Daniel U. Thibault

Daniel U. Thibault
Defence Research and Development Canada · Mission Critical Cyber Security (MCCS)

M.Sc. Astronomy, University of British Columbia, 1984; M.Sc. Computer Science, Université Laval, 1989

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Introduction
Daniel U. Thibault currently works at the Mission Critical Cyber Security (MCCS), Defence Research and Development Canada. Daniel does research in Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Neural Network and Computer Security and Reliability. Their current project is 'PASS (Platform-to-Assembly Secured Systems)'.

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Publications (6)
Technical Report
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The Linux Trace Toolkit Next Generation (LTTng) software tracer was thoroughly documented from a user’s perspective. The behaviour of each command was tested for a wide range of input parameter values, installation scripts were written and tested, and a variety of demonstration use cases created and tested. A number of bugs were documented as a res...
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A computational model of human belief revision, UECHO (Uncertainty-aware Explanatory Coherence by Harmony Optimization), has been recreated as a Java package in such a way to maximise flexibility of choice between implementations of various key internal algorithmic aspects. The original algorithms were analysed and several deficiencies, errors and...
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This edition of APP-6A has been canadianised, corrected (typos and other obvious errors), enhanced (hypertext links, in blue), augmented and commented (in footnotes). The additions and changes are in red. It was first based on the October 1998 Ratification Draft (distributed with the Electronic Battle Box —which is now called OPERA) and later upgra...
Thesis
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A set of UBV plates of the heavily-extinguished open cluster NGC 7419, obtained at the Observatoire Astronomique du Mont Megantic by Anthony F. J. Moffat, were digitized by the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory PDS (Photometric Data Systems, Perkin-Elmer Corporation) machine. The data was subsequently processed by Greg Fahlman and Chris Pritchett'...
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Thèse (M.Sc.) - Université Laval, 1989. Bibliogr. : f. 80-81.

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