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Resolucion pregunta 2 del parcial de osman
Resolucion pregunta 2 del parcial de osman
trabajo realizado para la cátedra de señales y sistemas
Josue Maldonado
LECTURE 08
LECTURE 08
linear algebra using matrix
shubham
The summation of all prime numbers
The summation of all prime numbers
A proof is given that the summation of all prime numbers can be assigned the value of 13/12, as well as values that can be assigned to the summation of all multiples and all odd multiples.
Fernando Franco Félix
CS 155 HW 9
CS 155 HW 9
CS 155 HW 9
Gabe
Gilbert and Porter Chapter 2.3: Rewrite of the proof of the Dual State Lemma
Gilbert and Porter Chapter 2.3: Rewrite of the proof of the Dual State Lemma
The proof of the Dual State Lemma in Chapter 2.3 of Gilbert and Porter's Knots and Surfaces has some problems with the exposition and a critical typo. This document reworks the proof to make it more correct and comprehensible. (This material starts on page 33.)
Sean Raleigh
Convolution Image-based Watermarking for 2D Greyscale Image
Convolution Image-based Watermarking for 2D Greyscale Image
Watermarking technique for the image is an efficient method for protecting copyright image, and also a huge topic in cryptography. In this paper, two spread spectrum watermarking scheme, the Convolution Image-based Model (CIM) and the Exponential Convolution Image-based Model (ECIM) are going to be formulated and discussed. The watermarking experiment result will be shown and discussed, focusing on the attack scheme, protectability, and the information encryption of the watermark. We will show that the convolution image-based model for invisible watermark is weak of protectability, but it is able to hide the information (the size of watermark must be less than the original image) and store inside the image.
Homer
The domain of a composite function
The domain of a composite function
A short look at how to compute the domain of a composite function.
Aidan Horn
Week 11 Tutorial Solutions
Week 11 Tutorial Solutions
174 tutorial
Palmira Pereira
Hecke groups, linear recurrences and Kepler limits (update 2)
Hecke groups, linear recurrences and Kepler limits (update 2)
Computations with the the objects mentioned in the title.
Barry Brent

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