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Buffer-overflow attacks can be avoided by adopting a better programmingmethodology or by

Operating System Concepts | 9th Edition | ISBN: 9781118063330 | Authors: Abraham Silberschatz, Peter B. Galvin, Greg Gagne ISBN: 9781118063330 327

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Buffer-overflow attacks can be avoided by adopting a better programmingmethodology or by using special hardware support. Discuss thesesolutions.

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James Weather and Climate ways that we transfer energy -conduction -convection -advection conduction the transfer of heat energy through an object (hot goes to cold areas) -not a huge heat energy transfer in the atmosphere (only very close to the surface) convection the vertical transfer of heat energy in liquid or a substance -extremely important in the atmosphere -even on a clear day there are rising particles of air -thunderstorms are an example advection the horizontal transfer of a property within the atmosphere -all the time advecting moisture -ie. fronts, cold/warm fronts scattering -dust and other particles redirect radiation... which results in light (bright daytime sky) -small gas molecules scatter radiation... resulting in the blue/violet sky -specific types of sc

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Textbook: Operating System Concepts
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Author: Abraham Silberschatz, Peter B. Galvin, Greg Gagne
ISBN: 9781118063330

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