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Do you know how BUGS work?

I’ve been using BUGS (Bayesian inference Using Gibbs Sampling) several times so far. Despite the numerous drawbacks and the bloody slowness that makes it suitable for relatively small data sets, I found that BUGS is commonly used by researchers who want … Continue reading

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Random vs. random: the chances of success against randomess

I recently ended up on a paper about a security countermeasure against heap-spraying attacks within web browsers. The main goal of an attacker consists in injecting malicious code and trying to execute it. The presence of a vulnerability allows the … Continue reading

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