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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Compact Proofs of Retrievability

    The central challenge is to build systems that are both efficient and provably secure-that is, it should be possible to extract the client's data from any prover that passes a verification check. In this paper, the authors give the first proof-of-retrievability schemes with full proofs of security against arbitrary adversaries...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Search Engine Optimization Specialized Studies

    The demand for Search Engine Optimization (SEO) professionals is growing, as consumers increasingly utilize Internet search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Bing and Bidu to guide their purchasing decisions. As consumers become more sophisticated in their searches, organizations are dedicating more resources to achieve high search engine rankings for their...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Desktop Virtualization Pilot Project

    Desktop virtualization (or Virtual Desktop Infrastructure - VDI) is a server-centric computing model that borrows from the traditional thin-client model, but is designed to give system administrators and end-users the best of both worlds: the ability to host and centrally manage desktop virtual machines in the data center while giving...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Globus: A Metacomputing Infrastructure Toolkit

    Emerging high-performance applications require the ability to exploit diverse, geographically distributed resources. These applications use high-speed networks to integrate supercomputers, large databases, archive storage devices, advances visualization devices, and/or scientific instruments to form network virtual supercomputers or metacomputers. While the physical infrastructure to build such systems is becoming widespread, the...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    A Design Pattern Language for Engineering (Parallel) Software

    The key to writing high quality parallel software is to develop a robust software design. This applies to the overall architecture of the program, but also to the lower layers in the software system where the concurrency and how it is expressed in the final program is defined. Technology to...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Service Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan

    The Grunigen Medical Library has significant public services that would be compromised during catastrophic failures due to a weather event, a public health threat, or a power outage. The purpose of the GML Service Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan is to insure that critical health sciences library services are always...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Who Is At Risk Of Losing And Gaining Health Insurance?

    The new estimates of the detailed individual, employment, and job characteristics associated with health insurance loss and gain from the matched CPS have important policy implications. New policies should consider not just how to cover the uninsured, but how to retain coverage for those who have the least health insurance...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Password Based Login

    As an introduction to security and cryptography, lets look at something it does extensively, namely to authenticate ourselves using passwords. It considers a computer on which many different people have accounts. Each of these people has an associated user name. For example, it might have a user named Elaine Benes,...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    A Java Implementation on the Xscale Platform

    Java has become one of the most widely used object-oriented programming languages. The write once, run anywhere portability of Java makes it an attractive alternative to C for applications designed to run on a variety of platforms. Despite initial shortcomings, Java is gaining popularity on embedded devices due to its...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2002

    Nutrition in the Fast Lane

    Fast food restaurants do not have to remain taboo for the health-conscious consumer. Although some typical foods are high in fat and sodium, it is possible to eat nutritious "fast food" meals if you choose wisely. Typical meals at fast food restaurants supply adequate amounts of protein, iron, and several...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2002

    Nutrition in the Fast Lane

    Fast food restaurants do not have to remain taboo for the health-conscious consumer. Although some typical foods are high in fat and sodium, it is possible to eat nutritious "fast food" meals if you choose wisely. Typical meals at fast food restaurants supply adequate amounts of protein, iron, and several...

    Provided By Regents of the University of California

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Password Based Login

    As an introduction to security and cryptography, lets look at something it does extensively, namely to authenticate ourselves using passwords. It considers a computer on which many different people have accounts. Each of these people has an associated user name. For example, it might have a user named Elaine Benes,...

    Provided By Regents of the University of California

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Service Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan

    The Grunigen Medical Library has significant public services that would be compromised during catastrophic failures due to a weather event, a public health threat, or a power outage. The purpose of the GML Service Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan is to insure that critical health sciences library services are always...

    Provided By Regents of the University of California

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    A Design Pattern Language for Engineering (Parallel) Software

    The key to writing high quality parallel software is to develop a robust software design. This applies to the overall architecture of the program, but also to the lower layers in the software system where the concurrency and how it is expressed in the final program is defined. Technology to...

    Provided By Regents of the University of California

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Search Engine Optimization Specialized Studies

    The demand for Search Engine Optimization (SEO) professionals is growing, as consumers increasingly utilize Internet search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Bing and Bidu to guide their purchasing decisions. As consumers become more sophisticated in their searches, organizations are dedicating more resources to achieve high search engine rankings for their...

    Provided By Regents of the University of California

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Desktop Virtualization Pilot Project

    Desktop virtualization (or Virtual Desktop Infrastructure - VDI) is a server-centric computing model that borrows from the traditional thin-client model, but is designed to give system administrators and end-users the best of both worlds: the ability to host and centrally manage desktop virtual machines in the data center while giving...

    Provided By Regents of the University of California

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    A Java Implementation on the Xscale Platform

    Java has become one of the most widely used object-oriented programming languages. The write once, run anywhere portability of Java makes it an attractive alternative to C for applications designed to run on a variety of platforms. Despite initial shortcomings, Java is gaining popularity on embedded devices due to its...

    Provided By Regents of the University of California

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Compact Proofs of Retrievability

    The central challenge is to build systems that are both efficient and provably secure-that is, it should be possible to extract the client's data from any prover that passes a verification check. In this paper, the authors give the first proof-of-retrievability schemes with full proofs of security against arbitrary adversaries...

    Provided By Regents of the University of California

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Globus: A Metacomputing Infrastructure Toolkit

    Emerging high-performance applications require the ability to exploit diverse, geographically distributed resources. These applications use high-speed networks to integrate supercomputers, large databases, archive storage devices, advances visualization devices, and/or scientific instruments to form network virtual supercomputers or metacomputers. While the physical infrastructure to build such systems is becoming widespread, the...

    Provided By Regents of the University of California

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Who Is At Risk Of Losing And Gaining Health Insurance?

    The new estimates of the detailed individual, employment, and job characteristics associated with health insurance loss and gain from the matched CPS have important policy implications. New policies should consider not just how to cover the uninsured, but how to retain coverage for those who have the least health insurance...

    Provided By Regents of the University of California