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    • Zero-Knowledge On The Internet 

      Tseng, Wei-lung (2011-08-31)
      Zero-knowledge protocols allow one party to prove the validity of a mathematical statement to another party, without revealing any additional information. The use of zero-knowledge in internet applications has boomed ...
    • Zinc And Cadmium Tolerance In Salix: A Search For The Role Of Polyphenols 

      Rochon, Emily (2009-08-19)
      The enhanced metal accumulation and tolerance properties found in the Salix species have generated interest in using these plants in phytoremediation applications. However, little is known about the mechanisms behind these ...
    • ZINC-BASED PHOTORESIST FOR HIGH-RESOLUTION EUV (EXTREME ULTRAVIOLET) LITHOGRAPHY 

      Yang, Kou (2019-08-30)
      The electronics industry is pursuing smaller feature sizes based on Moore’s law, thus a smaller wavelength light source is needed in order to achieve higher resolution. In recent years, next-generation lithography (NGL) ...
    • Zombies Reading Segmented Graphene Articles On The Arxiv 

      Alemi, Alexander (2015-08-17)
      I present results obtained in four very distinct areas. In Chapter 1, I investigate vector based embedding models for text as applied to a corpus of scientific articles from the ar[chi]iv . I report on the utility of the ...
    • ZOOARCHAEOLOGY AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS AT TEPE FARUKHABAD: NEW LIFE FOR LEGACY DATA 

      Burnette, Polly Anna (2019-08-30)
      This thesis investigates how a small village on the Deh Luran Plain of Khuzistan, Iran fits within the Uruk world during the Late Chalcolithic in Mesopotamia (3700–3300 BCE). When Tepe Farukhabad was excavated in 1968, a ...
    • γ-Aminobutyric Acid (Gaba) In Fresh-Cut Fruits And Vegetables 

      Zhang, Yiyi (2016-05-29)
      [gamma]-Aminobutyric acid (GABA) is an ubiquitous four carbon non-protein amino acid, that was first identified in potato tuber tissue in 1949. Subsequently, it has received further attention in microorganism, plant and ...