We propose a simple and flexible authentication scheme applicable for use with both binary and nonbinary messages and we show that, among the set of all possible messages of assigned length, all possible signatures occur with equal probability: that is, equally often. Additionally, our scheme allows calculation of the digits of the signature to be carried out in parallel.
Here a maximum likelihood estimation technique is derived for a linear regression model with geometrically distributed lag in an unobservable variable. Then the model and the estimation technique are applied in estimating the empirical lag relationship between inflation in consumer price index and inflation in producer price index.
Solutions to the initial-boundary value problem for the nonlinear Kirchhoff equation are considered. Conditions on the initial data and nonlinear term are given Cheap Babyliss Hair Curlers so that the solutions to the problem under consideration do not exist for all t > 0. An estimate of the Cheap Babyliss Curl Secret
t-interval of existence of the solutions is obtained.
Z. Balogh has shown that all normal, locally compact, screenable spaces are paracompact; it is known that the countably paracompact analogue of this theorem holds assuming V = L; in this paper we show that it also holds assuming Axiom R + MAω1, both of which follow from Babyliss Curling Wand Martin's Maximum or PFA+(1), strengthenings of the Proper Forcing Axiom.