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Bran: Reduce Vulnerability Search Space in Large Open Source Repositories by Learning Bug Symptoms

Dongyu Meng, Michele Guerriero, Aravind Machiry, Hojjat Aghakhani, Priyanka Bose, Andrea Continella, Christopher Kruegel, Giovanni Vigna
2021 Proceedings of the 2021 ACM Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security  
In this paper, we present an approach, named Bran, to reduce the vulnerability search space by combining conventional code metrics with fine-grained repository metadata.  ...  this allows for easing vulnerability detection by reducing the search space.  ...  EVALUATION In this section, we evaluate Bran and demonstrate that, by studying both code metric and repository metadata features, Bran is able to effectively reduce the search space of vulnerability search  ... 
doi:10.1145/3433210.3453115 fatcat:utkk2kb2hrgonl3d4avyqm4lvu

Developments in the system of rice intensification (SRI) [chapter]

2017 Achieving sustainable cultivation of rice Volume 2  
Acknowledgements xv Acknowledgements We wish to acknowledge the following for their help in reviewing particular chapters:  ...  a rice ecosystem with reduced vulnerability against insect pests.  ...  The 'dirty-panicle' symptom often observed in rice fields is believed to be caused by a combination of bug feeding and fungal infection (Agyen-Sampong and Fannah 1980) .  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781351114196-12 fatcat:zgv6j6w2izdp7ep4k3piwgwedi

Souvenir-cum-Abstract Book: National Conference on Priorities in Crop Protection for Sustainable Agriculture [article]

Haldhar SM, Saha RK, Nagesh M, Bakthavatsalam N, Sinha B
2021 Zenodo  
In this Souvenir-cum-Abstract Book, several aims to take stock of the prevailing agricultural resources and their pest management strategies and how to augment them so that its benefits are reaped by the  ...  Keeping in view the huge scope of the crop protection in NEH region, Central Agricultural University, Imphal and ICAR-NBAIR, Bengaluru are organizing a three day national conference on "Priorities in Crop  ...  Acknowledgements All the sources of information accessed have been duly acknowledged in the reference section of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6809937 fatcat:g5iopcmhnbanbbbu2lqlylkebi

Abstracts of Presentations at the 2014 APS-CPS Joint Meeting

2014 Phytopathology  
The viral genome contained seven open reading frames with most of them in the sense-strand, including a large polyprotein.  ...  After one month, stem samples were collected at the inoculation point and equally spaced by 4 cm along the stem where the symptom was observable.  ... 
doi:10.1094/phyto-104-11-s3.1 pmid:25337637 fatcat:y5wn5ulgtbd4lowwlwnlh6rna4

Abstracts of Presentations at the 2015 APS Annual Meeting

2015 Phytopathology  
Application of this liquid formulation containing Beauveria bassiana significantly reduced damage caused by the European corn borer in maize and the tarnished plant bug in cotton.  ...  Granules applied to soil and plants were shown to increase the population of NTAA in soil by 88% and in corn by 93%, thereby reducing aflatoxin in corn.  ...  Thus, search for alternatives is crucial.  ... 
doi:10.1094/phyto-105-11-s4.1 pmid:26569162 fatcat:ejmrpsunevhs5f24vdzmcqmphe

Aquaponics textbook for higher education

Ranka Junge, Nadine Antenen, Morris Villarroel, Tjaša Griessler Bulc, Andrej Ovca, Sarah Milliken
It is calculated as search results in Google divided by search results in Google Scholar.  ...  Reduced growth followed by symptoms of iron chlorosis, stunting, reduced branching, thickening, and abnormal darkening of rootlets. Iron (Fe) Pronounced interveinal chlorosis.  ... 
doi:10.21256/zhaw-22044 fatcat:emhzwnrplre63exzmcxqsqfugy

Fever Narrative in the Fiction of Charles Dickens

Ralph Smith, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
Fever was regarded not as a symptom but as a generic disease that had sub-species, such as cholera, smallpox, typhus and typhoid, and that presented itself through devastating epidemics that frightened  ...  However, Dickens was influenced also by an alternative approach that this thesis calls the "medical narrative," comprising a more holistic vision of public health, reliant on improved treatments, greater  ...  symptoms was so well articulated that the British Medical Journal continued to cite Oliver Twist in the Twentieth Century as a source for students learning about "hectic fever."  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-6195 fatcat:tlkjemjt4fcr3kvvpphbjcabfu

Remittance bards : the places, tribes, and dialects of Patrick White and Malcolm Lowry

Clifton Mark Williams
characterized in England by caution and retrenchment.  ...  Part B begins by establishing the post-war literary milieu in England from which the fiction of White and Lowry offers a sharp break.  ...  large numbers had been consumed by it.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0096065 fatcat:thvle2qq7vhvpfysxvpjpsfepi

Myth and the Modern Problem: Mythic Thinking in Twentieth-Century Britain

Matthew Kane Sterenberg
2007 unpublished
Ken Alder's enthusiasm for this project has been a constant source of encouragement.  ...  Auden described as "the modern problem": a vacuum of meaning caused by the absence of inherited presuppositions and metanarratives that imposed coherence on the flow of experience.  ...  The novel thus concludes on a note that is open-ended, an ambiguity underscored by the fact that it is never clear whether or not the cup the party is searching for is indeed the Grail or merely a stand-in  ... 
doi:10.21985/n27t5v fatcat:t572apcigzex5msleeh7hfvgra

Correspondence of James K. Polk

James Polk, James Polk, Jayne Defiore
1849 unpublished
Preface xzx overwhelm the presentation of the textual material, have persuaded the editors to forego the naming of sources in their endnotes.  ...  We also wish to acknowledge the helping hand so kindly extended by Jennifer M. Siler and her staff at the  ...  We contemplate raising on tomorrow our democratic Hickory pole (in an open space near our Court house) intended to be 150 feet in highth, fr om which will be suspended a large & splendid flag, & upon the  ... 

¡Conga No Va Carajo!

Christopher James Santiago
Threatened by the death of the Earth, there is now a resurgence in consciousness of the Pacha Mama ("Earth Mother" in Quechua) which I believe to be the latest manifestation of Andean messianism, the idea  ...  This resistance is founded on people's experiences as expressed in songs, stories, jokes, dreams and direct political actions in the face of tremendous repression.  ...  It takes its name from a lagoon it has already devoured. 27 The Black Lagoon is now an open pit visible from outer space.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8bg3183 fatcat:fpsjxod5tzh7lin5rt5iunc6qi