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Why eve and mallory love android: an analysis of android SSL (in)security

- Sascha Fahl, M. Harbach, Thomas Muders, M. Smith, L. Baumgärtner, B. Freisleben
- Computer Science
- CCS '12
- 16 October 2012

Many Android apps have a legitimate need to communicate over the Internet and are then responsible for protecting potentially sensitive data during transit. This paper seeks to better understand the… Expand

Fitness landscape analysis and memetic algorithms for the quadratic assignment problem

- P. Merz, B. Freisleben
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- IEEE Trans. Evol. Comput.
- 1 November 2000

In this paper, a fitness landscape analysis for several instances of the quadratic assignment problem (QAP) is performed, and the results are used to classify problem instances according to their… Expand

A genetic local search algorithm for solving symmetric and asymmetric traveling salesman problems

- B. Freisleben, P. Merz
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on…
- 20 May 1996

The combination of local search heuristics and genetic algorithms is a promising approach for finding near-optimum solutions to the traveling salesman problem (TSP). An approach is presented in which… Expand

Genetic local search for the TSP: new results

- P. Merz, B. Freisleben
- Mathematics
- Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on…
- 13 April 1997

The combination of local search heuristics and genetic algorithms has been shown to be an effective approach for finding near-optimum solutions to the traveling salesman problem. Previously proposed… Expand

A comparison of memetic algorithms, tabu search, and ant colonies for the quadratic assignment problem

- P. Merz, B. Freisleben
- Computer Science
- Proceedings of the Congress on Evolutionary…
- 6 July 1999

A memetic algorithm (MA), i.e. an evolutionary algorithm making use of local search, for the quadratic assignment problem is presented. A new recombination operator for realizing the approach is… Expand

Greedy and Local Search Heuristics for Unconstrained Binary Quadratic Programming

- P. Merz, B. Freisleben
- Computer Science, Mathematics
- J. Heuristics
- 1 March 2002

In this paper, a greedy heuristic and two local search algorithms, 1-opt local search and k-opt local search, are proposed for the unconstrained binary quadratic programming problem (BQP). These… Expand

ANIMAL: A System for Supporting Multiple Roles in Algorithm Animation

- G. Rößling, B. Freisleben
- Computer Science
- J. Vis. Lang. Comput.
- 1 June 2002

Abstract Many algorithm animation tools have been developed over the last years. The users of such tools can be separated into four roles: the original algorithm programmer, developers of the… Expand

CARDWATCH: a neural network based database mining system for credit card fraud detection

- Emin Aleskerov, B. Freisleben, R. Rao
- Computer Science
- Proceedings of the IEEE/IAFE Computational…
- 23 March 1997

CARDWATCH, a database mining system used for credit card fraud detection, is presented. The system is based on a neural network learning module, provides an interface to a variety of commercial… Expand

Fitness Landscapes, Memetic Algorithms, and Greedy Operators for Graph Bipartitioning

- P. Merz, B. Freisleben
- Mathematics, Medicine
- Evolutionary Computation
- 1 March 2000

The fitness landscape of the graph bipartitioning problem is investigated by performing a search space analysis for several types of graphs. The analysis shows that the structure of the search space… Expand

New Genetic Local Search Operators for the Traveling Salesman Problem

- B. Freisleben, P. Merz
- Computer Science
- PPSN
- 22 September 1996

In this paper, an approach is presented to incorporate problem specific knowledge into a genetic algorithm which is used to compute near-optimum solutions to traveling salesman problems (TSP). The… Expand