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Inferring previously uninstalled applications from digital traces

Author(s)
Jim Jones, Tahir Kahn, Kathryn B. Laskey, Alexander J. Nelson, Mary T. Laamanen, Douglas R. White
In this paper, we present an approach and experimental results to suggest the past presence of an application after the application has been uninstalled and the

Approximate Matching: Definition and Terminology

Author(s)
Frank Breitinger, Barbara Guttman, Michael McCarrin, Vassil Roussev, Douglas R. White
This document provides a definition of and terminology for approximate matching. Approximate matching is a promising technology designed to identify

Digital Forensics Using Hashsets - NRSL

Author(s)
Douglas R. White
Our results extending Kuhn's fault class hierarchy provide a justification for the focus of fault-based testing strategies on detecting particular faults and

A Perl-Based Framework For Distributed Processing

Author(s)
Douglas R. White, John M. Tebbutt
The National Software Reference Library (NSRL) of the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) collects software from various sources and

A Perl-Based Framework for Distributed Processing

Author(s)
Douglas R. White, John M. Tebbutt
Our results extending Kuhn's fault class hierarchy provide a justification for the focus of fault-based testing strategies on detecting particular faults and

Report to U.S. Election Assistance Commission

Author(s)
Douglas R. White
Our results extending Kuhn's fault class hierarchy provide a justification for the focus of fault-based testing strategies on detecting particular faults and

Digital Forensics - Using Perl to Harvest Hash Sets

Author(s)
Douglas R. White, John M. Tebbutt
Our results extending Kuhn's fault class hierarchy provide a justification for the focus of fault-based testing strategies on detecting particular faults and

Digital Forensics ¿ Using Perl to Harvest Hash Sets

Author(s)
Douglas R. White, John M. Tebbutt
Our results extending Kuhn's fault class hierarchy provide a justification for the focus of fault-based testing strategies on detecting particular faults and