2 - The Voss-Mc Cartney algorithm of adding multiple white noise sources at lower and lower octaves.
(2006-03-27 Please also see Larry Trammell's "Stochastic Voss-Mc Cartney algorithm".) 2003 July 10: "pinkish" opcode in Csound.
Standard Csound (after version 4.07) has a "pinkish" opcode which generates pink noise or filters external white noise to make it pink. (Also at this site, Martin Saxon's description of the various weighting schemes for measuring noise: In the natural world, there are many physical processes which produce noise with what is known as a "pink" distribution of power.
This was written by Phil Burk and John ffitch, and is documented here: A stream of random numbers constitutes "white" noise – if listened to as an audio signal. "Pink" noise has an even distribution of power if the frequency is mapped in a logarithmic scale.
Reviser has been implemented on top of Soot and Heros and is available as a open source project on Github: https://github.com/secure-software-engineering/reviser.
Reviser has been accepted for publication at ICSE 2014: Reviser: Efficiently Updating IDE-/IFDS-Based Data-Flow Analyses in Response to Incremental Program Changes (Steven Arzt, Eric Bodden), 2014 International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), To appear. It gives additional details: Efficiently updating IDE-based data-flow analyses in response to incremental program changes (Steven Arzt, Eric Bodden), Technical report TUD-CS-2013-0253, EC SPRIDE, 2013.
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