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Nullness Analysis for Java
 
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Google Tech Talks September 17, 2008 ABSTRACT Attempts to dereference null result in an exception or a segmentation fault. Hence it is important to know those program points where this might occur and prove the others (or the entire program) safe. Nullness analysis of computer programs checks or infers non-null annotations for variables and object fields. Most nullness analyses currently use run-time checks or are simply syntactical (as in Eclipse and Idea) or incorrect or only verify manual annotations. We use abstract interpretation to build and prove correct a static nullness analysis for Java bytecode which infers non-null annotations. It is based on Boolean formulas, implemented with binary decision diagrams. Our experiments show it faster and more precise than the correct nullness analysis by Hubert, Jensen and Pichardie. We deal with static fields and exceptions, which is not the case of most other analyses. The result is theoretically clean and the implementation strong and scalable. Speaker: Prof. Fausto Spoto Fausto Spoto is associate professor at the University of Verona, Italy. He took a PhD in computer science from the University of Pisa, where he started working at the static analysis of computer programs. His current interests are related to the analysis of Java and Java bytecode programs. He wrote a tool, Julia, which analyzes Java bytecode programs by using abstract interpretation and presents the results to the user, for verification as well as for code optimisation.
Views: 10475 GoogleTechTalks
Stanford University Retooled Static code analysis-Part One
 
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http://www.coverity.com/, Dr. Dawson Engler, Stanford Computer Science Professor and Coverity co-founder, discusses his approach to: automatically finding bugs using programmer-written compiler extensions.
Views: 1119 sourcecodeanalysis
The Clean Code Talks - Don't Look For Things!
 
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Google Tech Talks November 6, 2008 ABSTRACT Clean Code Talk Series Topic: Don't Look For Things! Speaker: Misko Hevery
Views: 236713 GoogleTechTalks
Static source code analysis tools vs. Dynamic analysis tools - Part Five
 
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http://www.coverity.com , Coverity CTO, Ben Chelf reviews the world of dynamic and static development tools. This 45-minute session covers the evolution of source code analysis from Lint to the latest technologies of 2007.
Views: 910 sourcecodeanalysis
Stanford University Retooled Static code analysis-Part Four
 
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http://www.coverity.com/, Dr. Dawson Engler, Stanford Computer Science Professor and Coverity co-founder, discusses his approach to: automatically finding bugs using programmer-written compiler extensions
Views: 256 sourcecodeanalysis
Stanford University Retooled Static code analysis-Part Five
 
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http://www.coverity.com/, Dr. Dawson Engler, Stanford Computer Science Professor and Coverity co-founder, discusses his approach to: automatically finding bugs using programmer-written compiler extensions
Views: 234 sourcecodeanalysis
Java-DSP: Spectrogram
 
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Java-DSP (J-DSP) is a Web-based simulation tool used to perform online signal processing simulations and visualize interactive demos. J-DSP is an object oriented programming environment developed at Arizona State University (ASU), Tempe. For more information visit: http://jdsp.asu.edu Time-frequency analysis of a signal using the Spectrogram.
Views: 1743 asujdsp
Static source code analysis tools vs. Dynamic analysis Tools - Part Six
 
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http://www.coverity.com , Coverity CTO, Ben Chelf reviews the world of dynamic and static development tools. This 45-minute session covers the evolution of source code analysis from Lint to the latest technologies of 2007.
Views: 491 sourcecodeanalysis
Project palantir
 
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Real time visualization of Facebook actions, using jME. Created at one of our hackathons.
Views: 73034 cep221
Static source code analysis tools  vs. Dynamic analysis tools - Part One
 
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http://www.coverity.com , Coverity CTO, Ben Chelf reviews the world of dynamic and static development tools. This 45-minute session covers the evolution of source code analysis from Lint to the latest technologies of 2007.
Views: 7013 sourcecodeanalysis
Stanford  Retooled Static source code analysis for software testing - Part Three
 
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http://www.coverity.com/, Dr. Dawson Engler, Stanford Computer Science Professor and Coverity co-founder, discusses his approach to: automatically finding bugs using programmer-written compiler extensions
Views: 649 sourcecodeanalysis
Stanford  Retooled Static Source code analysis-Part Two
 
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http://www.coverity.com/, Dr. Dawson Engler, Stanford Computer Science Professor and Coverity co-founder, discusses his approach to: automatically finding bugs using programmer-written compiler extensions.
Views: 336 sourcecodeanalysis
Stanford University Retooled Static code analysis-Part Seven
 
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http://www.coverity.com/, Dr. Dawson Engler, Stanford Computer Science Professor and Coverity co-founder, discusses his approach to: automatically finding bugs using programmer-written compiler extensions
Views: 154 sourcecodeanalysis
Static source code analysis tools vs. Dynamic analysis tools - Part Two
 
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http://www.coverity.com , Coverity CTO, Ben Chelf reviews the world of dynamic and static development tools. This 45-minute session covers the evolution of source code analysis from Lint to the latest technologies of 2007.
Views: 2582 sourcecodeanalysis
Stanford University Retooled Static code analysis-Part Six
 
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http://www.coverity.com/, Dr. Dawson Engler, Stanford Computer Science Professor and Coverity co-founder, discusses his approach to: automatically finding bugs using programmer-written compiler extensions
Views: 103 sourcecodeanalysis
Static source code analysis tools vs. Dynamic analysis tools - Part Four
 
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http://www.coverity.com , Coverity CTO, Ben Chelf reviews the world of dynamic and static development tools. This 45-minute session covers the evolution of source code analysis from Lint to the latest technologies of 2007.
Views: 790 sourcecodeanalysis
Static source code analysis tools vs. Dynamic analysis tools - Part Three
 
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http://www.coverity.com , Coverity CTO, Ben Chelf reviews the world of dynamic and static development tools. This 45-minute session covers the evolution of source code analysis from Lint to the latest technologies of 2007.
Views: 1349 sourcecodeanalysis
controlling source code complexity part 3
 
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http://www.coverity.com Anuj Goyal, senior pro duct manager, provides a brief overview of the requirements for effective static analysis followed by a demonstration of Prevent's features and capabilities.
Views: 69 sourcecodeanalysis
Owasp5008 Part1 - BUILDING A TOOL FOR SECURE CONSULTANTS CUSTOMIZED CODE ANALYZER w/ Dinis Cruz
 
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OWASP ENTERPRISE SECURITY API, with Jeff Williams. The ESAPI is a free and open collection of all the security methods that a developer needs to build a secure web application. You can just use the interfaces and build your own implementation using your company's infrastructure. Or, you can use the reference implementation as a starting point. In concept, the API is language independent. However, the first deliverables from the project are a Java API and a Java reference implementation. Efforts to build ESAPI in .NET and PHP are already underway. Why ESAPI? Unfortunately, the available platforms, frameworks, and toolkits (Java EE, Struts, Spring, etc...) simply do not provide enough protection. This leaves developers with responsibility for designing and building security mechanisms. This reinventing the wheel for every application leads to wasted time and massive security holes. The OWASP ESAPI project is led by Jeff Williams, who serves as the volunteer chair of OWASP and is the CEO of Aspect Security. Jeff is a software developer who has specialized in application security since 1995. The ESAPI is the result of over a decade of code review and penetration testing of critical enterprise applications. Jeff Williams is the CEO and a cofounder of Aspect, where he is responsible for strategic direction for the company and research and development efforts. Prior to founding Aspect, Jeff had a leadership role in the worldwide security consulting practice at Exodus Communications. Jeff also serves as the chair of the non-profit OWASP Foundation. --- Recorded at the Open Web Application Security Project (www.OWASP.org) NYC Conference on Sep 25, 2008 – Content produced by www.MediaArchives.com - Many other OWASP Conference videos available on www.OWASP.tv Get Involved Today! ---
Views: 522 mediarchives
controlling source code complexity part 5
 
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http://www.coverity.com Anuj Goyal, senior pro duct manager, provides a brief overview of the requirements for effective static analysis followed by a demonstration of Prevent's features and capabilities.
Views: 48 sourcecodeanalysis
controlling source code complexity part 1
 
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http://www.coverity.com Anuj Goyal, senior pro duct manager, provides a brief overview of the requirements for effective static analysis followed by a demonstration of Prevent's features and capabilities.
Views: 396 sourcecodeanalysis
Clean Code Talks - "GuiceBerry"
 
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Google Tech Talks October 9, 2008 ABSTRACT Clean Code Talk Series: "GuiceBerry". This talk adapted from a talk to be given at OOPSLA on Oct. 23. Speaker: Luiz-Otavio Zorzella
Views: 20918 GoogleTechTalks
Dream.In.Code
 
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Check out http://www.DreamInCode.net
Views: 11288 Chris Kenworthy
How To Compile A Java Program With Javac
 
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http://theprojectdatabase.com/compile-java-programs-with-javac Click the link above for the step by step tutorial In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the command prompt to compile a java program that displays "Hello World".
Views: 376390 shaffy
increase software quality now part 2
 
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http://www.coverity.com/ Hear the details of Arris' source code development process improvements, tool choices and "cultural" changes that led to quality gains.
Views: 142 sourcecodeanalysis
Code Reviews
 
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This video is a overview of the Team Code Review process that I implemented. Code Review is critical to successful software projects. I present one approach to code review here, although it is by no means the only approach. For example, you can implement checkin code reviews in which at least one other developer sign off on a commit. The code review process outlined in this video is more aimed at bringing additional attention to problem areas, either because they are complex or poorly understood domains, or they are existing code bases that have deteriorated through lack of refactoring. For more information about software development go to Devcentre.Org.
Views: 1683 Feynmanfan
Owasp5016 Part1 - NIST AND SAMATE STATIC ANALYSIS TOOL EXPOSITION (SATE) w/ Vadim Okun
 
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NIST AND SAMATE STATIC ANALYSIS TOOL EXPOSITION (SATE), with Vadim Okun. NIST organized an exposition (SATE) for static analysis tools that find security relevant defects. Our goals are to enable empirical research based on large test sets and to encourage tool improvement. Briefly, participating tool makers ran their tool on a set of open source programs. The results and experiences were reported at the Static Analysis Workshop in June. We present our experience organizing the exposition, discuss our observations of tool reports, and describe our plans for the next exposition. Vadim Okun is a Computer Scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, where he is a member of the SAMATE (samate.nist.gov) project. His current research focuses on software security, in particular, the effect of tools on security. --- Recorded at the Open Web Application Security Project (www.OWASP.org) NYC Conference on Sep 25, 2008 – Content produced by www.MediaArchives.com - Many other OWASP Conference videos available on www.OWASP.tv Get Involved Today! ---
Views: 81 mediarchives
Owasp5016 Part6 - NIST AND SAMATE STATIC ANALYSIS TOOL EXPOSITION (SATE) w/ Vadim Okun
 
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NIST AND SAMATE STATIC ANALYSIS TOOL EXPOSITION (SATE), with Vadim Okun. NIST organized an exposition (SATE) for static analysis tools that find security relevant defects. Our goals are to enable empirical research based on large test sets and to encourage tool improvement. Briefly, participating tool makers ran their tool on a set of open source programs. The results and experiences were reported at the Static Analysis Workshop in June. We present our experience organizing the exposition, discuss our observations of tool reports, and describe our plans for the next exposition. Vadim Okun is a Computer Scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, where he is a member of the SAMATE (samate.nist.gov) project. His current research focuses on software security, in particular, the effect of tools on security. --- Recorded at the Open Web Application Security Project (www.OWASP.org) NYC Conference on Sep 25, 2008 – Content produced by www.MediaArchives.com - Many other OWASP Conference videos available on www.OWASP.tv Get Involved Today! ---
Views: 101 mediarchives
Owasp5035 Part5_PaoloPerego_TheOwaspOrizonProjectTowardsVersionOnePoint
 
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THE OWASP ORIZON PROJECT – TOWARDS VERSION 1.0, with Paolo Pergego. The Orizon project was created in 2006 to provide a framework to all Owasp projects developing code review services. The project is in a quite stable stage and it is usable for Java static code review and some dynamic tests against XSS. Owasp Orizon includes also APIs for code crawling, usable for code crawling tools. Milk project is a java code review tool that uses Orizon as background engine. Its goal is to show engine capabilities. Paolo Perego (aka thesp0nge) is a Senior Security consultant for Spike Reply where he works as penetration tester, code reviewer and SSDLC designer. He started as Linux Kernel hacker in 1996 with a security project with the ambitious goal to turn a linux box into an unoffensive party in a network. AngeL project was a LSM that hijack linux system call table and netfilter hooks placing sanity checks before packet leaving the box or system call execution granted to the user. He is now devoted to source code assessment and code reviewing mission and he leads the Owasp Orizon project, an opensource code review engine. --- Recorded at the Open Web Application Security Project (www.OWASP.org) NYC Conference on Sep 25, 2008 – Content produced by www.MediaArchives.com - Many other OWASP Conference videos available on www.OWASP.tv Get Involved Today! ---
Views: 32 mediarchives
Developing iPhone Applications using Java
 
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Google Tech Talks October 14, 2008 ABSTRACT Apple's iPhone has resulted in significant interest from users and developers alike. Apple's SDK for the iPhone is based on Objective-C as the development language as well as Cocoa for the GUI. Unfortunately Apple's license agreement for the iPhone SDK prohibits the porting of the Java virtual machine to the iPhone. In this presentation we introduce an Open Source Java-to-Objective-C cross-compiler as well as a Java-based implementation of the Cocoa library. With the help of these tools, iPhone applications can be written in pure Java. Using the Java version of Cocoa, it is possible to run a Java-based iPhone application as a Java desktop/applet application that can be cross-compiled to run natively on the iPhone. The talk will discuss the challenges of the Java-to-Objective-C cross-compiler as well as the Java-based version of Cocoa. Details are available at http://www.xmlvm.org/ Speaker: Arno Puder Arno Puder is an Associate Professor at the San Francisco State University. Prior to his current position, he worked for AT Labs Research. His interests include middleware, ubiquitous computing, and applications for sensor networks. He is one of the founders of the Open Source CORBA implementation called MICO.
Views: 234605 GoogleTechTalks
Java RTSJ on Wall Street pt1
 
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Applying Sun Java Real-Time System to High-Performance Financial Systems, view how the Java RTS can enable financial program trading systems to execute time-critical trades without interruption from the Garbage Collector or other Interrupts.
Views: 3949 javathreads
Java-DSP: MIDI Generator
 
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Java-DSP (J-DSP) is a Web-based simulation tool used to perform online signal processing simulations and visualize interactive demos. J-DSP is an object oriented programming environment developed at Arizona State University (ASU), Tempe. For more information visit: http://jdsp.asu.edu Time and frequency domain analysis of MIDI sounds
Views: 1362 asujdsp
Code Review: August 28th, 2008
 
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This week I discuss the good news around JavaScript performance, Geolocation and other great Gears 0.4 functionality such as multiple file upload abilities that YouTube now shows off, mobile news around Android and iPhone, open source contributions such as Keyczar, and much more.
Views: 8206 Google Developers
Owasp5008 Part7 - OWASP ENTERPRISE SECURITY API, with Jeff Williams.
 
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OWASP ENTERPRISE SECURITY API, with Jeff Williams. The ESAPI is a free and open collection of all the security methods that a developer needs to build a secure web application. You can just use the interfaces and build your own implementation using your company's infrastructure. Or, you can use the reference implementation as a starting point. In concept, the API is language independent. However, the first deliverables from the project are a Java API and a Java reference implementation. Efforts to build ESAPI in .NET and PHP are already underway. Why ESAPI? Unfortunately, the available platforms, frameworks, and toolkits (Java EE, Struts, Spring, etc...) simply do not provide enough protection. This leaves developers with responsibility for designing and building security mechanisms. This reinventing the wheel for every application leads to wasted time and massive security holes. The OWASP ESAPI project is led by Jeff Williams, who serves as the volunteer chair of OWASP and is the CEO of Aspect Security. Jeff is a software developer who has specialized in application security since 1995. The ESAPI is the result of over a decade of code review and penetration testing of critical enterprise applications. Jeff Williams is the CEO and a cofounder of Aspect, where he is responsible for strategic direction for the company and research and development efforts. Prior to founding Aspect, Jeff had a leadership role in the worldwide security consulting practice at Exodus Communications. Jeff also serves as the chair of the non-profit OWASP Foundation. --- Recorded at the Open Web Application Security Project (www.OWASP.org) NYC Conference on Sep 25, 2008 – Content produced by www.MediaArchives.com - Many other OWASP Conference videos available on www.OWASP.tv Get Involved Today! ---
Views: 128 mediarchives
"Science and the taboo of psi" with Dean Radin
 
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Google Tech Talks January, 16 2008 ABSTRACT Do telepathy, clairvoyance and other "psi" abilities exist? The majority of the general population believes that they do, and yet fewer than one percent of mainstream academic institutions have any faculty known for their interest in these frequently reported experiences. Why is a topic of enduring and widespread interest met with such resounding silence in academia? The answer is not due to a lack of scientific evidence, or even to a lack of scientific interest, but rather involves a taboo. I will discuss the nature of this taboo, some of the empirical evidence and critical responses, and speculate on the implications. Speaker: Dean Radin Dean Radin is a researcher and author in the field of parapsychology. He is Senior Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and four-time former President of the Parapsychological Association. He holds an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and a masters degree in electrical engineering and a doctorate in educational psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has worked at AT&T Bell Labs and GTE Labs, mainly on human factors of advanced telecommunications products and services, and held appointments at Princeton University, Edinburgh University, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, SRI International, Interval Research Corporation, and Boundary Institute. At these facilities he was engaged in basic research on exceptional human capacities, principally psi phenomena.
Views: 263414 GoogleTechTalks
UML
 
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UML
This video course addresses the finer aspects of Object Oriented Design, using Java/C++/UML as the medium to reveal the power of Design Principles & Patterns. Each pattern will be discussed in detail, followed by an illustration using sample code and an analysis of implementation issues. The training will drive good OO principles and design techniques before patterns are discussed. A sound understanding of these principles and the exercises provided would be instrumental in ensuring a comprehensive understanding of Design Patterns. The program will be made as hands on as possible. Each pattern will also be modelled in UML with a Case Study that would be provided to the participants. For more videos on this course visit: http://www.siliconindia.com/university/index.php
Views: 22823 vimaliswamy
The New NIO, aka JSR-203
 
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Google Tech Talks May, 1 2008 ABSTRACT JSR-203 is the NIO update JSR scheduled for release with Java 7. This talk will present an overview of the new NIO features and improvements. Speaker: Alan Bateman Software Engineer at Sun Microsystems. Spec lead on JSR-203. Speaker: Carl Quinn Software Engineer at Google. E.g. member on JSR-203.
Views: 31970 GoogleTechTalks
Owasp5035 Part2 - THE OWASP ORIZON PROJECT - TOWARDS VERSION 1.0, with Paolo Pergego.
 
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THE OWASP ORIZON PROJECT - TOWARDS VERSION 1.0, with Paolo Pergego. The Orizon project was created in 2006 to provide a framework to all Owasp projects developing code review services. The project is in a quite stable stage and it is usable for Java static code review and some dynamic tests against XSS. Owasp Orizon includes also APIs for code crawling, usable for code crawling tools. Milk project is a java code review tool that uses Orizon as background engine. Its goal is to show engine capabilities. Paolo Perego (aka thesp0nge) is a Senior Security consultant for Spike Reply where he works as penetration tester, code reviewer and SSDLC designer. He started as Linux Kernel hacker in 1996 with a security project with the ambitious goal to turn a linux box into an unoffensive party in a network. AngeL project was a LSM that hijack linux system call table and netfilter hooks placing sanity checks before packet leaving the box or system call execution granted to the user. He is now devoted to source code assessment and code reviewing mission and he leads the Owasp Orizon project, an opensource code review engine. --- Recorded at the Open Web Application Security Project (www.OWASP.org) NYC Conference on Sep 25, 2008 – Content produced by www.MediaArchives.com - Many other OWASP Conference videos available on www.OWASP.tv Get Involved Today! ---
Views: 100 mediarchives
Interference & Synchronizing
 
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Learn Java
Views: 707 spoddern
Sonar, embrace Quality
 
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SONAR is an open source software quality management tool, dedicated to continuously analyze and measure source code quality. Using SONAR throughout the whole development project life cycle drastically improves visibility for every stakeholder. This gained visibility allows to manage risks, reduce maintenance costs and improve agility by implementing a real quality first approach. Teams can now seamlessly embrace quality with fun. Visit Sonar at http://sonar.codehaus.org
Views: 8418 ogaudin
CGAL: The Open Source Computational Geometry Algorithms Library
 
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Google Tech Talks March, 3 2008 ABSTRACT Introduction Project mission statement, history, internal organization, partners, CGAL in numbers. What's in CGAL A survey on available data structures and algorithms, as well as examples how and by whom they are used. Topics include Triangulations, Voronoi diagrams, Boolean operations on polygons and polyhedra, arrangements of curves and their applications, Mesh generation, Geometry processing, Alpha shapes, Convex hull algorithms, Operations on polygons, Search structures, Interpolation, Shape analysis, fitting, and distances, Kinetic data structures... Generic Programming Paradigm CGAL data structures are C++ template classes and functions, usually taking several template parameters (with default values for ease of use). This gives developers an incredible flexibility to adapt the data structures to their needs, which is important internally for code reuse, and important for end users, as they typically integrate CGAL in already existing applications. Parts of CGAL are also interfaced with languages and software like Python, Java, Scilab, Qt and the Ipe drawing editor. Exact Geometric Computing Paradigm We present how to make geometric algorithms correct, robust, and nevertheless fast, by combining floating point arithmetic with exact arithmetic, and clever filtering mechanisms to switch between these two modes. These mechanisms can be used for geometric predicates, as well as for geometric constructions, which instead of a discrete return value generate new geometric entities. Conclusion and Outlook A wrapup, and a sneak preview on algorithms that might make it into future releases of CGAL. Speaker: Andreas Fabri, PhD, GeometryFactory As member of the initial development team of the CGAL project, Andreas is one of the architects of the CGAL software. For several years he chaired the CGAL Editorial Board. In 2003, Andreas founded the GeometryFactory as spin-off of the CGAL project, offering licenses, service and support to commercial users. Andreas received his PhD in 1994 from the Ecole des Mines de Paris, while working on geometric algorithms for parallel machines at INRIA. Speaker: Sylvain Pion, PhD, INRIA Sophia-Antipolis Sylvain got involved in the CGAL project during his PhD, which he received in 1999 at INRIA. He worked then on providing generic solutions to numerical robustness issues arising in geometric algorithms. Later on he worked on the efficiency of some fundamental geometric algorithms such as 3D Delaunay triangulations. He is now also involved in C++ standardization, and is working on parallel geometric algorithms. He is employed as researcher at INRIA, and is the current chair of the CGAL Editorial Board.
Views: 67759 GoogleTechTalks
Java and Job
 
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Intro piece for a class on Job.
Views: 127 MarquisEstelle
project of Network Analysis.3gp
 
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Project Presentation of Network Analysis
Views: 173 saadgcuf
Google java trick
 
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I DONT KNOW JAVA!
Views: 807 Luke Arledge
Make Money Online Trading Stock Symbol JAVA 20080310
 
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http://www.SupportLineAlerts.com This is today's BobChart for Sun Microsystems Inc. Sun Microsystems Inc closed at 15.94. The nearest support is 10.9 percent below the close at 14.20. The nearest resistance is 9.62 percent above the close at 17.47.
Views: 107 BobCharts
Java Match Template WebCam Test
 
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Java MatchTemplate WebCam Test http://www.larmor.com/portal/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=27&Itemid=60 http://sourceforge.net/projects/jmatchtemplate/
Views: 5688 larmor
Practical Thin Server Architecture Using Dojo
 
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Google Tech Talks October 24, 2008 ABSTRACT Dojo is arguable the most feature-complete ajax toolkit today. Using Dojo's data stores to create a clean separation of concerns from the server-side, this talk gives practical advice for impementing all rendering of data in the browser, leading to a much thinner server, which focus on business-logic only. Speaker: Peter Svensson Peter is a Java and Ajax developer active in the Dojo Ajax community. His controversial Thin Server Architecture is not a new idea, but hopes to save time and complexity from todays fast-paced web application development schedules. He lives in Stockholm Sweden in a beautiful house house with his wife, two kids and three cats. He has too many side projects, but is always open for new ones. He probably reads more SF than you do (Since he doesn't have a drivers license).
Views: 9148 GoogleTechTalks
Annotation
 
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Learn Java
Views: 4206 spoddern
Import Excel to MySQL Database
 
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Take a Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet and import it into a MySQL Database using CSV files and PHPMyAdmin.
Views: 602735 Michael Lively
Lecture 1 | Programming Paradigms (Stanford)
 
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Lecture by Professor Jerry Cain for Programming Paradigms (CS107) in the Stanford University Computer Science department. Professor Cain provides an overview of the course. Programming Paradigms (CS107) introduces several programming languages, including C, Assembly, C++, Concurrent Programming, Scheme, and Python. The class aims to teach students how to write code for each of these individual languages and to understand the programming paradigms behind these languages. Complete Playlist for the Course: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=9D558D49CA734A02 CS 107 Course Website: http://www.CS107.stanford.edu/ Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford/
Views: 909061 Stanford