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stack trace

In program debugging, a stack trace is a report of the computer's internal processing operations. It generally identifies the last routine called in the program before it crashed. See stack and stack pointer.
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* Backtrace, a technology company with an error management platform to help users pinpoint and resolve crashes and exceptions on every platform, will occupy 2,550 s/f of office space.
Coming up, along with "After," Williams has two more movies, "Backtrace" with Sylvester Stallone and "Boss Level" with Mel Gibson.
proposed an approach to offline dynamic taint analysis for binaries through four stages: dynamic information acquisition, vulnerability modeling, offline analysis, and backtrace analysis.
Although the adversary can eavesdrop on the message between nearby sensor nodes to backtrace to a parent node, the adversary cannot determine the content of the message that is encrypted by secret keys.
An effort was made to backtrace families that clearly enjoyed noble status during the reigns of D.
An intruder log uses a backtrace to identify and list by severity each security breach.
The basic idea of the proof is to backtrace on p from [q.sub.c] until we reach a producer.
When a race is reported, Eraser indicates the file and line number at which it was discovered and a backtrace listing of all active stack frames.
Moreover, the approach of backtrace analysis has been presented to locate taint data's specific offset within taint source file.
The progression of this sequence and this beginning to the narrative exemplify Backtraces ambitions.
The NUOPC Layer uses the logging feature that comes with ESMF to put backtraces into log files, which helps to make debugging easier.
The jobs of KL divergence calculation module are: (1) calculates CP and CM; (2) backtraces IPs of the points in Z3 in order to find the main IP that leads to the changes of traffic composition distribution.