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Beating the Birthday Paradox in Dining Cryptographer Networks [chapter]

Pablo García, Jeroen van de Graaf, Alejandro Hevia, Alfredo Viola
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
da Computação, Universidad Beating the Birthday Paradox in Dining Cryptographer Networks Project CEV: Challenges on Electronic Voting Kick-off / 30 Project CEV: Challenges on Electronic Voting Kick-off  ...  Pablo García, Jeroen van de Graaf, Alejandro Hevia, Alfredo Viola (Universidad Nacional de San Luis, Argentina, Depto. de Ciência da Computação, Universidad Beating the Birthday Paradox in Dining Cryptographer  ...  Comparison with experimental results Experimental results for the probability of success for a total of S = 360 and k = 23 messages, slightly adjusted values from the birthday paradox.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-16295-9_10 fatcat:svkam6uzlvbdnjopqwtbbdc4by

Living on the Edge in Leonardo's Florence: Selected Essays. By Gene Brucker (Berkeley, University of California Press, 2005) 211 pp. $31.95

John A. Marino
2007 Journal of Interdisciplinary History  
In the modern world, that task might fall to, say, a network of partisan radio stations; in the early modern world, however, the network was not so simple.  ...  The author is particularly good at analyzing the role of paradox, which often eludes social scientists.  ...  In fairness, however, the other results at least do not look implausible. The hadith literature, as the book points out, led to one of the longest-lasting, documented scholarly networks in existence.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jinh.2007.38.2.287 fatcat:jzx4bg4e5vfk3asjld5m2keq3m

The Shape of Fear: Horror and the Fin de Siecle Culture of Decadence

Nichole A. Diederich, Susan J. Navarette
1998 Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature (RMMLA)  
Unwilling to remain alone in the house once the creature has barricaded itself in an upper chamber, Pelluther invites first his neighbor's caretaker and then the beggar to dine with him.  ...  paradox may sound, could not live unless it died" (136).  ...  Bibliography The Decadent Movement Primary Works Index Ab, the Cave Man (Nida), 65 abjection, 190-91, 196, 269-70 n. 71 "A:B:O."  ... 
doi:10.2307/1348193 fatcat:nfv7nupykveffacob72loyd7ci

Patchwork quilt: writing towards the there-not-there of family secrets with Hélène Cixous [article]

Jan Bradford, University Of Edinburgh, Liz Bondi, Jonathan Wyatt
2022
There is a deliberate turn towards the feminine body as a way of knowing-in-tension as a series of evocative stories grapple with and bring to life Cixousian concepts in the practice of a method of writing  ...  , in particular, how she is pulled towards the storying around a tragic event that takes place decades before her birth.  ...  I leave the snowglobe in the playpark. I pick up the bible. And walk back up the hill to my home…  ... 
doi:10.7488/era/1704 fatcat:wihozi6k6zhbbeaf6riap6t4ri

Shaking a Spear at Ignorance: Shakespeare was the Tudor Princes Francis Bacon and Edward de Vere

Timothy Spearman
2020 Saudi Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences  
This paper is the first to link both Tudor princes, changeling children and illegitimate sons of Queen Elizabeth I, Edward de Vere and Francis Bacon, to the Shakespeare plays.  ...  We also know that A Comedy of Errors was performed for the first time in the Hall of Gray's, the dining hall in 1594 [71] .  ...  He even engaged Jonson to compose a masque for the Christmas celebrations in 1617. Jonson would even go on to write a panegyric on Bacon on the occasion of his 60th birthday in 1621.  ... 
doi:10.36348/sjhss.2020.v05i10.009 fatcat:qcgz4n7jlfetzklplxsse2sxnu

Forging the 'Lady's Hammer': A Profile of Influence in the Life and Music of Galina Ustvolskaya

Rachel Claire Jeremiah-Foulds
2015
The striking drama of the music in her official catalogue does nothing but reinforce her reputation – long-present in Russia and now growing in the West – as an uncompromising composer who never failed  ...  style in the midst of cultural and political calamity.  ...  oxymoron, a paradox.  ... 
doi:10.25602/gold.00016110 fatcat:h5a3wi3xtffodfq3iky2r47hka

Bridging Australia and Japan Volume 1: The Writings of David Sissons, Historian and Political Scientist

Alan Rix
2017 Japanese Studies  
No kindlier heart Beat than the heart within your gentle breast.  ...  Special) Section, a highly secret unit of the Australian Military Force HQ in Melbourne, involved in cryptographic decoding.  ...  Black, the Scotsman acknowledged by Japanese writers as one of the fathers of the modern Japanese vernacular newspaper, arrived in 1862-from South Australia where he had failed in business.2 In 1867, J  ... 
doi:10.1080/10371397.2017.1382035 fatcat:4vq2z4jlwvhenoy4lzde6oxnwe

GRAMOPHONE, FILM, TYPEWRITER

Timothy Lenoir, Hans Gumbrecht, Friedrich Kittler, Geoffrey Wint, Hrop-Young And, Michael Wutz
unpublished
Or was the birthday of the new art when the experimenters for the first time succeeded in projecting such rapidly passing pictures on a wall?  ...  Chopping or cutting in the real, fusion or flow in the imaginary-the entire research history of cinema revolves only around this paradox.  ... 
fatcat:lixcw7fv45dixggawwakzrrt3u

The Parrot and the Cannon: Journalism, Literature and Politics in the Formation of Latin American Identities

Pablo L. Calvi
2017
Journalism, Literature and Politics in the Formation of Latin American Identities explores the emergence of literary journalism in Latin America as a central aspect in the formation of national identities  ...  Focusing on five periods in Latin American history from the post-colonial times until the 1960s, it follows the evolution of this narrative genre in parallel with the consolidation of professional journalism  ...  In his notes, written many years after 1961, Walsh would discuss his role as a cryptographer in Cuba.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8kh0v8d fatcat:wtxcnoopojdszk3hszxp2qw4fy