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Understanding Application Behaviours for Android Security: A Systematic Characterization
(Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 2016), TR-16-05
In contrast to most existing research on Android focusing on specific security issues, there is little broad understanding of Android application run-time characteristics and their security implications. To mitigate this ...
AutoMatch: Automated Matching of Compute Kernels to Heterogeneous HPC Architectures
(Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 2016-12-13), TR-16-06
Abstract—HPC systems contain a wide variety of heterogeneous computing resources, ranging from general-purpose CPUs to specialized accelerators. Porting sequential applications to such systems for achieving high performance ...
DroidCat: Unified Dynamic Detection of Android Malware
(Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 2016), TR-17-01
Various dynamic approaches have been developed to detect or categorize Android malware. These approaches execute software, collect call traces, and then detect abnormal system calls or sensitive API usage. Consequently, ...