BULLETIN BOARD

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Sixty women from the community were used in this study to identify a profile of women who experience premenstrual dysphoria. Women with prospectively confirmed premenstrual dysphoria (PMD +; N = 24) were compared to women with prospectively unconfirmed premenstrual dysphoria (PMD -; N = 15) and controls (PMD control; N = 21). Over one menstrual cycle daily(More)
In this thesis we present the design of a secure bulletin board, which can be viewed as a public broadcast channel with memory. Such a bulletin board is implemented by a distributed protocol executed between several parties. Users can post messages to this board, and once they have received a signed acknowledgement, they have the assurance that their(More)
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