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Key Recovery: Inert and Public [chapter]

Colin Boyd, Xavier Boyen, Christopher Carr, Thomas Haines
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We argue that any key escrow scheme designed for the global scale must be both inert -requiring considerable effort to recover a key -and publiceverybody should be aware of all key recovery attempts.  ...  We propose a public key infrastructure framework, inspired by modern distributed cryptocurrencies, that allows for tunable key escrow, where the availability of key escrow is only provided under strict  ...  Inert and Public Inert. Key recovery should cost something to those seeking to recover the key. Moreover, this cost should be measurable and increase with the number of keys to be recovered. Public.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-61273-7_6 fatcat:xri5k6db7jcgvn5ddxarb4yc6a

Some Key Features to Consider When Studying Acrylamide-Based Polymers for Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery

A. Thomas, N. Gaillard, C. Favero
2012 Oil & Gas Science and Technology  
and available online here Cet article fait partie du dossier thématique ci-dessous publié dans la revue OGST, Vol. 67, n°6, pp. 883-1039 et téléchargeable ici  ...  The company SNF is also thanked for allowing the publication of internal results.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank Julien Bonnier and Christophe Rivas for the review of the engineering part of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.2516/ogst/2012065 fatcat:wdsxd2rh2zborfmibcphy3txey

Pico Without Public Keys [chapter]

Frank Stajano, Bruce Christianson, Mark Lomas, Graeme Jenkinson, Jeunese Payne, Max Spencer, Quentin Stafford-Fraser
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We discuss ways of providing desirable properties of public-key-based user authentication systems using symmetric-key primitives and tamperevident tokens.  ...  With minor tweaks we adopt this as the native mode for Pico, dropping public key cryptography and achieving much greater deployability without any noteworthy loss in security.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Ross Anderson, Bruno Crispo, Michael Roe and Alf Zugenmaier for their comments on the history of the public key vs symmetric key user authentication debate.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-26096-9_21 fatcat:ewasulxynbfgdp7nccaolli5fe

KEY TO CURRENT MEDICAL LITERATURE

1938 The BMJ (British Medical Journal) (Print)  
Baker, and Cowan inoculated large groups of students with coryza vaccines.  ...  than between any two of the notifiable streptococcal diseases-namely, scarlet fever, erysipelas, and puerperal fever.  ...  Boyd and S. F. Kitchen.-p. 525. *Mosquito Studies: On Recovery of Stain in Adults developing from Anopheline Larvae stained in vitro. A. A. Weathersbee and P. G. Hasell.-p. 531.  ... 
pmid:20781965 pmcid:PMC2211186 fatcat:oszhhe7p2bgxhhtttiriu5ugei

Reduce, Reuse And Recycle: Grand Challenges In Construction Recovery Process

Abioye A. Oyenuga, Rao Bhamidimarri
2015 Zenodo  
The research paper found that construction material recovery process fully incorporate a 3R's principle contributing to saving energy and natural resources.  ...  This scrutiny leads to the empathy of grand challenges in construction material recovery process. Recommendations to deepen material recovery process are also discussed.  ...  demolition is o effective and reliable techniques to manage C C&DW is made up of both inert (soil, brick and non-inert waste such as plastics, glass, [13] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1100146 fatcat:z2j6x7vnq5axlhocpstuz33dvu

Green Enzyme Enhanced Oil Recovery

Zhengwen Zeng
2021 Global Journal of Engineering Sciences  
Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) is widely performed in oil fields after primary and secondary productions.  ...  Enzyme enhanced oil recovery (EEOR) has seen rapid growth in both lab research and field applications in recent years due to its promising effectiveness and minimum footprint to the environment in comparing  ...  It is a water-based, inert, enzyme concentrate made from DNA of oil eating microbes.  ... 
doi:10.33552/gjes.2021.08.000676 fatcat:xjitlamdqnezndbahoohwkrlvi

An Investigation On Thermo Chemical Conversions Of Solid Waste For Energy Recovery

Sharmina Begum, M. G. Rasul, Delwar Akbar
2012 Zenodo  
Special attention is given to Gasification process as it provides better solutions regarding public acceptance, feedstock flexibility, near-zero emissions, efficiency and security.  ...  This paper investigates the thermo chemical conversion of solid waste for energy recovery.  ...  The two key factors influencing process efficiency are: (a) electrical efficiency of the power generation technology and (b) amount of heat recovery.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1074374 fatcat:zes52f23enggrarq3t5xw4txwm

KEY TO CURRENT MEDICAL LITERATURE

1939 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
more or less complete recoveries.  ...  If they are mixed the insulin is precipitated and rendered inert. Standardization of Chorionic Gonadotrophin (Gonadotrophic Hormone from Human Pregnancy Urine). C. Hamburger.-p. 1915.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.2.4103.e65 fatcat:wsrzjmatbnbaxef6b6mkiaon2i

On a voyage of recovery: a review of the UK's resource recovery from waste infrastructure

Phil Purnell
2017 Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure  
It introduces the waste management sector and its evolution into a resource recovery industry supporting a circular economy, and analyses key public-domain sources to review existing and planned infrastructure  ...  's Resource Recovery from Waste (RRfW) infrastructure.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Bernie Thomas, and Dr. Eleni Iacovidou, Dr Anne Velenturf and Dr.Costas Velis for helpful comments on the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23789689.2017.1405654 fatcat:nsm2idyjbrdmheuv5vsdjhxnxm

International tourism and COVID-19: post-pandemic recovery strategies

Wadim Strielkowski
2021 Zenodo  
Those vaccinated and cured might become the key element for the post-virus recovery strategies of tourism organisations.  ...  New mutations of the coronavirus are appearing now and then making doctors and the general public nervous.  ...  Typically, viruses are inert and harmless in isolation but when put in action they react and multiply quickly.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4573152 fatcat:3ewkklc5qzboplhkxxw6rbd6tm

KEY TO CURRENT MEDICAL LITERATURE

1939 The BMJ (British Medical Journal) (Print)  
Casey and G. 0. Broun.-Life-cycle of Sporozoan Parasite of Oyster. H. F. Prytherch.-p. 451. Size and Stroke of Heart in Young Men in relation to Athletic Activity. A. Keys and H. L. Friedell.-p. 456.  ...  Blackfan and C. D. May.- St. Louis vol. 13 November, 1938 Public Health Reports of the U.S.A. *Incidence and Future Expcctancy of Mental Disease. H. F. Dorn.-p. 1991.  ... 
pmid:20782069 pmcid:PMC2208736 fatcat:rzy7e7ehy5hqth77rhi5zsvdsa

Tobacco plant: A possible key to Ebola vaccine

Kulsoom Zahara, Yamin Bibi, Maryam Ajmal, Huma Mehreen Sadaf, Fatima Bibi, Nadia Sardar, Sadaf Laraib, Iqra Riaz
2017 Journal of Coastal Life Medicine  
ZMapp cocktail contains neutralizing antibodies like intravenous immunoglobulin therapy that offer inert immunity to the virus by specifically and directly reacting with it in a "lock and key" fashion  ...  So that's why it is an integral part of various cultures and plays a key role in many shamanistic traditions.  ... 
doi:10.12980/jclm.5.2017j7-9 fatcat:dcymngzvwrcrhkv66u7ogr5nfm

Algorithmic Modelling of Advanced Chlorination Procedures for Multimetal Recovery

Lukas Höber, Roberto Lerche, Stefan Steinlechner
2021 Metals  
With the help of the thermochemical computation software FactSage (Version 8.0), it is possible to simulate the potential valuable metal recovery from residual materials such as jarosite and goethite.  ...  This considers the mutual influences and secondary conditions that are neglected in individual calculations.  ...  A key value that is used for the evaluation of the separation is the difference in the valex-factor and five-fold of the iron extraction.  ... 
doi:10.3390/met11101595 fatcat:qk5d6zn7fbfrfezm6sii53ro4y

Key findings and recommendations [chapter]

2017 Towards an Open Government in Kazakhstan  
is rapidly heated to 450-550°C in an inert atmosphere [6; 7] .  ...  CO 2 conversion of CO 2 is a challenging task because CO 2 is a fully oxidized, thermodynamically stable and inert molecule.  ...  Chapter 9 Power to Fuels and Chemicals Innovation Challenge "to discover affordable ways to convert sunlight into storable solar fuels" By Jakob Kibsgaard, Peter C. K. Vesborg  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264279384-4-en fatcat:hkkixyfwq5ewfco54onrj2zeye

The EU Training Network for Resource Recovery through Enhanced Landfill Mining—A Review

Daniel Vollprecht, Lieven Machiels, Peter Tom Jones
2021 Processes  
This article summarizes and links the NEW-MINE publications and discusses their practical applicability in waste management systems.  ...  and resource recovery from landfills as well as the processing of the excavated waste and the valorization of the obtained waste fractions using thermochemical processes.  ...  In contrast, a Hungarian group extracted the contradicting statement that fine fractions can be considered as a relevant source of metals, calorific fractions, inert fractions and soil-like material recovery  ... 
doi:10.3390/pr9020394 fatcat:qwketsbbr5azdoer6axtx52pty
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