Each applications page contains a brief introduction to the application. This is followed by a more detailed account which describes how the examples being learnt from are represented using predicates. The page ends with links to our FTP site via which you can download the appropriate dataset. A few pages have datasets for both Golem and Progol; most, though, provide data for only one of these programs. The page also references the original papers for our experiments with the dataset, and points to LaTeX and PostScript README files which are similar in content to the page.
Logi Analytics' recently published its second annual executive review of embedded analytics trends and tactics. It's called "2014 State of Embedded Analytics". "What's exciting to all of us at Logi Analytics is that ALL software applications are becoming analytic applications." But are ALL software applications becoming analytic applications as Logi claims? The supporting claim that "The median value of analytics as a percentage of overall product value is 35%" appears to support that directionally.
Today, mobile applications are increasingly being used to access the Web. Mobile developers play a key role in how consumers access the Web with millions of people depending on them to create secure and functional applications. This book, beginning with the fundamentals of Android security, will guide you through the process of creating a secure and debugged application. We will look at the Android Studio development environment and take you through the steps needed to protect your local data and secure your network communications. Initially covering the threats, risks, and vulnerabilities in software and in the Android environment, this book will then dig deeper, exploring different types of authentication methods that can be adopted in your Android application.
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