The decompilation was referred to as transforming machine-readable object code
back to source code.
Such support enables LDRA customers, including those who have been using the LDRA tool suite for many years on traditional avionics platforms, to move to the latest versions of PowerPC chips and compilers, and confidently perform Object Code
Verification (OCV) required for DO-178B/C compliance.
By scrambling object code
within the switch's memory, even if a hacker could locate sections of open source code in one switch each would be scrambled uniquely, so the same attack would not work on multiple switches.
A game's underlying source code or object code
is a literary work and protected from unauthorized copying.
I did this by modifying the Android.mk file for Grace and updating the value of APP_ABI to "all" or "x86" from "armeabi", then running the ndk-build command to generate the object code
for x86 and arm processors.
Appended are: (1) Standardized Accounting Code Structure (SACS) Identifiers; (2) Resource Classification according to the Object Code
of the SACS; (3) Ordinary Least Square Regression Model; (4) LAUSD Graphs; (5) PUSD Graphs; and (6) TRUSD Graphs.
In 1986, Airframe began licensing its aircraft maintenance tracking software (called ARMS) to L-3, which was limited to use ARMS only in object code
Beginning with an overview of patent and copyright law, the work presents discussions of source code correlation and differentiation, object code
correlation, source code cross-correlation and detecting software intellectual property theft.
The second type of code is object code
, which is written in binary code, a language using combinations of the numbers 0 and 1.
According to the company, Flight1 Tech took a license for the Microsoft ESP v1.0 object code
, which enables the company to create customised flight safety, flight training and strategic solutions for its customers.
At home, Chip began dismantling video game object code
and household electronics, trying to use these devices for new purposes.