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The generation of printable shellcode is an important computer security research area. The original idea of the printable shellcode generation was to write a binary, executable code in a way that the generated byte code contains only bytes that are represented by the English letters, numbers and punctuation characters. In this way unfortunately only a limited number of CPU instructions can be used. In the originally published paper a small decoder is written with instructions represented by printable characters and the shellcode is decoded on the stack to be executed later. This paper, however describes a proof of concept project, which converts the source code of a full assembly program or shellcode to a new source code, whose compiled binary code contains only printable characters. The paper also presents new, printable character implementation of some CPU instructions.

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The paper is an overview of issues related to the space creation of a building, possibilities of developing frame structure and connections of force distribution in the construction. In plane the force distribution can be compression, bending and tension. In space “enclosing” a geometric solid means space creation. In space as it is to be expected, the force distribution must be compression, bending and tension in two different directions at the same time. This can be really variant but in the case of surface or surface-like constructions generated by translations (and/or rotations) on one hand, there are some other surfaces, which cannot be generated by translations (and/or rotations), on the other hand, the dimension of the inside “forces” is not two but three (independent components of a two-by-two tensor either in the case of compression tension, or in the case of bending). By this, force distribution is more complicated in space than in plane.

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Constant stream of data has been generated and stored as more devices are being connected to the internet and supported with cloud technologies. The price drop of such applications along with industry 4.0 trending, triggered an explosive growth and demand for many IT modern solutions. From an industrial point of view, sensorization practices are spreading through factories and warehouses where software is constantly adapting to provide actionable insights in a data-driven configuration. The fourth industrial revolution is empowering the manufacturers with solutions for cost reduction, which translates in competitive advantage. The sector of maintenance operations is leading in engineering innovation, from reactive to planned preventive techniques the next step in history of proactive approaches is Predictive Analytics Maintenance.

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International Review of Applied Sciences and Engineering
Authors: Ahmed S. Al-Zuhairi, Alaa H. Altimimy, Ali T. Al-Aqbi, and Hazim M. Al-Kargole

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Growing ramification in WSN contemplations are not restricted to routing, construction of protocols, dynamic of mobile nodes and infrastructure of the network. Although transcended to geometric level demonstrated as computational and dynamical geometries in spite of graph theory. In this paper we present step forward recognition features of a network devoted to solve the problem of reconstructing the disconnected network by connecting any disconnected chains. It considers geometrical properties of random depletion nodes deviated from unit grid. Number of chains and number of nodes in each chain are calculated with the average number of connections to a total nodes and longest chain. Histogram represented number of chains and numbers of nodes for each chain are used to show fragmentation of the network. Algorithm included a method to translate adjacent matrix to chain matrix and vice versa to check the agreement of initial case with the results. The amount of chain deviation and average connections per node for longest connected chain and for the total network are drawn as bar charts and conduct interpretations.

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carbon buildings. Assessment of design options and the translation of design intent into performance in practice . PhD thesis. University of Strathclyde. Available at https://strathprints.strath.ac.uk/46722/. [4

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. [27]. L. Baranyi 2005 Lift and drag evaluation in translating and rotating non-inertial systems Journal of Fluids and Structures

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operations, functional simulations, translate or map operations, time constraints simulation, or to generate bit-stream files that will be uploaded on the FPGA processor-based framework. In this way the manufacturing plant will form a high performance smart

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synthesized using sinusoidal waves. Usually, using more sinusoidal waves produces better results. To approximate a discontinuity such as the one present on an ideal square wave, it requires a large number of harmonics. This translates to a high bandwidth (BW

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read at the beginning of this chapter, this FFT does not need to be interpreted in the same way as the display of a time-constant sampling signal in the frequency domain. This chart translates the rate of change in heart rate into a frequency range. The

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to the costs that everybody must bear. Contingent upon how it is deliberate, the joblessness rate is available to translation. It is understood that increased unemployment reduces CCI. 2.6 Money supply (M4) Here, M4 indicates the 4th type of money. 2

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