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Several works attempted to establish procedures to individuate bugs, defects or anomalies during the different phases of software development, especially in the implementation phase. The mere detection of anomalies is not sufficient, though, at least until they get fixed. Corrective actions can be formulated to remove anomalies and enhance the software quality. Preventive actions are equally important in as much as they avoid the emergence and recurrence of anomalies in the future.

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Some novel methods for imaging based on synthetic aperture radar can result in images contaminated by artifacts as a consequence of pushing the limits of the algorithms. In order to mitigate the impact of this artifacts, image translation techniques can be exploited enabling to turn the SAR image into a cleaner one. For this purpose, multiple techniques can be used such as convolutional neural networks or generative adversial networks. However, the training of those systems can require a high number of images, which can be computationally expensive to generate.

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The dataset of labeled tracking evolution of static warnings between the SOA approach and our approach.

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The dataset of labeled tracking evolution of static warnings between the SOA approach and our approach.

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This dataset is an extended version of the "Riyadh Restaurants 20K" dataset available on Kaggle. Some clean processing has been made to this version, such as standardizing the restaurants' names and removing irrelevant records. The dataset contains restaurants details extracted from Foursquare.com.

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Abstract (for details, see https://osf.io/e4rvz/)

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Thu, 01/27/2022 - 18:19
Citation Author(s): 
Ji-Ping Lin

Parasitic infections have been recognised as one of the most significant causes of illnesses by WHO. Most infected persons shed cysts or eggs in their living environment, and unwittingly cause transmission of parasites to other individuals. Diagnosis of intestinal parasites is usually based on direct examination in the laboratory, of which capacity is obviously limited.

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Mon, 09/05/2022 - 00:43
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Duangdao Palasuwan, Thanarat H. Chalidabhongse, Korranat Naruenatthanaset, Thananop Kobchaisawat, Kanyarat Boonpeng, Nuntiporn Nunthanasup, Nantheera Anantrasirichai

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