm ent and tree lowering, which are related to the gramm atical composition operations of substitution and adjunction in  ...  Since the tree-lowering operation allows the parser to reanalyse in the case of "unconscious" garden paths, it can be used to investigate the consequences of adopting various search strategies for reanalysis  ...  An initial tree is rooted in a distinguished start symbol non-terminal node, and has terminal symbols along its frontier.  ... 
doi:10.1080/016909696387123 fatcat:i5mxnxh6i5dujel3h3xwrb7rdy

Visiones políticas y perspectivas de Mercosur, CAN y Unasur en la construcción de una ciudadanía regional (2002-2016)

María Gabriela Rho
2018 Estudios Fronterizos  
in terms of regional citizenship.  ...  A qualitative research methodology is used, and it is focused on the analysis of official public documents issued by the above mentioned organizations of regional integration, which follow a set of guidelines  ...  of consular cooperation mechanisms; the revision of the Recife Agreement and the Social and Labor Declaration (1998); the deepening of the Regional Accreditation System for University Degrees (arcu-sur  ... 
doi:10.21670/ref.1815015 fatcat:wzhwier4jfhgpkyivqfr2yxnf4

The Metal Content of the Hot Atmospheres of Galaxy Groups

Fabio Gastaldello, Aurora Simionescu, Francois Mernier, Veronica Biffi, Massimo Gaspari, Kosuke Sato, Kyoko Matsushita
2021 Universe  
metals in the IGrM, the dependence on system mass from group to cluster scales, and the role of AGN and SN feedback in producing the observed phenomenology.  ...  Galaxy groups host the majority of matter and more than half of all the galaxies in the Universe.  ...  We would like to thank Ben Oppenheimer for providing the section of the future mission Arcus and for useful discussions.  ... 
doi:10.3390/universe7070208 fatcat:hh4jkw6fnfha7bsqtgljsy7zui

Masthead - Full issue pdf

2020 Chemistry International  
caused by impact from some large smelters in the northwest part of the Soviet Union.  ...  In some cases, no approved methodology existed for the analysis of specifi c compounds of interest, e.g. for some of the POPs, and in such cases, experts in POP analysis were asked to develop and publish  ...  In fulfilling this mission, IUPAC effectively contributes to the worldwide understanding and application of the chemical sciences, to the betterment of humankind. President  ... 
doi:10.1515/ci-2020-0200 fatcat:fcn6ulb5yrc3deo23gpizamp5y

"Only the orangutans get a life jacket"

LIANA CHUA, HANNAH FAIR, VIOLA SCHREER, ANNA STĘPIEŃ, PAUL HASAN THUNG
2021 American Ethnologist  
In an era of mass extinction, who gets a life jacket, who is left to drown or swim-and on what basis?  ...  In so doing, we "uncommon" international conservation's encompassing planetary imaginaries, showing how dominant portrayals of the orangutan as a global responsibility are translated and fragmented in  ...  Above all, we are indebted to our interlocutors, who shaped and inspired our analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1111/amet.13045 fatcat:oykwn24j6neo3jidf6ni34apyu

The Domestic Macabre: Devils and Violence on Medieval Tiles

Ana Maria Gruia, Muzeul Național de Istorie a Transilvaniei
2021 Acta Musei Napocensis. Historica  
My hypothesis is that though 'lighter' than macabre scenes in other arts, such images on stove tiles might have played an apotropaic function, meant to repel or distract maleficent spirits that could cause  ...  The depictions on mold‑made stove tiles can be considered the first mass produced images before print and are thus valuable sources in the research of popular culture, especially in Central and Eastern  ...  Vătăşianu 1936, 34. 49 This composition might have been influenced by Botticelli's work preserved in the Alte Pinakothek in Munich that Smigelschi knew and had used before as a source of inspiration  ... 
doi:10.54145/actamn.57.09 fatcat:gsldljqxb5fbpe4pozwrpv3l54

"COUNTESS OTTILIA WASS, THE MAECENAS OF MUSEUM LIFE IN CLUJ"

Melinda Mitu, Muzeul Național de Istorie a Transilvaniei
2021 Acta Musei Napocensis. Historica  
Together with Count Imre Mikó, founder of the Association of the Transylvanian Museum in Cluj (1859), Ottilia Wass was a great Maecenas of cultural life in Transylvania.  ...  glass, Oriental objects, etc.), which today are preserved in the National Museum of Transylvanian History in Cluj‑Napoca."  ...  of war products.  ... 
doi:10.54145/actamn.57.02 fatcat:vbpy2ea4zfhlpdbxvtgvi3kgp4
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