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Secure Token Authentication and Encrypted Communication from Quantum Random Numbers Secure Token Authentication and Encrypted Communication from Quantum Random Numbers Disclosure Number 201102728 Technology Summary We present a novel combination of true random number generator devices with cryptographic and authentication systems. Using true random numbe…

Self-Correcting True Random Number Generator Disclosure Number 201202833 Technology Summary The invention relates to random number generators and more specifically to a self-correcting true random number generator (STRNG). The self-correcting true random number generator provides a trustworthy component for validating that generated numbers are indeed ran…

A Random Number Generator Based on Tapered Amplifiers Disclosure Number 201102727 Technology Summary One of the most important problems with two factor authentication is the lack of true randomness. If a sufficiently high bandwidth true random number source could be used to generate true random keys, then a system using absolutely secure pre shared privat…

Measurement of the Deuteron Spin Structure Function g{sub 1}{sup d}(x) for 1 (GeV/c){sup 2} < Q{sup 2} < 40 (GeV/c){sup 2} arXiv:hep-ex/9904002 v1 2 Apr 199 9 Measurement of the Deuteron Spin Structure Function gd1(x) for 1 (GeV/c)2 < Q2 < 40 (GeV/c)2 P.L. Anthony,16 R.G. Arnold,1 T. Averett,5,* H.R. Band,21 M.C. Berisso,12 H. Borel,7 P.E. Bosted,1 S.L. Bu ltmann,19 M. Buenerd,16, T…

Fast and secure encryption-decryption method based on chaotic dynamics Description FIELD OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to cryptosystems, and more particularly, to an encryption/decryption method and system that is based upon the principles of chaotic dynamics. BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION Cryptography is concerned with the alteration of messages to make them uni…

Parity-Violating Electron Scattering from {sup 4}He and the Strange Electric Form Factor of the Nucleon arXiv:nucl-ex/0506010 v1 7 Jun 200 5 WM-05-109 Parity-Violating Electron Scattering from 4He and the Strange Electric Form Factor of the Nucleon K. A. Aniol,1 D. S. Armstrong,2 T. Averett,2 H. Benaoum,3 P. Y. Bertin,4 E. Burtin,5 J. Cahoon,6 G. D. Cates,7 C. C. Chang,8 Y.-C. Chao,9 J.-P…

arXiv:nucl-ex/9810012 v1 16 Oct 199 8 Measurement of the Neutral Weak Form Factors of the Proton K. A. Aniol,1 D. S. Armstrong,24 M. Baylac,20 E. Burtin,20 J. Calarco,13 G. D. Cates,17 C. Cavata,20 J.-P. Chen,6 E. Chudakov,6 D. Dale,8 C. W. de Jager,6 A. Deur,6,2 P. Djawotho,24 M. B. Epstein,1 S. Escoffier,20 L. Ewell,11 N. Falletto,20 J. M. Finn,24 K. Fissum,12 A. Fleck,18 B. Frois,20 J. …

MCNP(TM) Version 5. MCNPG149 Version 5 Lawrence J. Cox, X-5 505-665-3046 ljcox@lanl.gov Richard F. Barrett, X-3 505-667-6845 rbarrett@lanl.gov Thomas E. Booth, X-5 510-226-8496 teb@lanl.gov Judith F. Briesmeister, X-5 505-667-7277 jfb@lanl.gov Forrest B. Brown, X-5 505-667-7581 fbrown@lanl.gov Jeffery S. Bull, X-5 505-665-8313 js…

A Search for B^{+} \to \ell^{+} \nu_{\ell} Recoiling Against B^{-} \to D^{(*)0}\ell^{-}\bar{\nu}X BABAR-CONF-08/005 SLAC-PUB-13300 A Search for B+ ? l+?l Recoiling Against B- ? D0l-? X The BABAR Collaboration September 23, 2008 Abstract We present a search for the decay B+ ? l+?l (l = t, , or e) in (458.9 5.1) 106 ? (4S) decays recorded with the BABAR detector at the SLAC PEP-II B-Factory…

Using Perturbed QR Factorizations To Solve Linear Least-Squares Problems Using Perturbed QR Factorizations to Solve Linear Least-Squares Problems Haim Avron, Esmond Ng, and Sivan Toledo March 2008 Current addresses: Haim Avron, Sivan Toledo: School of Computer Science, Tel-Aviv University Esmond N…

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