Online Identification Scheme : The Studies
Online Identification Scheme is the primary focus of these studies.
Fingerprinting and signature generation: A Practical Guide
A paper about the security of identification schemes is given. One possibility for an identification scheme is to use a fingerprint. A fingerprint is a piece ofdata that can be elecrtically linked to a person. One may be negligent if he leaves his finger unattended and the finger print falls onto something soft, like some paper or plastic. However, if someone tries to use the finger print again (to identity somebody else), they will likely have to get the original print out of the frame and figure out how to convert it into an electronic signature or digital signature. A problem with fingerprints is that they are easy to forge. Someone could sign their name with some Tarot cards, for example, or middle initials without even knowing what those letters are. If someone wants to sign their name with a fingerprint, they would first have to find an authorized print store that stocks prints from that person's life- history. This means finding somebody who has had their fingerprints scanned and whose life story has been recorded by an authority such as state police or justice department records? The answer is no--most prints don't make it into these records because they are either Too old or too unique (like a single individual's fight wear). Therefore, signing someone's name with a.
The Power of Identification Schemes
An article about the power of identification schemes has shown that some identification schemes are quite powerful when it comes to cryptography. First, we prove an equivalence between non-interactive trapdoor commitment schemes and a natural class of -schemes. Next, we propose a more powerful identification scheme, dubbed "adoptionsafer".
The Security Threat posed by Practical Identification Schemes
An evaluation about practical identification schemes has shown that many of these schemes can be quite insecure. Most of these schemes rely on secret pre-paid cards or similar technologies which are themselves vulnerable to Attack. Because practical identification schemes involve so many people, it is essential that any security system must be considered both Tanzya and policy-makingfriendly in order to be both realistic and effective.
Interactive Identification Scheme A Practical Solution
A research about the security of an interactive identification scheme was conducted. The scheme is the obvious extension of the original square root scheme of Goldwasser, Micali, and Rackoff to 2 mth roots. This is quite practical, especially in terms of storage and .
Proof of Security of a New Identification Scheme
A journal about the security of a new identification scheme is presented.In this study, a new identification scheme is proposed based on the Gap Diffie-Hellman problem. However, the security of this scheme has been not proven. In this paper, we first point out the reason why the security of the proposal is not secure. Furthermore, we present an attack against this scheme that demonstrate its vulnerability.
Comparison of Fingerprint Recognition Standards
A study about a new batch of identification methods for differential fingerprint recognition has been published. The study used custom-made identification algorithms to compare the results of a different batch of finger recognition scanners against the standards set by the FBI. The study found that the new batches provided a more accurate result than any of the older scanners.
A Discrete Logarithmic Identity-Based Identification Scheme
A review about an identity-based identification scheme based on discrete logarithms modulo a composite number has been presented in this paper. Given input denominations such as 1, 2, 3, ..., n, an identity-based identification scheme that relies on a discrete logarithm is designed and evaluated. Results indicate that the scheme can generate correctPINs with excellent performance.
Trying to know the traffic before it happens: How online identification can help
A study about online traffic identification has found that a common manner of Identifying thunder traffic is by studying the way its members interact. A study about online traffic identification has found that a common manner of identifying thunder traffic is by studying the way its members interact.
The Indirect Formulation of an Online Identification Technique for Continuous Time-Delays
A study about an online identification technique for continuous time-delay systems has been conducted. The study was based on output-error modeling of unknown continuous time-delay models, indirectly from discrete time-delay models. The developed indirect formulation is employed to get a better idea about the presence of errors in the continuous model. Additionally, it is found that there are certain errors which are more likely to occur in the continuous model when compared to the discrete one. Consequently, this study provided a better understanding about how to identify and measure errors in An indirect approach for online identification of Continuous Time-Delays Jul 01, 2021 · Abstract. A well-known online identification technique using recursive determination is described herein. The approach is based on output error modeling of an unknown continuous time-delay model and indirectly from a subset of known discrete time delay models. It has been found that the proposed technique can give a more accurate indication of the presence of errors in the Continuous Time Delay model than any other known methods. Additionally, it has shown that it can improve detection accuracy when applied to different types of temporal Online Identification Technique using Recursive determination Jul 01, 2021 · Abstract.: A wellknown online identification technique using recursive determination is described herein. The approach is based.
The Security of Blockchain-Based Lightweight Identity Authentication Scheme
A study about the security of a blockchain-based lightweight identity authentication scheme was conducted in order to improve SSCS's security. The study found that the lack of an effective security and easily accessed by attackers are major threats to the stable and reliable operation of the power system. To address these security concerns, a blockchain-based lightweight identity authentication scheme needs to be developed.