Posts Tagged ‘ metrics ’

DIY ZeroAccess GeoIP Analysis : So What?

October 8, 2012
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DIY ZeroAccess GeoIP Analysis : So What?

NOTE: A great deal of this post comes from @jayjacobs as he took a conversation we were having about thoughts on ways to look at the data and just ran like the Flash with it. Did you know that – if you’re a US citizen – you have approximately a 1 in 5 chance of getting the

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Halstead’s metrics and flat-Earthers are still with us

August 18, 2011
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Halstead’s metrics and flat-Earthers are still with us

I recently discovered a fascinating series of technical reports from the 1970s in the Purdue University e-Pubs archive that shine a surprising light on what are now known as the Halstead metrics. The first surprises came from Halstead’s A Software Physics Analysis of Akiyama’s Debugging Data; surprising in the size of the data set used

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Empirical software engineering is five years old

March 31, 2011
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Empirical software engineering is five years old

Science and engineering are built on theoretical models that are tested against measurements of ‘reality’. Until around 10 years ago there was very little software engineering ‘reality’ publicly available; companies rarely made source available and were generally unforthcoming about any bugs that had been discovered. What happened around 10 years ago was the creation of

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