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  • Zwaenepo el, D. Kostíc. Staged Deployment in Mirage, an Integrated Software Upgrade Testing and Distribution System. In In Proceedings of the Symposium on
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  • Zwaenepoel, D. Kostić. Staged Deployment in Mirage, an Integrated Software Upgrade Testing and Distribution System. In In Proceedings of the Symposium on
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  • Zwaenepoel, D. Kostić. Staged Deployment in Mirage, an Integrated Software Upgrade Testing and Distribution System. In In Proceedings of the Symposium on
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  • Zwaenepoel, D. Kostić. Staged Deployment in Mirage, an Integrated Software Upgrade Testing and Distribution System. In In Proceedings of the Symposium on
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  • software, a specific software qualification review. The Industrial Architect shall take part in these reviews and report on complete system testing performed
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  • simulator is available on the host to provide test data input; (c) The real testing takes place in the "software test lab." This consists of a target configuration
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  • licensing arrangements, such as the GNU General Public License (“GPL”) for software or the Creative Commons family of licenses for other sorts of expressive
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  • programs (debugging, program maintenance) (4.6) Software evaluation, test, and measurements (software modeling, algorithm performance monitoring) Mathematics
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  • on Freely Redistributable Software in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Slated for February, 1996, and sponsored by the Free Software Foundation, the event promised
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  • SourceSam Williams In November, 1995, Peter Salus, a member of the Free Software Foundation and author of the 1994 book, A Quarter Century of Unix, issued
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  • Technology Subtitle B - Testing of Health Information Technology Subtitle B—Testing of Health Information Technology (a) Pilot Testing of Standards and
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  • §271(f)(1). This case concerns the applicability of §271(f) to computer software first sent from the United States to a foreign manufacturer on a master
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  • improving software; (5) acceleration of high-performance computer system development; (6) technical support and research and development of software and hardware
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  • Freedom (2002) — Chapter 10: GNU/LinuxSam Williams By 1993, the free software movement was at a crossroads. To the optimistically inclined, all signs
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  • Aeneid The new printer was jammed, again. Richard M. Stallman, a staff software programmer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Artificial Intelligence
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  • (Hofman & West, 2008). Liang (2004) notes that: While phrases such as 'free software' and 'copyleft' conjure up an image of alternatives to copyright, it is
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  • Free Software and Free Media  (2006)  by Eben Moglen 52560Free Software and Free MediaEben Moglen2006 [Eben Moglen:] Thank you, it’s a pleasure
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  • Starting this Thanksgiving I am going to write a complete Unix-compatible software system called GNU (for Gnu’s Not Unix), and give it away free to everyone
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  • Sam Williams and Richard M. Stallman2010 Chapter 10 By 1993, the free software movement was at a crossroads. To the optimistically inclined, all signs
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  • software designed for a variety of navigational purposes. In general, the following components comprise an ECS or ECDIS. Computer processor, software
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