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  • Secure Program Partitioning 

    Zdancewic, Steve; Zheng, Lantian; Nystrom, Nathaniel; Myers, Andrew (Cornell University, 2001-10-18)
    This paper presents secure program partitioning, a language-based technique for protecting confidential data during computation in distributed systems containing mutually untrusted hosts. Confidentiality and integrity ...
  • Secure web applications via automatic partitioning 

    Chong, Stephen; Liu, Jed; Myers, Andrew C.; Qi, Xin; Vikram, K.; Zheng, Lantian; Zheng, Xin (Cornell University, 2007-03-28)
    Web applications are now critical infrastructure. To improve the user interface, some application functionality is typically implemented as client-side JavaScript code. Currently there are no good methods for deciding ...
  • Securing Ad Hoc Networks 

    Zhou, Lidong; Haas, Zygmunt (Cornell University, 1999-10)
    Ad hoc networks are a new wireless networking paradigm for mobile hosts. Unlike traditional mobile wireless networks, ad hoc networks do not rely on any fixed infrastructure. Instead, hosts rely on each other to keep the ...
  • Securing BGP Using External Security Monitors 

    Reynolds, Patrick; Kennedy, Oliver; Sirer, Emin Gun; Schneider, Fred (Cornell University, 2006-12-21)
    Security modifications to legacy network protocols are expensive and disruptive. This paper outlines an approach, based on external security monitors, for securing legacy protocols by deploying additional hosts that locally ...
  • A Security Architecture for Fault-Tolerant Systems 

    Reiter, Michael K. (Cornell University, 1993-07)
    While there is considerable experience with addressing the needs for security and fault-tolerance individually in distributed systems, much less is understood about how to simultaneously address these needs in a single, ...
  • A Security Architecture for Fault-Tolerant Systems 

    Reiter, Michael K.; Birman, Kenneth P.; Van Renesse, Robbert (Cornell University, 1993-06)
    Process groups are a common abstraction for fault-tolerant computing in distributed systems. We present a security architecture that extends the process group into a security abstraction. Integral parts of this architecture ...
  • SeDFAM: Semiconductor demand forecast accuracy model 

    Cakanyildirim, M.; Roundy, R. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 1999-02)
    SeDFAM: Semiconductor demand forecast accuracy model
  • Seed Research Circular 

    New York State Agricultural Experiment Station (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1968)
    The Seed Research Circular series contained information concerning seed viability and performance, predicting crop stands and also conditions affecting seed health.
  • Seedcorn Maggot Injury 

    Vea, E.; Webb, D.; Eckenrode, C. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1975-05)
    This report describes and illustrates varying levels of seedcorn maggot damage on eight susceptible crops. We hope that this will aid in the diagnosis of maggot injury.
  • Seedlessness in Grapes 

    Stout, Arlow (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1936-01)
  • Seeing Red: China’s Wine Market 

    Marquis, Christopher (2013)
  • Seeking Refuge from Evil: The Power and Portent of the Closing Chapters of the Qur’an 

    Toorawa, Shawkat (Edinburgh University Press, 2002)
    Chapters 113 and 114 of the Quran are frequently described as a pair. This article reviews the ways in which they are similar and proposew ways in which they are different.
  • Seeley, John George 

    Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 2007)
    Memorial Statement for Professor John George Seeley who died in 2007. The memorial statements contained herein were prepared by the Office of the Dean of the University Faculty of Cornell University to honor its faculty ...
  • Seery, Francis Joseph 

    Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 1947)
    Memorial Statement for Professor Francis Joseph Seery who died in 1947. The memorial statements contained herein were prepared by the Office of the Dean of the University Faculty of Cornell University to honor its faculty ...
  • Segmentation of Pulmonary Nodule Images Using Total Variation Minimization 

    Coleman, Thomas F.; Li, Yuying; Mariano, Adriano (Cornell University, 2003-01-22)
    Total variation minimization has edge preserving and enhancing properties which make it suitable for image segmentation. We present Image Simplification, a new formulation and algorithm for image segmentation. We illustrate ...
  • Segmentation of Pulmonary Nodule Images Using Total VariationMinimization 

    Coleman, Thomas F.; Li, Yuying; Mariano, Adrian (Cornell University, 1998-09)
    Total variation minimization has edge preserving and enhancing properties which make it suitable for image segmentation. We present Image Simplification, a new formulation and algo rithm for image segmentation. We ...
  • Seismic event location using the Eastern Turkey Seismic Network: Analysis of the Agri Dam explosion 

    Gurbuz, C.; Turkelli, N.; Bekler, T.; Gok, R.; Sandvol, E.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M. (Seismological Society of America, 2004)
    A 12 ton controlled source explosion took place in eastern Turkey on June 5, 2001 and was recorded by 18 stations of the Eastern Turkey Seismic Experiment (ETSE) PASSCAL broadband network. This is a unique recording obtained ...
  • Seismic fabric and 3-D upper crustal structure of the southwestern intracontinental Palmyride fold belt, Syria 

    Chaimov, T.; Barazangi, M.; Al-Saad, D.; Sawaf, T.; Khaddour, M. (American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), 1993)
    The Palmyride fold belt, a 400 X 100 km transpressive belt in central Syria that is the northeastern arm of the Syrian Arc, which includes the Negev fold belt in the Sinai, is the result of Late Mesozoic and Cenozoic ...