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Programmer information needs after memory failure

Chris Parnin, Spencer Rugaber
2012 2012 20th IEEE International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC)  
We also delineate programmer information needs such tools must satisfy and suggest several memory aids such tools could provide.  ...  The framework explains empirical results obtained from experiments in which programmers were interrupted.  ...  In Table I , we give a summary of the information needs that result after memory failure. The table displays the different memory types and their memory failures.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icpc.2012.6240479 dblp:conf/iwpc/ParninR12 fatcat:x6ab7yyut5bqpdyxljco3fcfhm

Memory rehabilitation and brain training for surgical temporal lobe epilepsy patients: A preliminary report

Loes Koorenhof, Sallie Baxendale, Natalie Smith, Pam Thompson
2012 Seizure  
Lumosity provided free access to the brain training programme for the duration of the programme.  ...  Future research is needed to explore variables that will help us identify patients most likely to benefit from memory training programmes.  ...  The current study only assessed the short term effects of memory training one month after completion of the programme.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.seizure.2011.12.001 pmid:22197200 fatcat:h7joydvcjjajrp47q4cmb3vuzm

The impact of poor working memory skills on a Grade 2 learner's written and oral literacy performance

Kate Linnegar, Janet Condy, Emma McKinney
2014 Reading & Writing  
The learner followed a six-week intervention programme which was dynamically informed by recent literature as well as observations, interviews and a psychologist's report.  ...  The large demands of the classroom environment led to memory failure and he was prone to making errors.  ...  load, thus avoiding working memory related failures.  ... 
doi:10.4102/rw.v5i1.37 fatcat:hhwealtxvzhwhmef22gixl3cjy

Triage

Joseph Tucek, Shan Lu, Chengdu Huang, Spiros Xanthos, Yuanyuan Zhou
2007 Proceedings of twenty-first ACM SIGOPS symposium on Operating systems principles - SOSP '07  
; (3) it is infeasible to provide a programmer to diagnose every production run failure; and (4) privacy concerns limit the release of information (e.g. coredumps) to programmers.  ...  Diagnosing production run failures is a challenging yet important task. Most previous work focuses on offsite diagnosis, i.e. development site diagnosis with the programmers present.  ...  Typically programmers still need manual debugging with the aid of other diagnosis techniques to collect enough information to thoroughly understand a failure.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1294261.1294275 dblp:conf/sosp/TucekLHXZ07 fatcat:v5tt2hmaszcndhskgbcz2fdlr4

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Joseph Tucek, Shan Lu, Chengdu Huang, Spiros Xanthos, Yuanyuan Zhou
2007 ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review  
; (3) it is infeasible to provide a programmer to diagnose every production run failure; and (4) privacy concerns limit the release of information (e.g. coredumps) to programmers.  ...  Diagnosing production run failures is a challenging yet important task. Most previous work focuses on offsite diagnosis, i.e. development site diagnosis with the programmers present.  ...  Typically programmers still need manual debugging with the aid of other diagnosis techniques to collect enough information to thoroughly understand a failure.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1323293.1294275 fatcat:jux2djsvy5dsvbg6lomqxydtla

NR-MPI: A N on-stop and Fault Resilient MPI SupportingProgrammer Defined Data Backup and Restore for E-scaleSuper Computing Systems

2016 Supercomputing Frontiers and Innovations  
Furthermore, to support failure recovery of applications, NR-MPI implements data backup interfaces based on double in-memory checkpoint/restart.  ...  However, there are few systematic evaluations by application programmers using benchmarks or pseudo applications.  ...  This failure information can help the programmers to recover from process failures, node failures and network failures.  ... 
doi:10.14529/jsfi160101 fatcat:lb3bye7xejhw3ls23t2dnkcnvm

Rx

Feng Qin, Joseph Tucek, Jagadeesan Sundaresan, Yuanyuan Zhou
2005 ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review  
Rx requires few to no modifications to applications and provides programmers with additional feedback for bug diagnosis. We have implemented Rx on Linux.  ...  Unfortunately, software failures greatly reduce system availability.  ...  Based on such information, programmers can more efficiently find the root cause of the bug.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1095809.1095833 fatcat:fefc6jj6rbbapicqy2s5dsaz5q

On intermittence bugs in the battery-less internet of things (WIP paper)

Andrea Maioli, Luca Mottola, Muhammad Hamad Alizai, Junaid Haroon Siddiqui
2019 Proceedings of the 20th ACM SIGPLAN/SIGBED International Conference on Languages, Compilers, and Tools for Embedded Systems - LCTES 2019  
Mixed-volatile platforms are thus an asset, as they map slices of the address space onto non-volatile memory.  ...  If a power failure happens after executing a store on the same memory address, a data access bug may occur if the store writes a different value than the one loaded earlier.  ...  Identifying intermittence bugs allows programmers to take informed decisions on target platforms, software configurations, and system support.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3316482.3326346 dblp:conf/lctrts/MaioliMAS19 fatcat:kt6pzysljrf6ja5tdjfz5gchs4

Soft Error Susceptibility Analysis of SRAM-Based FPGAs in High-Performance Information Systems

Hossein Asadi, Mehdi B. Tahoori, Brian Mullins, David Kaeli, Kevin Granlund
2007 IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science  
Index Terms-Error analysis, field programmable gate arrays (FPGA), information systems, logic circuit fault tolerance, reliability estimation, reliability modeling, SRAM chips (SRAM-based FPGAs).  ...  information system.  ...  In the general case (clock cycle ), the can be written down as follows: After computing system failure probabilities for any particular clock cycle after the SEU event, the failure probability for this  ... 
doi:10.1109/tns.2007.910426 fatcat:rsja2xoqyvdfviydixyycnlm4q

"Natural death" of a patient with a deactivated implantable-cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD)?

Mirko Junge, Jörn Weckmüller, Herbert Nägele, Klaus Püschel
2002 Forensic Science International  
The need of a full autopsy after telemetric reading of the ICD data, including the explantation of the ICD aggregate and electrodes, as a means of quality assurance and under forensic aspects is emphasized  ...  By reading off the raw data still stored within the ICD, the erased information could be restored.  ...  However, most of the information stored within the ICD could be reconstructed by reading the raw memory data using a standard programmer in conjunction with the routine 1 An ICD is a device for the  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0379-0738(01)00633-8 pmid:11909660 fatcat:krua3emcb5fzvlzh4wcpnyww7e

Alpaca: Intermittent Execution without Checkpoints [article]

Kiwan Maeng, Alexei Colin, Brandon Lucia
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Programmers face a complex design space requiring reasoning about energy, memory consistency, and forward progress.  ...  Updates of shared values in a task are privatized and only committed to main memory on successful execution of the task, ensuring that data remain consistent despite power failures.  ...  Alpaca needs to retain only the information about which task was last executing.  ... 
arXiv:1909.06951v1 fatcat:2x4v55fpqjcldau43jhlsebovq

Qualitative exploration of the benefits of group-based memory rehabilitation for people with neurological disabilities: implications for rehabilitation delivery and evaluation

Niki Chouliara, Nadina B Lincoln
2016 BMJ Open  
, memory failures) and 'participation' (eg, social, professional life).  ...  Results: Participants receiving memory rehabilitation reported that the sessions responded to previously unmet needs for information on brain injury and memory function and developed their insight along  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016-011225 pmid:27645554 pmcid:PMC5030542 fatcat:zag2qm5lovg3ze3jbln7535j7y

Bitstream decoding and SEU-induced failure analysis in SRAM-based FPGAs

ZhongMing Wang, ZhiBin Yao, HongXia Guo, Min Lv
2011 Science China Information Sciences  
The bit flip in FPGAs configuration memory may alter user circuit permanently without proper bitstream reparation, which is a completely different phenomenon from upsets in traditional memory devices.  ...  Bitstream decoding and SEU-induced failure analysis in SRAM-based FPGAs. Sci China Inf Sci, 2012, 55: 971-982,  ...  Based on these information, all the SEU-induced failure modes were identified.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11432-011-4396-3 fatcat:lcjwhffkbbbfrfibhnkjbsmuki

Optimizing memory function in temporal lobe epilepsy

P.J. Thompson, H. Conn, S.A. Baxendale, E. Donnachie, K. McGrath, C. Geraldi, J.S. Duncan
2016 Seizure  
More participants reported a lessening of the memory burden (p<0.007) after training; differences were significant between groups 1 and 3 compared to group 4.  ...  Purpose The study aimed to assess whether engagement in a memory training programme and performing internet brain training exercises improve memory function in people with temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE).  ...  Ways of using memory aids to store information in the form of diaries and notepads and the use of mobile phones and computer programmes to record information, such as contact details and autobiographical  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.seizure.2016.04.008 pmid:27164312 fatcat:fkl5fzm6rvaufdzsvn5y4l4rou

Defeating Buffer Overflow: A Trivial but Dangerous Bug

Paul E. Black, Irena Bojanova
2016 IT Professional Magazine  
Buffer overflows cause failures because data is read or written in ways that are entirely foreign to what the programmer plans.  ...  Memory contains information, such as the address of the next instruction to execute after returning from a function, calling parameters, variables used in the function, data structures, and permission  ... 
doi:10.1109/mitp.2016.117 pmid:28579926 pmcid:PMC5455784 fatcat:xyaycfzoijdrjl7qv5as5svsqa
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