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With more and more applications available on mobile devices, it has become increasingly difficult for users to find a desired application. Although research has been conducted for situation-awarere commendations on mobile devices, none addresses this problem; most research is for media content recommendations. Moreover, existing approaches assume predefined(More)
Current home networking technologies such as UPNP, Jini and HAVi, only focus on connecting devices electronically in a variety of different forms that allow simple device interactions. The result is that devices act in incompatible islands, making their use confusing to users and a nightmare for application developers. To realize a smart home environment,(More)
In today's content-rich homes, people use the television as a primary interface to enjoy various kinds of media, partly due to the screen size of today's TVs and partly due to its central placement in many homes. On the other hand, the Internet has become an immense source of information and entertainment content. A traditional TV viewer's experience can be(More)
To understand the effect of code complexity on static analysis, thirty-five format string vulnerabilities were selected from the National Vulnerability Database. We analyzed two sets of code for each vulnerability. The first set of code contained the vulnerability, while the second was a later version of the code in which the vulnerability had been fixed.(More)
To understand the effect of code complexity on static analysis, thirty-five format string vulnerabilities were studied. We analyzed two code samples for each vulnerability, one containing the vulnerability and one in which the vulnerability was fixed. We examined the effect of code complexity on the quality of static analysis results, including successful(More)
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