Filters








7,863 Hits in 8.7 sec

Rainbow Band Separation is Better than we Thought [article]

Ray A. Perlner, Daniel Smith-Tone
2020 IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive  
One type of attack against Rainbow has historically outperformed empirically its theoretical complexity: the Rainbow Band Separation (RBS) attack.  ...  We then apply our analysis to suggest the small parameter changes necessary to guarantee that Rainbow can meet the NIST security levels.  ...  method known as Rainbow Band Separation (RBS), cf. [9] .  ... 
dblp:journals/iacr/PerlnerS20 fatcat:tsexdmvairg3tkffjozvc6f6fq

Language, Learning, and Color Perception

Emre Özgen
2004 Current Directions in Psychological Science  
But what is the role of the environment (or nurture)-specifically, language-in color perception?  ...  Yet when we look at it, we do not see a continuum; rather, we see bands (or categories) of hues separated by distinct boundaries.  ...  If you spoke such a language, what would happen when you look at the rainbow? Would you still see a blue band, a green band, and so on?  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0963-7214.2004.00282.x fatcat:zzn2vd6umfdt3lzcvuyfwf5wlu

Virulence and molecular variation of Flavobacterium columnare affecting rainbow trout in Idaho, USA

Jason P. Evenhuis, Haitham Mohammed, Scott E. LaPatra, Timothy J. Welch, Covadonga R. Arias
2016 Aquaculture  
These results suggest strains of F. columnare isolated from disease outbreaks in rainbow trout production have a higher degree of diversity than previously thought.  ...  Columnaris disease, caused by Flavobacterium columnare, is an emerging problem in the rainbow trout (Oncorhychus mykiss) aquaculture industry of Idaho.  ...  This work was supported by USDA/ARS CRIS 8082-32000-006, USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aquaculture.2016.06.017 fatcat:zydqlmjlnjbcdkksgmn7bvsqpe

Rainbow Colour and Power among the Waanyi of Northwest Queensland

Paul S.C. Taçon
2008 Cambridge Archaeological Journal  
pigment, banded chert, creation, procreation, rock art and so forth is less than 3500 years.  ...  Rainbow Dreaming, Lawn Hill Gorge, is one of the better-known sites (Fig. 7) .  ...  Taçon is Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology in the School of Arts, Griffith University, Queensland.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0959774308000231 fatcat:bxiso6loo5gnrkxc2ri3b3vykm

Collaboration-Specific Color-Map Design

D. Borland, A. Huber
2011 IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications  
The domain expert is just that-an expert, who knows his or her field much better than you do.  ...  And, more important for the domain expert, it enables much better perception of the detail in each band.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcg.2011.55 pmid:24808154 fatcat:7phos47ivjddze33k7tbpeepzq

Three-Dimensional Seismic Structure of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: An Investigation of Tectonic, Magmatic, and Hydrothermal Processes in the Rainbow Area

Robert A. Dunn, Ryuta Arai, Deborah E. Eason, J. Pablo Canales, Robert A. Sohn
2017 Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth  
To test models of tectonic, magmatic, and hydrothermal processes along slow-spreading mid-ocean ridges, we analyzed seismic refraction data from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge INtegrated Experiments at Rainbow  ...  Beneath the Rainbow hydrothermal vent field, fluid circulation is largely driven by the heat of small cooling melt bodies intruded into the base of the massif and channeled by the crack network and shallow  ...  We are grateful to the captain, crew, and science party of the R/V Langseth leg  ... 
doi:10.1002/2017jb015051 fatcat:hkhlnq6wlfb5vix5bg7dzxn2wm

Page 302 of The Durham University Journal Vol. 80, Issue 2 [page]

1988 The Durham University Journal  
will get worse before they get better) so that what in its original context of thought might appear to be fruitful paradox remains, in Lawrence’s transposition, mere contradiction.  ...  How on earth could smail bands of Polish insurgents — usually apparently consisting of no more than six members — meet with no resistance while on hostile territory and say and do what they pleased?  ... 

DNA Fingerprinting Confirms Isogenicity of Androgenetically Derived Rainbow Trout Lines

W. P. Young, P. A. Wheeler, A. D. Fields, G. H. Thorgaard, R. C. Vrijenhoek
1996 Journal of Heredity  
In this study we document the production of five homozygous clonal lines and several isogenic hybrid lines of rainbow trout.  ...  Isdgenic F, hybrids between inbred lines are likely a better choice for many research trials (Falconer 1981) ; isogenic F, hybrid rainbow trout show more uniform development and increased developmental  ... 
doi:10.1093/oxfordjournals.jhered.a022960 pmid:8742822 fatcat:lre64rc7ffe3tpuba77mphxp5q

Rainbow Stars—Multi-Color Laser Emission for Science and Art

Totaro Imasaka
2017 Applied Sciences  
If he is correct, how can we find Rainbow Stars?  ...  In order to generate a train of pulses, it is necessary to generate more than three emission lines.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app7020127 fatcat:gjgcdo5oajepzctqbdzatqswdi

Page 344 of Knowledge : A Monthly Record of Science Vol. 8, Issue [page]

1911 Knowledge : A Monthly Record of Science  
coloured, a many hued band, showing the “colours of the rainbow.”  ...  The most remarkable discovery in stellar, or perhaps we had better say sidereal, astronomy during the last half-century is that of the existence of vast numbers of spiral or “ whirlpool” nebulae.  ... 

Page 132 of Ladies' Garland and Family Wreath Embracing Tales, Sketches, Incidents, History, Poetry, Music Vol. 14, Issue 6 [page]

1848 Ladies' Garland and Family Wreath Embracing Tales, Sketches, Incidents, History, Poetry, Music  
Insensible to all else, she fondly clung +, easy it is to see what we should have done when’ him, whom she loved better dead than ever sho option is no longer left us, and how difficult to de- ‘ had while  ...  With difficulty persuaded into what was so repugnant to her, how { could she be separated from the body of her hys. much would she have spared herself. Alas! how ; band.  ... 

The Secrets of the Best Rainbows on Earth

Steven Businger
2020 Bulletin of The American Meteorological Society - (BAMS)  
This paper makes a case for why Hawaiʻi is the rainbow capital of the world. It begins by briefly touching on the cultural and historical significance of rainbows in Hawaiʻi.  ...  Lastly, the paper discusses the art and science of chasing rainbows.  ...  I am grateful to Professor Cliff Mass and two anonymous reviewers for their thoughtful reviews that have made this a better paper.  ... 
doi:10.1175/bams-d-20-0101.1 fatcat:ixja52dvxfbbdmkm3a7fonji6i

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OXYGEN UPTAKE AND ION LOSS IN FISH FROM DIVERSE HABITATS

Gonzalez, Mcdonald
1994 Journal of Experimental Biology  
Surprisingly, species such as banded sunfish, yellow perch and smallmouth bass did not limit ion loss associated with exercise despite their apparent ability to do so.  ...  In fact, there was an inverse correlation between post-exercise IGR and M(dot)O2, i.e. species with low M(dot)O2 values lost more Na+ per mole of O2 taken up than did species with high ones.  ...  Experimental series Routine Ṁ O ∑ and J Na out Routine Ṁ O ∑ and J Na out were measured separately in order to minimize manipulation of the fish and, thereby, give a better indication of resting values  ... 
pmid:9317409 fatcat:qajnhrrdpzfmfbe4swxmyowxyu

Hybridization and postzygotic isolation promote reinforcement of male mating preferences in a diverse group of fishes with traditional sex roles

Rachel L. Moran, Muchu Zhou, Julian M. Catchen, Rebecca C. Fuller
2018 Ecology and Evolution  
Here, we used genomic and morphological data to demonstrate that hybridization is ongoing between orangethroat and rainbow darters and used hybrids collected from nature to measure postzygotic barriers  ...  Behavioral isolation is thought to arise early in speciation due to differential sexual and/or natural selection favoring different preferences and traits in different lineages.  ...  By utilizing natural hybrids, we were able to reveal that postzygotic isolation is much higher than previously thought.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ece3.4434 pmid:30377500 pmcid:PMC6194240 fatcat:vhjbsgmznndoflmehkjjyavotm

Why Dragons Are Bisexual

Robert Blust
2019 Anthropos: Internationale Zeitschrift für Völker- und Sprachenkunde  
Many seemingly arbitrary traits of dragons are shared by conceptions of the rainbow, which is widely portrayed as having both male (primary) and female (secondary) arcs.  ...  Dragons are portrayed in widely separated cultures as simultaneously male and female.  ...  To understand this conception better a brief thought-experiment might be helpful.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0257-9774-2019-1-169 fatcat:j2q4ci55tjfxhiti7whsbl4t4y
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 7,863 results