Journal of software incremental updating algorithm
Reviser is an algorithm for incrementally and efficiently updating static analysis results when the target program changes.
Conducting static analyses, for instance scanning an Android application for private data leaks, can be a highly time-consuming undertaking on large code bases, especially if very precise analysis algorithms are used.
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can be very similar numbers, cancellation can lead to the precision of the result to be much less than the inherent precision of the floating-point arithmetic used to perform the computation.
Thus this algorithm should not be used in practice.
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Algorithms for calculating variance play a major role in computational statistics.