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Reliable, High-Performance Wireless Systems for Factory Automation

Author(s)
Kang B. Lee, Richard Candell, Hans-Peter Bernhard, Dave Cavalcanti, Zhibo Pang, Inaki Val
Wireless has emerged as an enabling technology to improve operational flexibility and efficiency for factory automation. The latest wireless technology

Cryptanalysis of LEDAcrypt

Author(s)
Daniel C. Apon, Ray A. Perlner, Angela Y. Robinson, Paulo Santini
We report on the concrete cryptanalysis of LEDAcrypt, a 2nd Round candidate in NIST's Post- Quantum Cryptography standardization process and one of 17

NIST Interactions: Fiscal Year 2015 through Fiscal Year 2018

Author(s)
Nicole K. Gingrich, Isaac Patterson, Jimmy Nazario-Negron, Michael J. Hall
This study analyzes data from fiscal years 2015 through 2018 of eighteen interaction types in which NIST participates annually. To describe the volume of direct

Correlating Inter-Particle Forces and Particle Shape to Shear-Induced Aggregation/Fragmentation and Rheology for Dilute Anisotropic Particle Suspensions: A Complementary Study via Capillary Rheometry and in situ small and Ultra-Small Angle X-ray Scatterin

Author(s)
Anthony J. Krzysko, Elias Nakouzi, Xin Zhang, Trent R. Graham, Kevin M. Rosso, Gregory K. Schenter, Jan Ilavsky, Ivan Kuzmenko, Matthew G. Frith, Cornelius F. Ivory, Sue B. Clark, Javen S. Weston, Kathleen M Weigandt, James J. De Yoreo, Jaehun Chun, Lawrence M. Anovitz
Predicting the stability of suspensions composed of anisotropic particles is difficult due to the complexity and interplay of hydrodynamic and colloidal forces

Mobile Device Security: Corporate-Owned Personally-Enabled (COPE)

Author(s)
Gema E. Howell, Kaitlin R. Boeckl, Naomi B. Lefkovitz, Ellen M. Nadeau, Joshua M. Franklin, Behnam Shariati, Jason Ajmo, Christopher J. Brown, Spike E. Dog, Frank Javar, Michael Peck, Kenneth F. Sandlin
Mobile devices provide access to vital workplace resources while giving employees the flexibility to perform their daily activities. Securing these devices is
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