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The problem with GUI programming in general is that it is a verbose art, time consuming to write and difficult to do well. Graphic designers spend years working out their craft of creating well-designed interfaces for things from sound boards to web sites. I can spend a full day writing an interactive program to study the intricacies of our proposed algorithms. In contrast, writing a small program to perform the analysis and dump the output to a few text files with data that I plot with another small script takes only a couple of hours. The steep learning curve to learning how to write useful GUI programs and the lengthier development process both cause scientists to favor the simpler script-based analyses.
Luyuanping is located in Banqiao Town, Enshi City, Enshi Grand Canyon Development Zone, with an average elevation of 1700 meters. There are two rivers, one called Liuyu River and one called Medium River. Luyuanping is located in the middle river valley, deep in the valley, surrounded by cliffs. From the mountain bridge bay mouth to valley bottom bridge bay, vertical drop more than 500 meters, from the cliff cut down, because using dozens of words, local people called "42 turns." The mountain trails have 1528 steps, which keep the forest and farmhouses in Luyuanping in their original ecology and form unique culture and customs.
Yunlong Earth Sewing Scenic Area, the area is 11.3 square kilometers and the altitude is 600-800 meters. The main types of landscape in the scenic area are seams, waterfalls, deep pools, caves, underground dark rivers, hieroglyphics, and geological profiles. Yunlong seams, the plane is "zhi" type, the north-south spread, the length 3.6 kilometer, the average depth of 75 meters, the average width of 15 meters, the deep valley, the bank wall is steep, there is "Ten miles of Baizhang wall", is the main sightseeing area of Yunlong seam scenic spot. The two walls of Yunlong Earth Sewing are steep and parallel, and the width and width are basically the same. The cross section is U-shaped.
From here on things moved along very nicely indeed, although speeds were a little slower than expected. On-access overheads were also a little high, but our set of tasks ran through in good time and resource usage was on the low side. Detection rates were excellent, with some superb scores in the Response sets and the reactive parts of the RAP sets; the proactive week did show quite a decline compared to recent tests, but it is likely that this is mainly due to adjustments in how the sets were developed, and we expected to see similar if not steeper drops in other products.
as usual, AVG provided its premium business suite for testing, with the installer weighing in at a fairly hefty 142MB and the set-up process running through in a fair number of steps, including offers to install a security toolbar and change the default search provider. The whole process was fairly speedy though, completing in just a few minutes, and later online updates were fast too, averaging only three minutes.
No problems were spotted during testing, and speed measures were reasonable, speeding up a little in the warm runs. Overheads were pretty light, with resource use on the lighter side of average, and there was a fairly low impact on our set of tasks. Detection rates, aided by the Bitdefender engine included in the product, were excellent, showing only the slightest downward trend in the Response sets and not too steep a decline in the RAPs. With the core sets also dealt with easily, eScan earns another VB100 award.
Detection rates were oddly disappointing in the Response sets, but pretty decent in the RAPs, tailing off not too steeply. The core sets were handled splendidly, with a cluster of adware and toolbar warnings in the clean sets, all of which appeared to be justified. ESET thus earns a VB100 award to add to its ongoing epic record: 12 out of 12 in the last two years and stretching back way further than that.
Kaspersky once again submitted both business and consumer products for testing, with the corporate version up first. It came as a fairly hefty 248MB installer, with offline updates fetched using a special tool which builds a local mirror of update server content. The set-up process ran through quite a few steps, including building a list of trusted applications on the local system, but took no more than two minutes. Initial online updates averaged around 12 minutes.
The set-up runs along very familiar lines, the installer measuring 87MB, taking only a few steps and not much more than a minute to complete, with no reboot; updates average seven minutes. All the usual issues were observed, and everything else was as expected too, with mid-range speeds, overheads and resource usage, a fair, but not too heavy impact on our set of tasks. 59ce067264