Przemyslaw Kubiak

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Impulse activity was recorded extracellularly from noradrenergic neurons in the nucleus locus coeruleus (LC; 47 single-cell and 126 multicell recordings) of four cynomolgus monkeys performing an oddball visual discrimination task. For juice reward, the subjects were required to release a lever rapidly in response to an infrequent (10-20% of trials) target(More)
Impulse activity of individual neurons in the nucleus locus coeruleus (LC) was recorded from chair-restrained, unanesthetized cynomolgus monkeys. LC activity was closely related to the behavioral state of the animal. In alert waking, LC neurons displayed continuous, moderately irregular activity. In contrast, prolonged pauses in activity accompanied(More)
Impulse activity was recorded extracellularly from noradrenergic neurons in the nucleus locus coeruleus of three cynomolgus monkeys performing a visual discrimination (vigilance) task. For juice reward, the subjects were required to release a lever rapidly in response to an improbable target stimulus (20% of trials) that was randomly intermixed with(More)
broadcast of encrypted data, access to data only with a decryption key the decryption key shown only to the users that pay for transmission. broadcast of encrypted data, access to data only with a decryption key the decryption key shown only to the users that pay for transmission. Main problem – removing some number of users from the system: change the key(More)
We present a variant of the protocol stack for anonymous authentication implemented in German personal identity documents. We strengthen the system by eliminating group keys - a potential target of attack for a powerful adversary aiming to undermine Restricted Identification mechanisms. We provide a mechanism of authentication that merges Chip(More)