Browsing by Author "Patros, Panos"

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  • Embedding Java classes with code2vec: improvements from variable obfuscation

    Compton, Rhys; Frank, Eibe; Patros, Panos; Koay, Abigail (ACM, 2020)
    Automatic source code analysis in key areas of software engineering, such as code security, can benefit from Machine Learning (ML). However, many standard ML approaches require a numeric representation of data and cannot ...
  • ESCAPADE: Encryption-type-ransomeware: system call based pattern detection

    Chew, Christopher; Kumar, Vimal; Patros, Panos; Malik, Robi (Springer, 2020)
    Encryption-type ransomware has risen in prominence lately as the go-to malware for threat actors aiming to compromise Android devices. In this paper, we present a ransomware detection technique based on behaviours observed ...
  • Insights into WebAssembly: Compilation performance and shared code caching in node.js

    Nießen, Tobias; Dawson, Michael; Patros, Panos; Kent, Kenneth B. (ACM, 2020)
    Alongside JavaScript, V8 and Node.js have become essential components of contemporary web and cloud applications. With the addition of WebAssembly to the web, developers finally have a fast platform for performance-critical ...
  • Maintaining SLOs of cloud-native applications via self-adaptive resource sharing

    Podolskiy, Vladimir; Mayo, Michael; Koay, Abigail; Gerndt, Michael; Patros, Panos (IEEE, 2019)
    With changing workloads, cloud service providers can leverage vertical container scaling (adding/removing resources) so that Service Level Objective (SLO) violations are minimized and spare resources are maximized. In this ...
  • Node.js scalability investigation in the cloud

    Zhu, Jiapeng; Patros, Panos; Kent, Kenneth B.; Dawson, Michael (ACM, 2018)
    Node.js has gained popularity in cloud development due to its asynchronous, non-blocking and event-driven nature. However, scalability issues can limit the number of concurrent requests while achieving an acceptable level ...

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