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Generic, Secure and Modular (GSM) Methodology for Design and Implementation of Secure Mobile Applications

Generic, Secure and Modular (GSM) Methodology for Design and Implementation of Secure Mobile Applications

Every mobile application must have user interfaces for displaying information to users and interacting with them. Some of them are simple and some are complex; this depends on the hardware and operating system of mobile phones. All mobile applications need also to communicate either with open networks or with internal modules of mobile devices. Communication modules exchange messages with networks, with other devices, and/or with other internal modules of mobile devices. Next, the security of mobile applications is also very important. Therefore, security modules that provide security features, such as generation of RSA keys, encryption, digital signatures, etc. are also necessary. These three groups of modules are not sufficient to create a complete secure mobile application, since they are separated and independent of each other and they do not perform any function specific to an application. Hence, business logic modules are needed to link all other modules together and coordinate them based on the services or functionalities provided by a specific mobile application.
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Duplication of modules facilitates the evolution of functional specialization

Duplication of modules facilitates the evolution of functional specialization

functions in that they contribute rather independently to the overall fitness of an individual. If internal structures (e.g., internal modules) are not specialized and each of the two sub-behaviors is the result of all modules, changes affecting a single module will tend to affect all sub- behaviors. On the contrary, if internal modules are specialized, changes affecting a single module will tend to affect primarily one of the two resulting behaviors. Once the population has converged to a local maximum for most of its characters, genetic operators tend to have negative effects, on the average. This means that changes in genes which affect different characters will produce negative effects on most of these characters. To produce an improvement, a variation of a single gene should positively affect at least a single phenotypical character, but not affect negatively all the other characters that are already optimized. As a consequence, the probability that a change affecting a gene will produce a positive effect is reduced with increased pleiotropy of that gene (i.e. to the number of phenotypical characters affected by that gene). A good mapping therefore, should reduce pleiotropic effects among characters serving different functions. Independent functions, in other words, should be coded as independently as possible so that improvements of each function can be realized with minimal interference with other structures serving other functions.
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Rethinking refrigerated containment : a new vision of refrigerated exports

Rethinking refrigerated containment : a new vision of refrigerated exports

The internal modules divide the cargo into efÙcient, manageable quantities for safe loading and unloading, while the Úat pack shipping container design greatly increases space efÙciency [r]

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TypeScript. Language Specification. Version 1.4

TypeScript. Language Specification. Version 1.4

is emitted as an anonymous function that is immediately executed. This ensures that local variables are in their own lexical environment isolated from the surrounding context. Also note that the generated function doesn't create and return a module instance, but rather it extends the existing instance (which may have just been created in the function call). This ensures that internal modules can extend each other. An import statement generates code of the form

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Continuous Integration  Continuous Security  Continuous Deployment Pipeline Automation for Application Software (CI  CS  CD)

Continuous Integration Continuous Security Continuous Deployment Pipeline Automation for Application Software (CI CS CD)

In this research, the author uses his project by implementing Continuous Integration using Jenkins Tool for run tests, the author will use various internal modules to run test[r]

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Implementation of Dual Booting Module of Convolution Encoder and Viterbi Decoder

Implementation of Dual Booting Module of Convolution Encoder and Viterbi Decoder

The Viterbi algorithm is named after Andrew J. Viterbi, who proposed it in 1967 as a decoding algorithm for convolutional codes. The Viterbi decoder consists mainly of four major blocks: Branch Metric Unit, Path Metric Unit, Add- Compare- Select Unit and Survivor Memory Management Unit. The internal modules of Viterbi decoder are: Viterbi distance calculation Module, Subset Decode Module, Compute Metrics Module, Compare Select Module, path memory Module, path in Module Metrics Module, Reduce Module and Output Decision Module.The received signal is converted into a series of distance measures from the known eight possible transmitted signals. The digitally encoded 3-bit signal, Y, from the encoder is converted directly to the distance measures. d[N] is the distance from signal = (2*sin(N*PI/8)) in 3-bit binary. Subset module chooses the signal corresponding to the smallest of each set {0,4},{1,5},{2,6},{3,7}.Therefore there are eight input signals dis0 to dis7 and four signals S0 to S3 are given as input to compute metric and Sout0 to Sout3 are given as the input to path in module.
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On a Proper Subclass of Primeful Modules Which Contains the Class of Finitely Generated Modules Properly

On a Proper Subclass of Primeful Modules Which Contains the Class of Finitely Generated Modules Properly

(Q : M )/Ann(M) is a surjective map. The class of φ-modules is a proper subclass of primeful modules, called ψ-modules here, and contains the class of finitely generated modules properly. Indeed, φ and ψ are two sides of a commutative triangle of maps between spectrums. We show that if R is an Artinian ring, then all R-modules are φ-modules and the converse is true when R is a Noetherian ring.

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Putting Lipstick on Pig: Enabling Database-Style Workflow Provenance

Putting Lipstick on Pig: Enabling Database-Style Workflow Provenance

ulars of our implementation, in which all modules running in parallel are implemented by a single Pig Latin program, while each module in the serial topology (and each set of 6 modules in the dense topology) are implemented by sep- arate Pig Latin programs, with parameters passed through the file system. (This is true of our implementation of Arctic stations workflows both with and without provenance track- ing.) Observe also that tracking provenance introduces an overhead of 16.5% for parallel, 20.0% for dense, and 35% for serial topologies. Finally, note that there is no increase in execution time of the workflows, either with or without provenance tracking, with increasing numExec. This is be- cause there is no direct dependency between current and historical workflow outputs. The provenance of intermedi- ate and output tuples does increase in size, because new observations are added to the state, but this does not have a measurable effect on execution time.
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VHDL Based  Serial Communication Interface Inspired By 9-Bit Uart

VHDL Based Serial Communication Interface Inspired By 9-Bit Uart

In this paper, a modified UART design is proposed with additional internal buffer and programmable baud rate generator for smooth data flow and to get desired baud rate. The sub-module of UART design is implemented using VHDL and simulated and synthesis of sub-modules to see the functionality using Xilinx ISE 13.1 design suite. This design shows that fast, reliable and secure data transmission can be possible using proposed sub module of UART design. With all the features stated, it enhances flexibility, stability and reliability to the normal UART design that is widely being used.
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Power Vector Amplifiers V35, V60, V100, V150, & V250 Models Installation and Use Manual

Power Vector Amplifiers V35, V60, V100, V150, & V250 Models Installation and Use Manual

Up to 2 output modules can be installed in a Power Vector amplifier using module bays 7 & 8 (these bays accept either output or input modules). When two output modules are installed, their signal-processing effects are cascaded.The mix bus signal will first pass through the output module in module bay 7 and then through the output module in bay 8. In some instances, the order in which the signal processing is applied is important and can be determined by the module installation order.

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A Modified PFD Based PLL with Frequency Dividers in 0 18 µm CMOS Technology

A Modified PFD Based PLL with Frequency Dividers in 0 18 µm CMOS Technology

used in the first stage of the PLL. Partition by 2/3 unit shown in Figure 9 consists of two toggle DFFs and additional logic gates. One way is used to reduce the delay and another is to reduce power consumption, where combining the logic gates and the FD 2/3 unit. The wideband 2/3 pre-scaler has the benefit of saving more than 50% of power during the divide-by-2 operation [14]. This paper reports a new proposal of a modified circuit for PFD in order to reduce the dead zone and combined with other modules to obtain PLL output. Further, the PLL characteristics are observed by adding two types of frequency dividers.
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Orc Software s Offering How Trading Technology Can Develop The Market

Orc Software s Offering How Trading Technology Can Develop The Market

SWIFTnet Internet/ Internet/ Citrix Citrix Software Software Modules Modules Software Software Modules Modules Group Companies Acting as Internal Brokers Local Markets.. Business Covere[r]

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On injective L modules

On injective L modules

if each summand in the sum is injective. Also we prove that if µ ∈ L(J) is an injective L- module, and if 0 → µ − → f ν → − g η → 0 is a short exact sequence of L-modules, then ν µ ⊕ η. Definition 3.1. Let J be an injective R-module and let µ ∈ L(J). Then µ is said to be an injective L-module if for R-modules A, B, and η ∈ L(A), ν ∈ L(B), g any monomorphism from A to B such that g(η) = ν on g(A), and f : A → J any R-module homomorphism such that f (η) = µ on f (A), there exists an R-module homomorphism h : B → J such that hg = f and h(ν) ⊆ µ.
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Gamma Modules

Gamma Modules

sults of Γ − ring which will be used in the sequel are given. In Section 3, the notion of a Γ-module M over a Γ − ring R is given and by many example it is shown that the class of Γ-modules is very wide, in fact it is shown that the notion of a Γ-module is a general- ization of an ordinary module and a Γ − ring. In Section 3, we study the submodules of a given Γ-module. In particular, we that L(M ), the set of all submodules of a Γ-module M constitute a complete lattice. In Section 3, homomorphisms of Γ-modules are studied and the well known homomorphisms (isomorphisms) theorems of modules extended for Γ-modules. Also, the behavior of Γ-submodules under homomorphisms are investigated.
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π-Modules

π-Modules

Throughout this paper R denotes a commutative ring with identity and all modules are unital R-modules. L(R) denotes the lattice of all ideals of R. Throughout this paper M denotes a unital R-module. In this paper we introduce and study the concepts of π -module and almost π -module. In Section 3, we prove that a faithful R-module M is a π -module if and only if R is a π -ring and M is a multiplication module if and only if every cyclic submodule of M is of the form I M , where I is a finite product of

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Comultiplication Modules

Comultiplication Modules

ring if in jd imR < ∞ [6]. In this article, among other results, we will show that if R is a local Artinian ring, then R is comultiplication if and only if R is gorenstein. An R-module M is called generalized hopfian, if every surjective endomorphism of M has a small kernel. It is proved that every comultiplication module is generalized hopfian. At last but not at least, we consider the direct sum of comultiplication modules, it is shown that M = L i∈I M i , is comultiplication if and only if for each i ∈ I, M i is a comultiplication module and for each submodule N of

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Module decompositions via Rickart modules

Module decompositions via Rickart modules

For a module M , Soc(M ) is the intersection of all essential submodules of M , equivalently, the sum of all simple submodules of M . If a ring R is semisimple, then every R-module M is semisimple, therefore Soc(M ) is a direct summand of M . There are also some classes of rings over which every R-module M has an essential socle or Soc(M) need not be a direct summand of M . In this section, we deal with module decompositions caused by the socles of modules and Rickart modules.

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On dual Rickart modules and weak dual Rickart modules

On dual Rickart modules and weak dual Rickart modules

Let M and N be two modules. The module M is called N -wd- Rickart (or relatively wd-Rickart to N ) if for every nonzero homomorphism ϕ : M → N , Im ϕ contains a nonzero direct summand of N . Therefore M is a wd-Rickart module if and only if M is M -wd-Rickart (see [13, Defini- tion 2.1]).

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60042700BB Cordwood Modules K U Vol 2 Nov76 pdf

60042700BB Cordwood Modules K U Vol 2 Nov76 pdf

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“I wanted to communicate my feelings freely”: a descriptive study of creative responses to enhance reflection in palliative medicine education

“I wanted to communicate my feelings freely”: a descriptive study of creative responses to enhance reflection in palliative medicine education

Areas of the medical curriculum in which students are asked or given the opportunity to produce creative work include internal medicine [8, 9] and primary care [5], and in modules involv[r]

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