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  • This can also be extended to performance profilers and other such development tools.
  • System profilers came into use after punch cards were no longer needed to run programs.
  • Police profilers are very big in television, you'd know that.
  • Most of the public at that time knew little if not anything about how profilers would profile people until TV came into play.
  • It includes a set of profilers for analysis of different application aspects.
  • The secondary infrastructure will also include six mooring systems for water-column profilers.
  • Profilers may be classified according to their output types, or their methods for data gathering.
  • However, system profilers exist on most computing architectures in some form or other.
  • She was one of only a handful of female criminal profilers.
  • Typically workstations and personal computers have had system profilers as a common feature since the mid-1990s.
  • Profilers are used in the performance engineering process.
  • In a number of studies, professional criminal profilers have been compared to other groups such as students, police officers and clinical psychologists.
  • Rossi is also a writer, and is one of the team's senior and most decorated profilers.
  • Profilers, which are also programs themselves, analyze target programs by collecting information on their execution.
  • Most profilers also record the position, using GPS technology.
  • Instrumentation is key to determining the level of control and amount of time resolution available to the profilers.
  • The post-demographic method strives to think through what the profilers would do, and builds upon it.
  • Boundary-layer radar wind profilers are often configured to sample in more than one mode.
  • Profilers may use a number of different techniques, such as event-based, statistical, instrumented, and simulation methods.
  • Profilers descend into madness as they try to get inside the head of the killer they're chasing.
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