D2.5 to D2.7: Dependency analysis and links among events and state transitions

This part covers algorithms for storing more complex state information (overlapping time intervals, probable states) suitable for storing and exchanging higher level, possibly uncertain, data (e.g. suspicious activity) between analysis modules. 

The Dependency analysis source code is accessible from http://secretaire.dorsal.polymtl.ca/~gbastien/TracingRCP/DorsalExperimen... . However it is integrated into the main line of the Trace Compass and and the whole project is downloadable and useable from the trace compass project address.

To download, install and use the source code, first make sure you have a Git client installed (either the git command-line tool, or the Eclipse Git Team Providerplugin, also available in Eclipse's "Install New Software"). Then, simply clone the following repository somewhere on your hard drive:  git://git.eclipse.org/gitroot/tracecompass/org.eclipse.tracecompass.git 

If adding tests that require an actual trace, then it should be added to the following trace repository first:


The complete manual of downloading the source codes and setting up the development environment is accessible from here:



Friday, November 27, 2015
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Compatible LTTng version number: 
Software authors (members): 
Alexandre Montplaisir
Francis Giraldeau