Zsolt Mihály Szabó

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Different program slicing methods are used for maintenance , reverse engineering, testing and debugging. Slicing algorithms can be classified as static slicing and dynamic slicing methods. In several applications the computation of dynamic slices is more preferable since it can produce more precise results. In this paper we introduce a new forward global(More)
SUMMARY This paper presents a new technique for studying the stability properties of dynamic systems modeled by delay-differential equations (DDEs) with time-periodic parameters. By employing a shifted Cheby-shev polynomial approximation in each time interval with length equal to the delay and parametric excitation period, the dynamic system can be reduced(More)
Owing to its relative simplicity and wide range of applications , static slices are specifically proposed for software maintenance and program understanding. Unfortunately, in many cases static slices are overly conservative and therefore too large to supply useful information to the software maintainer. Dynamic slicing methods can produce more precise(More)
In the present study step-by-step instructions are provided for a preparative technique employed for the removal of the spiral ganglion from the inner ear of the guinea pig. Removal of the temporal bone is followed by opening of the bulla and excision of the modiolus. All major steps of the technique are illustrated with photographs. A procedure to obtain(More)
Superconducting phase diagram of the extended Hubbard model supplemented with interaction and hopping terms exceeding nearest neighbour distance in range is analysed systematically at different band-filling and temperature values in a mean-field approximation. The obtained results clearly underline the importance of next-nearest neighbour terms in(More)
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