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BELLEVUE SMART – DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION OF A SMART CITY PORTAL

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Cuong T. Nguyen, Chelo Picardal, Andrew Lee, Brian Pugliese, Raja Kadiyala, Ken Thompson, Sokwoo Rhee
This paper describes efforts by the City of Bellevue, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), CH2M, and Quantela, Inc.—the Bellevue Smart Team

Leveraging Side-channel Information for Disassembly and Security

Author(s)
JUNGMIN Park, Fahim Rahman, Apostol T. Vassilev, Domenic Forte, Mark Tehranipoor
With the rise of Internet of Things (IoT), devices such as smartphones, embedded medical devices, smart home appliances as well as traditional computing

Moment subset sums over finite fields

Author(s)
Tim LAI, Alicia Marino, Angela Y. Robinson, Daqing Wan
The k-subset sum problem over finite fields is a classical NP-complete problem. Motivated by coding theory applications, a more complex problem is the higher m

NIST Ballistics Toolmark Research Database

Author(s)
Xiaoyu A. Zheng, Johannes A. Soons, Robert M. Thompson, Sushama P. Singh, Cerasela Constantin
In 2009, a report by the National Academies called into question, amongst other issues, the objectivity of visual toolmark identification by firearms examiners
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