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  • 2009
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— We show how distributed randomized network coding, a robust approach to multicasting in distributed network settings, can be extended to provide Byzantine modification detection without the use of cryptographic functions. Distributed randomized network coding is a flexible, robust approach for multi-source multicast in distributed network settings. In(More)
  • Jill Goldman, Marsha K Salus, Deborah Wolcott, Kristie Y Kennedy, Marsha K W Salus, American Bar +22 others
  • 2014
E ach day, the safety and well-being of some children across the Nation are threatened by child abuse and neglect. Intervening effectively in the lives of these children and their families is not the sole responsibility of any single agency or professional group, but rather is a shared community concern. Since the late 1970s, the Child Abuse and Neglect(More)
Health professionals are able to make right decision in right time only if they posses prompt, accurate and up to date information about health status of patients and general population. They also need knowledge and tools, computer and information technologies, for successful management of huge amount of information. Efficient management of information is(More)
A large-eddy-simulation-based ow solver that combines an immersed-boundary technique with a curvilinear structured grid has been developed to study the temporal and spatial dynamics of an incompressible rotor-tip-clearance ow. The overall objective of these simulations is to determine the underlying mechanisms for low-pressure uctuations downstream of the(More)
  • Shisheng Huang, Bri-Mathias S Hodge, Farzad Taheripour, Joseph F Pekny, Gintaras V Reklaitis, Shisheng Huang +3 others
  • 2013
Word Count (not including abstract, footnotes, figure/table legends or appendices): 5981 2 Abstract Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) will soon start to be introduced into the transportation sector, thereby raising a host of issues related to their use, adoption and effects on the electricity sector. Their introduction has the potential to(More)
  • David Kempe, Farnoush Banaei-Kashani, Shishir Bharathi, Fang Bian, Yuriy Brun, Iftikhar Burhanuddin +17 others
  • 2011
Preface The present notes are derived from a course taught at the University of Southern California. The focus of the course is on the mathematical and algorithmic theory underpinning the connections between networks and information. These connections take two predominant forms: • Network structure itself encodes a lot of information. For instance,(More)
Single-cycle terahertz fields generated by coherent transition radiation from a relativistic electron beam are used to study the high field optical response of single crystal GaAs. Large amplitude changes in the sub-band-gap optical absorption are induced and probed dynamically by measuring the absorption of a broad-band optical beam generated by transition(More)
Recently researchers have demonstrated ultra high quality factor (Q) resonances in one-dimensional (1D) dielectric gratings. Here we theoretically investigate a new class of subwavelength 1D gratings, namely " diatomic " gratings with two nonequivalent subcells in one period, and utilize their intrinsic dark modes to achieve robust ultra high Q resonances.(More)