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RadioNZ Morning Report
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Topics: Radio New Zealand, Morning Report, Geoff Robinson, Sean Plunket
RadioNZ Morning Report
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The Dana Loesch Show
by Dana Loesch
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Topics: The Dana Show, Dana Loesch, Radio America
The No BS Podcast
by Maximum PC
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Welcome to a special GDC edition of the Maximum PC Podcast! This week, Will, Gordon, Mike, and Jeremy discuss: GDC Happenings - Crytek 2 Engine, DirectX 10 gaming, and Intel's hardware plans Update on Vista Activation Cracks Microsoft WGA updates phone home without saying anything The new HD Photo spec from Microsoft Gears of War official for the PC Will's HDR Photos All that, plus Ask the Doctor, a live update on what everyone's testing in the Maximum PC Lab, a desperate plea for reader...
Topics: download, entertainment, funny, itunes, maximum pc, No BS Podcast, Podcast, News
RadioNZ Morning Report
by Radio New Zealand
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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Microsoft Research Audio
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The game-theoretic framework, introduced by Vovk and myself in 2001 (www.probabilityandfinance.com), uses game theory instead of measure theory as a mathematical framework for probability. Classical theorems are proven by betting strategies that multiply a player's stake by a large factor if the theorem's prediction fails. In this talk, I will discuss the basic idea of game-theoretic probability and two important applications: Defensive forecasting, (2) the game-theoretic interpretation of...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Yuri Gurevich, Glenn Shafer
People like to look at images and interact with them. We will show how scanned beam technology can either display, or capture images, and that this makes it unique when compared to other display technologies such as LCD,PDP,OLED, or projection. Scanned beam is what is used in laser printers in one dimensional form. We have replaced the polygon by a MEMs device as small as a few millimeters in size that scans in two dimensions at video rates. This small size and simplicity enables a range of...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Steven Bathiche and Andy Wilson, John R....
The Giant Bombcast
by GiantBomb
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With Brad out of the office, we invite gamecop Giancarlo Varanini to fill the fourth chair as we drink bird-nest-based beverages, recount Jeff and Vinny's nightmare weekend in Houston, appraise the initial DSiWare offerings, and more.
Topics: GiantBomb, Giant Bomb, Jeff Gerstmann, Ryan Davis, video games, PS3, WiiU, Xbox 360, PC, PSP, DS
The Mike Slater Show
by Mike Slater
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The Mike Slater Show
by Mike Slater
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The Mike Slater Show
by Mike Slater
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Engadget Podcast
by Engadget
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We're back to our regular newsy podcast for 101, and is there ever news to discuss. Dreams may come true for trepidatious would-be satellite radio customers with XM and Sirius announcing their intentions to merge into one mega broadcaster; in the same vein, Apple and Cisco finally made nice over the iPhone name, which will be used by both companies' products. Canon loosed a slew of interesting new cameras, Samsung hit us with an interesting new kind of monitor that rocks USB over regular video...
Topics: Engadget Podcast, Ryan Block, Peter Rojas
KQED Forum with Michael Krasny
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A conversation with primatologist Jane Goodall.
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Engadget Podcast
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Get up, wake up, wake up: it's the first of the month, and it's also a Friday, so gather the fam 'round the glowing laptop by the fireplace and fire up the 246th edition of this, the Engadget Podcast. Dana Wollman rolls with us this time around the week in tech, which featured a generous stacking-up-upon of the already gigantic pile of tablets we have lying around HQ. We also had a plus-sized shot from the dark out of Mountain View and a healthy smattering of statistics and other news-morsels...
Topics: Engadget Podcast, Tim Stevens, Brian Heater, Dana Wollman
This talk will describe the work in image, video and multimedia processing carried out at Multimedia Research Lab at Ryerson University. Our work focuses on four topics: human computer interaction, streaming media, indexing and retrieval, and bioinformatics. I will first give a brief introduction on these topics. I will then present two recent projects: Bimodal human emotion recognition. We investaged language/speaker independent human emotion recognition using audiovisual cues and different...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Yong Rui, Ling Guan
Microsoft Research Audio
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The notion of a ”market” has undergone a paradigm shift with the Internet – totally new and highly successful markets have been defined and launched by companies such as Google, Yahoo!, Amazon, MSN and Ebay. Another major change is the availability of massive computational power for running these markets in a centralized or distributed manner. In view of these new realities, the study of market equilibria, an important, though essentially non-algorithmic, theory within Mathematical...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Kamal Jain, Vijay Vazirani
Microsoft Research Audio
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One proposed approach to deter denial of service attacks is to require clients to solve computational puzzles before connecting to a server. Unfortunately, standard puzzle schemes impose a higher cost on legitimate clients than on attackers, because legitimate clients must often solve puzzles online while users are waiting, but attackers can solve puzzles offline using hijacked machines. We propose a new type of puzzle scheme that lowers costs for servers and for legitimate clients (but not for...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Dan Simon, Ed Felton
The T3 Podcast
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It's been the biggest week in gaming since Atari buried all those copies of ET that time. We tell you why. Also, do you remember posh Tom from The Apprentice? Well, he's on this week and he has a new-type nail file to flog you... And he needs your help.
Topics: T3 Magazine, T3-Podcast
This talk describes Secure Virtual Architecture (SVA), an efficient and robust approach to provide a safe execution environment for an entire commodity operating system, such as Linux and its hosted applications. SVA defines a simple, but complete, virtual architecture, implemented via a compiler-based virtual machine. The SVA approach is efficient and requires relatively few changes to the guest OS because it is based on a set of novel, and highly efficient, techniques to enforce strong safety...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Jim Larus, Vikram Adve
Engadget Podcast
by Engadget
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Shepherd three tech journos into a room, provide them with microphones, and what do you get? No, not bad karaoke... you get a podcast of course. Though, if the former were to happen, they'd probably go for (and mispronounce) something by The Boss.
Topics: Engadget Podcast, Tim Stevens, Brian Heater, Peter Rojas
RadioNZ Morning Report
by Radio New Zealand
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Topics: Radio New Zealand, Morning Report, Geoff Robinson, Sean Plunket
The Giant Bombcast
by GiantBomb
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We get back to our regularly-scheduled podcast and discuss the candy-filled fun of Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise, vent about Mercenaries 2: World in Flames, speculate about Capcom's next fighting game revival, and more!
Topics: GiantBomb, Giant Bomb, Jeff Gerstmann, Ryan Davis, video games, PS3, WiiU, Xbox 360, PC, PSP, DS
TALK 1: The Research Accelerator for Multiple Processors (RAMP) is an affordable and versatile multiprocessor emulation platform being built as a large collaborative effort. RAMP hardware, from processors to coherent caches to networks, is implemented in field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) for flexibility, accuracy, visibility, cost and performance. It is designed to be composable, where different components can be quickly written, assembled and run. By using hardware rather than simulation,...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Richard Draves, John Wawrzynek, Jan M....
Engadget Podcast
by Engadget
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On our second day of CES coverage we didn't exactly get much more sleep, but we did manage to have the best keynote coverage of anyone anywhere. Marc Perton, our resident keynote ninja, sits down with Peter to talk about his day spent with Moto, Dell, Samsung and Sony. Besides the keynotes, we pontificate on Verizon finally adding V CAST Music, SanDisk rocking two new MP3 players, and TiVo yanking a keynote at what looks like the last minute. Plus, Peter interviews Dell CEO Michael Dell (yeah,...
Topics: Engadget Podcast, Ryan Block, Peter Rojas
Kojima Productions: The Report
by Kojima Productions
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After surviving the chaos of E3 preparations, Sean, Christine, and Chris are back in the studio to answer questions and delve a little deeper into each of KP's newly announced projects!
Topics: Kojima Productions, metal, gear, solid, hideo, kojima, productions, report, sean, eyestone,...
The machine translation and text summarization communities have both benefitted greatly from the introduction of automated evaluation procedures. Automatic evaluation methods facilitate faster turnaround for system development and assessment cycles, thus making them an essential part of the research problem. However, at the present, methodologies used in the evaluations are limited to lexical identity matching. The lack of support for word or phrase matching that stretches beyond strict lexical...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Lucy Vanderwende, Liang Zhou
Microsoft Research Audio
by Microsoft Research
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The Manticore project is an effort to design and implement a new functional language for parallel programming. Unlike many earlier parallel languages, Manticore is a heterogeneous language that supports parallelism at multiple levels. Specifically, we combine CML-style explicit concurrency with fine-grain, implicitly threaded, parallel constructs. To support heterogeneous parallelism, we have developed a novel scheduling architecture. We have been workingon an implementation of Manticore for...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Jim Larus, John Reppy
Battelle’s blog: www.battellemedia.com What does the world want? According to John Battelle, a company that answers that question—in all its shades of meaning—can unlock the most intractable riddles of business and arguably of human culture itself. Battelle will discuss the past, present, and future of search technology and the enormous impact it’s starting to have on marketing, media, pop culture, dating, job hunting, international law, civil liberties, and just about every other...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Tamara Pesik, John Battelle
Engadget Podcast
by Engadget
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Happy The Engadget Podcast New Year's, everybody! You know what to do. Don't forget to date your checks right.
Topics: Engadget Podcast, Brian Heater, Richard Lawler, Terrence O'Brien
RadioNZ Nine to Noon
by Radio New Zealand
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Topics: Radio New Zealand, Nine to Noon, Kathryn Ryan
Kojima Productions: The Report
by Kojima Productions
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This episode is the big reveal you've been waiting for... The announcement for the art contest winners! They were all tough decisions with all of the awesome entries, but we've decided on our top 10. Are you one of the winners?... To find out, you'll have to tune in!
Topics: Kojima Productions, metal, gear, solid, hideo, kojima, productions, report, sean, eyestone,...
RadioNZ Nine to Noon
by Radio New Zealand
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Topics: Radio New Zealand, Nine to Noon, Kathryn Ryan
Wall Street Journal Evening Tech Briefing
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Resource-Based NLP (by Hitoshi Isahara) Abstract: At NICT, we develop widely-applicable and high-performance NLP technologies and linguistic resources, which we make available to public to facilitate the development of multilingual information processing technologies. As for linguistic resources, we have already published several large resources and aim to be one of the world-biggest NLP resource centers. We are working on the development of linguistic resources (corpora, dictionaries and other...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Hisami Suzuki, Hitoshi Isahara, Kiyotaka...
Microsoft Research Audio
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Humans have an amazing ability to instantly grasp the overall 3D structure of a scene – ground orientation, relative positions of major landmarks, etc – even from a single image. This ability is completely missing in most popular recognition algorithms, which pretend that the world is flat and/or view it through a patch-sized peephole. Yet it seems very likely that having a grasp of this 'geometric context' of a scene should be of great assistance for many tasks, including recognition,...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Rick Szeliski, Alexei (Alyosha) Efros
Microsoft Research Audio
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In the first part of my talk, I shall present a platform-based compilation and synthesis system, named xPilot, developed at UCLA. The xPilot provides advanced behavioral synthesis capability for compiling C, C++ , or SystemC applications to high quality RTL code optimized for FPGA platforms for logic, interconnects, and memory optimization with flexibile performance and area trade-off. It includes a number of algorithmic innovations, such as scheduling based on the system of difference...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Darko Kirovski, Jason Cong
Coding theory emerged in the late 1940's, thanks to the works of Shannon and Hamming, as the theory supporting 'reliable transmission of information (in the presence (fear?) of noise)'. More than fifty years since, enormous progress has been made within this theory. At the same time, some of the most central questions remain mysteriously elusive. In this talk we will survey some recent progress, (hopefully) clarify some of the (pervasive?) misconceptions, and lay out some of the classical...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Jennifer Chayes, Madhu Sudan
CBC: Spark Podcast
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Corporations in the US and Europe began outsourcing 'back office' work to India in the 1980s, and in recent years, the outsourcing of jobs to India--in everything from IT, to call centres, to legal research, to journalism--has been a big Indian business story, and a source of consternation amongst workers in the west, who fear their own jobs will be outsourced, or are concerned about downward pressure on wages. But now, the story of Indian outsourcing is about to take another turn. Call it...
Topics: CBC, Spark, CBC Spark, Full Interviews, Nora Young, Anand Giridharadas
Microsoft Research Audio
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Embedded microcontrollers are becoming increasingly prolific, serving as the primary or auxiliary processor in products and research systems from microwaves to sensor networks. Microcontrollers represent perhaps the most severely resource-constrained embedded processors, often with as little as a few bytes of memory and a few kilobytes of code space. Language and compiler technology has so far been unable to bring the benefits of modern object-oriented languages to such processors. This talk...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Pramod Joisha, Ben Titzer
Microsoft Research Audio
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Key words: Statistical Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Text Mining, and Semantic Integration Most information in the world exists in the format of text, such as news articles and web pages. Different lines of research have been conducted to allow a computer system to pinpoint knowledge from text with different precision, including information retrieval, information, and question answering. The goal of these tasks is to discover, understand and access knowledge about real-world...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Eric Brill, Xin Li
Wall Street Journal Morning Tech Briefing
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The Tech Report Podcast
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We kick off this episode of the TR Podcast by discussing Netflix's internet-streaming-only plan, Scott's desire for an à la carte> TV world, and Jordan's record-breaking single DVD Netflix plan. We also look at the arrival of Rage on the iPhone, months before an actual console or PC release. We then delve into some good old-fashioned hardware discussion. Geoff and Cyril play tag-team with our next story: Nvidia has released the GeForce GTX 460 SE into the wild, and Cyril has the card's...
Topics: The TR Podcast, The Tech Report
Microsoft Research Audio
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Monitoring any portion of the Internet address space reveals incessant activity. This holds even when monitoring traffic sent to unused addresses---thus we term the traffic “background radiation.” Background radiation reflects fundamentally nonproductive traffic, either malicious (flooding backscatter, scans for vulnerabilities, worms) or benign (misconfigurations). While the general presence of background radiation is well known to the network operator community, its nature had not been...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, John Dunagan, Ruoming Pang
The Giant Bombcast
by GiantBomb
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This week's discussions of Kid Icarus, Dragon's Lair, Operation Raccoon City, Guild Wars 2, Journey, Asura's Wrath, pizza tycoons, and Prey 2 will not leave you indifferent!
Topics: GiantBomb, Giant Bomb, Jeff Gerstmann, Ryan Davis, video games, PS3, WiiU, Xbox 360, PC, PSP, DS
Microsoft Research Audio
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Many problems with today's Internet routing infrastructure slow BGP convergence times exacerbated by timer-based route scanners, the difficulty of evaluating new protocols are not architectural or protocol problems, but software problems. Router software designers have tackled scaling challenges above all, treating extensibility and latency concerns as secondary. At this point in the Internet's evolution, however, further scaling and security issues require tackling latency and extensibility...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Victor Bahl, Mark Handley
RadioNZ Morning Report
by Radio New Zealand
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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Engadget Podcast
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As a lover of all things nostalgic and good, you'll certainly appreciate the dulcet tones of Peter Rojas, Engadget founder, major proponent of All Things Good With Tech, and the original voice of the Engadget Podcast, on this edition of the Engadget Podcast. There's a lot of thought work to be done on the week's news, fraught with patent kerfuffles, Android editions, and listener questions, and we do believe we've done the heavy lifting -- with Peter's help. Come join us.
Topics: Engadget Podcast, Tim Stevens, Brian Heater, Peter Rojas
Microsoft Research Audio
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Polyakov first understood in 1981 that the summation over random Riemannian metrics involved in transition amplitudes in gauge theory or string theory could be represented mathematically by the now celebrated Liouville theory of quantum gravity. The quantum gravity measure is formally defined by d mu gamma = exp[gamma h(z)]dz, where dz is the 2D Euclidean measure; exp[gamma h(z)] is the random conformal factor of the Riemannian metric, with h an instance of the Gaussian free field (GFF) on a...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, David Wilson, Bertrand Duplantier
Wall Street Journal Evening Tech Briefing
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WBEZ Worldview
by WBEZ
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Topics: WBEZ, Worldview, Jerome McDonnell
Alaska News Nightly
by Alaska Public Media
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Topics: Alaska Public Media, Alaska News Nightly
RadioNZ Nine to Noon
by Radio New Zealand
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Topics: Radio New Zealand, Nine to Noon, Kathryn Ryan
Wall Street Journal Evening Tech Briefing
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Topics: Wall Street Journal Podcast Archive, Wall Street Journal Tech News Briefing
The Dana Loesch Show
by Dana Loesch
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Topics: The Dana Show, Dana Loesch, Radio America
The Dana Loesch Show
by Dana Loesch
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Topics: The Dana Show, Dana Loesch, Radio America
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Richard Anderson, Fred Videon, Bob Riddle
Microsoft Research Audio
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Joint work with Jérôme Berclaz, Richard Lengagne and Pascal Fua. The topic of this talk is the description of an original multi-camera tracking algorithm which combines a fine frame-by-frame stochastic estimate of the ground occupancy with a Hidden Markov Model. Given three or four synchronized videos taken at eye level and from different angles, it follows up to six individuals across thousands of frames in spite of significant occlusions. Our contribution is twofold. First, we demonstrate...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Paul Viola, Francois Fleuret
The Dana Loesch Show
by Dana Loesch
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Topics: The Dana Show, Dana Loesch, Radio America
The Dana Loesch Show
by Dana Loesch
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The Dana Loesch Show
by Dana Loesch
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The Dana Loesch Show
by Dana Loesch
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The Dana Loesch Show
by Dana Loesch
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The Joe Piscopo Show
by AM 970 The Answer
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The Joe Piscopo Show
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The Joe Piscopo Show
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Microsoft Research Audio
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Comparing two executable objects has many different and interesting applications, ranging from 'offensive' security (such as attacking systems) and 'defensive' security (analyzing malware) to legal questions such as detecting code theft without access to source code of either party. The actual process of comparing executables is complicated by different optimization settings on different executables, or even different compilers. It is oftentimes beneficial to treat the executable not as...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Jon Pincus, Halvar Flake
The Joe Piscopo Show
by AM 970 The Answer
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The Mike Slater Show
by Mike Slater
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Topics: Mike Slater, The Mike Slater Show, 760 KFMB AM
UN Daily Radio Podcast
by UN
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Microsoft Research Audio
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A recent approach, COPE, for improving the throughput of unicast traffic in wireless multi-hop networks exploits the broadcast nature of the wireless medium through opportunistic network coding. In this work, we analyze throughput improvements obtained by COPE-type network coding in wireless networks from a theoretical perspective. We make two key contributions. First, we obtain a theoretical formulation for computing the throughput of network coding on any wireless network topology and any...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Jin Li, Sudipta Sengupta
The Tech Guy Podcast
by Leo Laporte
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Saturday, September 24, 2005 In today’s show… Tech News 11a-Noon Joe in Iowa City, IA - looking for postscript color printer for $500 Richard in Azusa - AV software problems Daniel in Santa Ana - fax modem stopped working Noon-1p John in El Monte - tell me about tablet PCs Lane in Signal Hill - high res screen = tiny text! Bud in San Diego - copy VHS to DVD on Mac Mike in Pennsylvania - RAW import on Mac is sloooow Charles in Brea - Sorting IE Favorites 1-2p Brad in Santa Clarita - Is the...
Topics: kfi am 640, leo laporte, the tech guy
Microsoft Research Audio
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The talk will focus on the different legal issues involved in ascertaining whether those whose business is based on the exploitation of P2P enabling software should bear liability for copyright infringement, aiming to establish whether the common features and patterns of evolution which are emerging in the field have led to a dogmatic sense of global legal certainty. ©2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Darko Kirovski, Patricia Akester
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Each year the loss of life and property due to mesoscale storms such as tornados and hurricanes is substantial. The current state of the art in predicting severe storms like tornados is based on static, fixed resolution forecast simulations and storm tracking with advanced radar. It is not good enough to accurately predict these storms with the accuracy needed to save lives. What is needed is the ability to do on-the-fly data mining of instrument data and to use the acquired information to...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Dan Fay, Dennis Gannon
The Giant Bombcast
by GiantBomb
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Brad, Jeff, and Ryan sit down with Noah Ward, lead game designer for EVE Online, to discuss the upcoming expansion and just what makes this no-holds-barred space MMO tick.
Topics: GiantBomb, Giant Bomb, Jeff Gerstmann, Ryan Davis, video games, PS3, WiiU, Xbox 360, PC, PSP, DS
Wall Street Journal Morning Tech Briefing
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The Joe Piscopo Show
by AM 970 The Answer
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The Joe Piscopo Show
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The Joe Piscopo Show
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The Joe Piscopo Show
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