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•Design and Evaluation of Network Survivability Schemes for Correlated Multi-Failure Scenarios By Oscar Diaz
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Computer network recovery from multiple correlated failures is a major concern given the increased level of infrastructure vulnerability to natural disasters, massive power failures, and malicious... More > attacks. In many cases, existing network recovery schemes cannot handle such scenarios as they are mostly designed for isolated single node and link failures. Hence in order to properly address this concern, improved network recovery schemes are needed based upon probabilistic failure models. This work presents some novel path protection algorithms along these lines to help minimize failure probabilities and also take into account well-known traffic engineering concerns. Network simulation is also used to evaluate the proposed solutions.< Less
The Computer in Court - A Second Revised Edition By Alistair Kelman
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Back to the Future: In 1981 Alistair Kelman and Richard Sizer wrote a book on the admissibility and reliability of computer evidence called “The Computer in Court” based around an... More > imaginary court case in which a person was wrongly accused of a crime through the failure of his employer to adopt proper data processing practices. This is a revised version brought up to date< Less
The Computer in Court - A Second Revised Edition By Alistair Kelman
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Back to the Future: In 1981 Alistair Kelman and Richard Sizer wrote a book on the admissibility and reliability of computer evidence called “The Computer in Court” based around an... More > imaginary court case in which a person was wrongly accused of a crime through the failure of his employer to adopt proper data processing practices. This is a revised version brought up to date< Less
Computer Certification: 12 Things You Need to Know By William Cortinas
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In this ebook, you'll find helpful tips on how to boost your career and benefit from a Mircosoft certification, how to make failure work for you, what you must know about MCSE and much more. GRAB A... More > COPY TODAY!< Less
Computer-aided drug design. The HCV family example. By Dimitrios Vlachakis
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Hepatitis C and Dengue viruses belong to the family of Flaviviridae. Viruses in this family are enveloped, have positive-sense RNA and are responsible for a variety of life threatening diseases.... More > Hepatitis C virus is the major etiological agent of post-transfusion hepatitis worldwide. An estimated 3 % of the world's population is infected with HCV according to the World Health Organization. Infection with HCV will most regularly result in chronic hepatitis, which leads to liver cirrhosis, hepatocellular carcinoma and liver failure. Dengue is currently the most important viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes afflicting humans the world context. Clinical symptoms range from mild fevers to a severe haemorrhagic disease. To date neither specific antiviral treatments exist nor are there any vaccines available for both infections. Thus there is an urgent need for new therapies.< Less
Deus Ex Machina By Nathan Whitmore
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In San Jose, California, Cogitate Labs is about to unveil a stunning technological breakthrough--a computer program that promises life after death. The pressure mounts as political demonstrations,... More > industrial espionage, and server failures threaten the product launch. And in Russia, a crime ring leader named Morotski is on a hunt to find some way to cure his heart condition before he dies. Now, Gary Lewitz, the chief developer of Cogitate's software, is pulled into a desperate FBI effort to find Morotski before he can use Cogitate's technology to make himself immortal. But software always has bugs...< Less
Deus Ex Machina By Nathan Whitmore
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In San Jose, California, Cogitate Labs is about to unveil a stunning technological breakthrough--a computer program that promises life after death. The pressure mounts as political demonstrations,... More > industrial espionage, and server failures threaten the product launch. And in Russia, a crime ring leader named Morotski is on a hunt to find some way to cure his heart condition before he dies. Now, Gary Lewitz, the chief developer of Cogitate's software, is pulled into a desperate FBI effort to find Morotski before he can use Cogitate's technology to make himself immortal. But software always has bugs...< Less
Tech Insupportable By Kate Gladstone
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The latest advances in computing may be more trouble than you reckoned with ...
Kissed by Death: The Update By Lon R. Maisttison
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“Kissed by Death: The Update” has been formatted in PDF to support I-pad, I-phone, smart phone readers and computers. The book is based on the authors own thirteen years story with the... More > illness. It addresses causes, symptoms, diagnosis and medications. It talks about simple aerobic and resistance weight training exercises to strengthen the body. It focuses on a low sodium diet, how to read food and ingredient labels, and build a sodium database. The second half of the book deals with the Mediterranean diet and profiles the author’s own low-sodium, good-carb, Mediterranean Style Eating and cooking methods.< Less
My Hard-Drive Died Along With My Heart By Thomas Walskaar
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My Hard-Drive Died Along With My Heart” is a book project created by Thomas Walskaar where he explores people's relationship with hard-drives and what emotions people get after the trust is... More > broken. The book contains a collection of online forum and twitter posts on the topic. As a society we always seem to be looking for a new technical solution for knowledge and information storage and for this, we hope there is one magic, final solution that will solve every issue. But easy solutions create their own problems. The perceived view of the stable nature of digital information differs from reality.< Less