Towards a framework for algorithm recognition in binary code

Fred Mesnard, Etienne Payet, Wim Vanhoof

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Original languageEnglish
Pages202
Number of pages2013
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventPrinciples and Practice of Declarative Programming - Edingburgh, United Kingdom
Duration: 5 Sep 20167 Sep 2016

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ConferencePrinciples and Practice of Declarative Programming
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityEdingburgh
Period5/09/167/09/16

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Mesnard, F., Payet, E., & Vanhoof, W. (2016). Towards a framework for algorithm recognition in binary code. 202. Paper presented at Principles and Practice of Declarative Programming, Edingburgh, United Kingdom.
Mesnard, Fred ; Payet, Etienne ; Vanhoof, Wim. / Towards a framework for algorithm recognition in binary code. Paper presented at Principles and Practice of Declarative Programming, Edingburgh, United Kingdom.2013 p.
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Mesnard, F, Payet, E & Vanhoof, W 2016, 'Towards a framework for algorithm recognition in binary code' Paper presented at, Edingburgh, United Kingdom, 5/09/16 - 7/09/16, pp. 202.

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2016. 202 Paper presented at Principles and Practice of Declarative Programming, Edingburgh, United Kingdom.

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